Professor and Head of the Department
PhD Theatre History, Literature, & Criticism, Louisiana State University
MFA Acting, Carnegie Mellon University and the Moscow Art Theatre School
BA English, Wake Forest University
Andrew Kimbrough joined the theatre faculty of Oklahoma State University as professor and head of the department in the fall of 2013. He teaches courses in theatre history and dramatic literature, and he produces and directs for the main stage season. He began his show business career in Los Angeles, where for 10 years he worked in studio lighting for commercials, music videos and feature films. While in Los Angeles, he did some acting and joined the Screen Actors Guild; he also produced and directed two short films, To Each His Own and Gun Nuts, both of which won awards at regional film festivals. As a researcher, Kimbrough has written on the human voice, contemporary literary theory and dramatic literature. His articles and reviews appear in the leading theatre scholarly journals; his book, Dramatic Theories of Voice in the Twentieth Century, was published by Cambria Press in 2011. Directing credits for university theatre include Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew, Romeo & Juliet and Tempest, Ibsen's A Doll's House, Chekhov's Seagull, Charles Mee's Summertime and John Patrick Shanley's Doubt: A Parable. He directed Shakespeare’s As You Like It for OSU Theatre in 2014. In 2007, Kimbrough and his wife, Zhiguang Liu, were fortunate enough to join Louisiana's Swine Palace production of The Heidi Chronicles in Shanghai and Beijing as translators and dramaturges.
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