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Rob Homer-Drummond

Anderson University
Theatre Department
Anderson, South Carolina
Robert Homer-Drummond is a Professor of Theatre at Anderson University in Anderson, South Carolina and has been an actor, director and theatre educator for more than twenty years. Recent directing projects include OTHELLO, HAMLET and Miller's Adaptation of Ibsen's AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE. He is known for his creative and energetic adaptations of classical work. He has served as the Chair of the Acting/Directing Committee for SETC and the Chair of the Ballew Scholarship Committee and is currently the Chair of the College/University Division. He is the Artistic Director of the AU Repertory Theatre which provides Anderson-area high-school students the opportunity to do classical theatre. Recent acting roles include Ulysses in Sharr White’s ANNAPURNA and Baptista in the Anderson Shakespeare in the Park production of THE TAMING OF THE SHREW. He has been married to his wife, Sharon, a marine mammal biologist, for twenty-five years and they have one daughter, Katharine, a wonderful young writer, who is a freshman at Oberlin College and has benefited greatly from her involvement with SCTA and SETC.

My Speakers Sessions

Wednesday, March 5


Friday, March 7