Nan Withers-Wilson, Ph.D.
|Title:||Adjunct Professor of Theatre|
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison
M.A., St. Louis University
B.A., University of Iowa
Dr. Withers-Wilson teaches courses in Dramatic Literature, Voice and Diction, and Stage Dialects at Loyola University Chicago.
Dr. Withers-Wilson is a stage voice and dialect specialist whose credits include regional and Off-Broadway theatre, television, and film. Her Chicago credits include: The Beard of Avon, House and Garden, A Christmas Carol, and Joe Turner's Come and Gone (Goodman Theatre); Playland (Steppenwolf Theatre); and From the Mississippi Delta, Driving Miss Daisy, Valley Song, Someone to Watch Over Me, Smoke on the Mountain, andWoody Guthrie's American Song (Northlight Theatre).
Dr. Withers-Wilson, prior to commencing her teaching career, was a professional actress with the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut, the Buffalo Studio Arena Theatre in Buffalo, New York, and the Actors' Theatre of Louisville in Kentucky.
Dr. Withers-Wilson is the author of Vocal Direction for the Theatre, the first book to be written on how the theatre voice specialist functions as a collaborative artist within the production process.
- Vocal Direction for the Theatre
- Actors' Equity Association