Founding Company Member
Actor, Director, Voice
More about Gary: Canada Voice Intensive Website
Gary Logan is the author of The Eloquent Shakespeare: A Pronouncing Dictionary for the Complete Dramatic Works, with Notes to Untie the Modern Tongue (University of Chicago Press) and a recipient of a 2006 Tyrone Guthrie Award. In 2007, he became the director of the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s MFA in Classical Acting Program, the Academy for Classical Acting at The George Washington University.
His voice, text and dialect coaching credits include dozens of productions for such places as the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Shakespeare Theatre Company, the Stratford Festival of Canada, the Kennedy Center, the Folger Theatre, Ford’s Theatre, Arena Stage, Studio Theatre, Signature Theatre, Woolly Mammoth, Everyman Theatre, Centerstage and the Chautauqua Theater Company. From 1995-2005, he was the Chair of Voice and Speech for the National Theatre Conservatory (NTC) at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and was the Denver Center Theatre Company’s coach for over 60 productions. As well as instructing for the NTC and ACA, he has taught courses for the University of Maryland, The George Washington University, the University of Colorado, Boulder, the University of Colorado, Denver and as a guest artist at Dartmouth College, the Washington National Opera, the Chautauqua Theater Conservatory, the United States Air Force Academy, California State University, the Kennedy Center, and the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow, Scotland. His directing credits include Hamlet, Machinal, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Bus Stop and more than 40 other productions.
He is a core faculty member of Canada’s National Voice Intensive, Vancouver, British Columbia, and was on the advisory board of the National Center for Voice and Speech (NCVS). He holds an MFA in Acting from the American Conservatory Theater (ACT), and an honorary MFA from the National Theatre Conservatory (NTC).