Kevin Long

 
 


 

Klong@harpercollege.edu

847-925-6944

Office: L247


KEVIN LONG has worked professionally in various equity and summer stock theaters in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Indiana and Illinois and is currently the director of theatre and assistant professor of theatre and speech at Harper College.  Kevin has over 20 experience teaching acting and theatre classes and has directed over 50 productions, including As You Like It, Enchanted April, Evita, “MASTER HAROLD”…and the boys, The Diary of Anne Frank, Sunday in the Park with George, A Little Night Music, Born Yesterday, Bus Stop, 1776, Over the Tavern, Ragtime, Lost in Yonkers, and Les Miserables for various professional and community theatres as well as universities, colleges, and high schools.  Described as “An actor’s director,” Kevin has the proven ability to guide artists and students in the creation of fully-realized, authentic characters through a series of developmental steps evolving from the Stanislavsky method. Additionally, Kevin frequently presents the workshop “Shakespeare Whispers in Your Ear” which explores the language and theatre of Shakespeare through the use of the First Folio. Most notably, Kevin presented the workshop at Chicago Shakespeare Theatre’s Teacher Workshop for their production of The Comedy of Errors.  At Harper College this year, Kevin is directing the musical Parade.