Bryan Moore

Bryan Moore (MFA, University of Iowa) is a Professor and Director of Theatre at Concordia University, Nebraska. His 25 years of theatre experience include new play and production dramaturgy, applied theatre, directing, technical theatre, and acting. His dramaturgy includes In the Blood, Glass Menagerie, and new works with the Iowa Playwrights Workshop, Fringe Benefits Theatre, and U. of Iowa’s outreach group, Darwin Turner Action Theatre. Shows directed include The Diary of Anne Frank, Mary Poppins, Harvey, Phantom of the Opera, Rabbit Hole, Lost in Yonkers, The Winter’s Tale, and The Giver. Locally, Bryan develops outreach theatre with college students for area schools and organizations, and is a board member and director at Olde Glory Theatre in Seward. He actively works with the Association for Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE) and Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas (LMDA). His research interests include multicultural drama, social/cultural identity, and use of storytelling in drama.

Role with GPTC:  Dramaturg, Luncheon Panelist