Faculty Profile

Todd Wronski

Professor of Theatre (1987)

Contact Information

wronski@dickinson.edu

Montgomery House
717.245.1611
http://www.dickinson.edu/~wronski

Bio

An actor, director and playwright, Todd' s professional credits include work with the Guthrie Theater, the Dallas Theater Center, Pennsylvania Centre Stage, Florida's Annie Russell Theatre, New York's Cider Mill Playhouse and performances at the Edinburgh International Festival Fringe. Productions of his plays have included HOTEL INTOLERATO (Dickinson College), THE HAND (Trinity University), and IN MY CASE AN EXCEPTION SHOULD BE MADE, produced initially at the Randolph Studio, Edinburgh, Scotland, and subsequently at the Fresno (CA) Museum of Fine Arts. It was also recorded for broadcast on California Public Radio. As a director and producer, Todd's productions have been presented at many college, university and professional theatres domestically and also at the Randolph Studio (Edinburgh, Scotland), the Berliner Arbeiter Theatre (Berlin, Germany), the UEA Studio Theatre (Norwich, England), and the Teatro Bicchieraia (Arezzo, Italy.) Todd's most recent activities have included playing Mark Twain opposite British actor Tom Watson in " Dickens and Twain: Crossing the Pond" in England, Scotland and the US, and reviving his one man play based on the life and writings of William Saroyan (to mark the centenary of Saroyan's birth) which was performed in San Francisco, Fresno, New York City and Yerevan, Armenia.

Education

  • B.A., Gustavus-Adolphus College, 1978
  • M.F.A., Trinity University, 1981. Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1997

2017-2018 Academic Year

Fall 2017

THDA 201 Theatre History
This course will offer a globally integrated option, wherein students may complete the term project of the course employing on-site research in London to be conducted during a ten day intensive visit to that city, which will include visits to many theatres, museums and performances. Visit the CGSE website form more information.

THDA 203 Acting I
An introduction to the principles and theories of acting combined with practical exercises and scene performance. This course fulfills the Arts (Division I C) distribution requirement.