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Charles St. Clair

Technical Director for the Division of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies

New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

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New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Background Information

Employment History

Video and Stage Director, Production Stage Manager, Lighting Designer and Technical Director and Production Manager

Tri-Luminary Inc


Affiliations

OHEC Ltd

Member


Arizona Jewish Theatre Company

Board Member


Arizona State University

Faculty Member


Equity's

Liaison Committee Members


Black Student Union

Faculty Advisor


Fairmount Theater of the Deaf

Co-Founder


Nova Southeastern University

Faculty Member


Web References(27 Total References)


iTheatre Collaborative | 2016-2017 Productions | Veronica's Room by Ira Levin

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A few of his favorite roles include the Baker in Into the Woods, Mozart in Amadeus, Charlie in The Foreigner, The Pirate King in Pirates of Penzance, Paul in A Chorus Line, and Tom in The Glass Menagerie.
Charles St. Clair (Director) s an interdisciplinary artist with over 400 major productions to his credit in theatre, lm and video. Some directing credits include: By the Way, Meet Vera Stark, Race, Indivisible, August in April, TopDog/UnderDog, Death and the Maiden, The 36th, Underneath the Lintel, Venus, Bee-Luther-Hatchee, The Piano Lesson, A Raisin in the Sun, Mozart's Opera The Marriage of Figaro, The Impresario, as well as The Three Penny Opera, Faust, Tosca, La Traviata, Carmen and the ve- time ariZoni award winning production of Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill. Mr. St. Clair was Resident Equity Stage Manager for Burt Reynolds' Theatre in Jupiter, FL, the Ruth Foreman Theatre in Miami, FL and the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival. Mr. St. Clair presently serves on the faculty of Arizona State University at the West campus where he teaches Acting and Directing and serves as the Technical Director for the Division of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences.


iTheatre Collaborative | 2016-2017 Productions | Permanent Collection by Thomas Gibbons

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A very special thank you for Charles St. Clair for this chance. #actsingdanceoutloud
Charles St. Clair (DIrector) s an interdisciplinary artist with over 400 major productions to his credit in theatre, lm and video. Some directing credits include: By the Way, Meet Vera Stark, Race, Indivisible, August in April, TopDog/UnderDog, Death and the Maiden, The 36th, Underneath the Lintel, Venus, Bee-Luther-Hatchee, The Piano Lesson, A Raisin in the Sun, Mozart's Opera The Marriage of Figaro, The Impresario, as well as The Three Penny Opera, Faust, Tosca, La Traviata, Carmen and the ve- time ariZoni award winning production of Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill. Mr. St. Clair was Resident Equity Stage Manager for Burt Reynolds' Theatre in Jupiter, FL, the Ruth Foreman Theatre in Miami, FL and the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival. Mr. St. Clair presently serves on the faculty of Arizona State University at the West campus where he teaches Acting and Directing and serves as the Technical Director for the Division of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences.


MLK Unity Day 2011

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This year's winner is Charles St. Clair, a faculty member at ASU West.
St. Clair is an Emmy Award-winning actor and director with more than 300 productions to his name, but most notable to the award committee is his re-enactment each year of Dr. King's "I Have a Dream" speech. St. Clair has been active in planning the event and served as the event chairperson since its inception in 1991. His commitment to diversity and inclusiveness also includes serving on the Campus Cultural Committee and Black History Month Committee at ASU West. He is also the faculty advisor for the Black Student Union, co-founder of the Fairmount Theater of the Deaf and a board member for the Arizona Jewish Theatre. He has been a faculty member at ASU West since 1990 and serves as the technical director for the Division of Humanities Arts and Cultural Studies. Kristen Krey, City of Glendale's Diversity Chairperson, presented the 2011 Promoting Inclusiveness Award to Charles St. Clair, an Emmy-award winning producer and performer. Charles St. Clair has been at ASU since 1990. He teaches acting, directing and technical production. He is also the faculty advisor for the Black Student Union, co-founder of the Fairmount Theater of the Deaf and a board member for the Arizona Jewish Theatre. Mr. St. Clair has also appeared a more than 300 stage, film and television productions. Mr. St. Clair is a faculty member of ASU's New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. He will deliver the "I Have a Dream" speech on Wednesday, January 20 at 11:00 a.m. The public is invited to attend this free event. Two-hundred middle school children are expected to gather at 10:45 a.m. at the Paley Gates to re-enact the 1963 March on Washington. St. Clair will deliver the "I Have a Dream" speech on the Fletcher Library Lawn at 11:00 a.m. Arizona State University New Campus is located at 4701 W, Thunderbird Road. Congratulations! 112- Charles St. Clair, Emmy-award winning producer and director. He is also on the faculty at Arizona State University. Photo by Ed Sharpe Glendale Daily Planet. 118-- Glendale City Manager Ed Beasley and Charles St. Clair. Mr. St. Clair is holding the 2011 Promoting Inclusiveness Award presented to him at Friday's Unity Luncheon. Photo by Ed Sharpe Glendale Daily Planet. Charles St. Clair. r. St. Clair holds his 2011 Promoting Inclusiveness Award. Photo by Ed Sharpe Glendale Daily Planet. ASU faculty member Charles St. Clair is the 2011 recipient of the Promoting Inclusiveness Award from the city of Glendale. Charles St. Clair A 20-year tradition at Arizona State University's West campus will continue Wednesday, Jan. 19, at 11 a.m. as Charles St. Clair reenacts Martin Luther King, Jr.'s most famous speech. St. Clair, a faculty member in ASU's New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences , is the newly announced recipient of the 2011 Promoting Inclusiveness Award from the city of Glendale. The annual award is designed to recognize those who "go beyond the scope of their jobs to promote inclusiveness in their actions, and exhibit qualities that are consistent with the ideals advocated by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr." He will receive recognition during the 2011 Unity Day Luncheon , Jan. 14 at the Glendale Civic Center. On the 19th, St. Clair will deliver the "I Have a Dream" speech as part of the West campus's annual March on West event. "It's an honor to share this unforgettable speech with a group of young people," said St. Clair, who arrived at ASU's West campus in 1990 and first presented King's famous speech in 1991. Charles St. Clair Delivers Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" Speech at the 2011 'March on West' Mr. St. Clair is a member of ASU's New Campus Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences. He has been at Arizona State University since 1990. Earlier this month he was awarded Glendale's 2011 Promoting Inclusiveness Award. He is associated with over 300 major productions to his credit. He is an Emmy Award-winning actor and director. Charles St. Clair has re-enacted the "I Have a Dream" speech for nearly twenty years as part of the University's annual "March on West" event. Charles St. Clair delivers Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech annually on the Fletcher lawn at ASU West. Students from across the Valley stand by the reflecting pool and listen to Charles St. Clair deliver Dr. King's inspiring "I Have a Dream" speech. 11:39 - "I Have a Dream" performed by Charles St. Clair


Arch-in-apr-2012

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ASU's Charles St. Clair delivered the "I Have a Dream" speech at the West campus on a sunny day in January of 2011.
A tradition at Arizona State University's West campus that dates back to 1991 will continue at 11 a.m., Jan. 18, as Charles St. Clair reenacts Martin Luther King Jr.'s most famous speech. St. Clair, a faculty member in ASU's New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, will deliver the "I Have a Dream" speech as part of the West campus's annual March on West event. "It's an honor to share this unforgettable speech with a group of young people," St. Clair said. They then will meet at the Paley Gates to reenact a civil rights march, ending at the Fletcher Library lawn in the center of campus, where St. Clair will deliver the "I Have a Dream" speech. St. Clair, an Emmy Award-winning actor and director, has served as an ASU faculty member since 1990. He is the 2011 recipient of the Promoting Inclusiveness Award from the city of Glendale, Ariz. Active in the entertainment industry locally and nationally as a director and lighting designer for stage productions including "Race," "A House with No Walls," "August in April," "The Colored Museum," and "Topdog/Underdog," St. Clair also has appeared in numerous films and television commercials. At the West campus, he teaches classes in acting, directing and technical production for the Division of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies in ASU's New College.


'Excellence in Diversity' Winners at West Campus are Announced - Diversity in Education

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Earning recognition in the 15th year of the program are Charles St. Clair (academic professional/faculty), Lucy Berchini (classified staff/service professional/administrator), Spencer Packer (student) and Teachers of the Future (group).
St. Clair is a regular on West campus cultural committees and activities. An Emmy Award-winning actor and director, he is a faculty member in the Division of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences. He is well known for his stirring rendition of Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1963 "I Have a Dream" speech, delivered each year on the steps of Fletcher Library during the campus celebration of MLK Day. On one nomination form, the author noted of St. Clair, Through his various activities, Charles has demonstrated a solid commitment to cultural diversity.Hi s continuous commitment is a tremendous asset to the university and the cultural programming activities provided for the campus and surrounding community. His involvement adds value to the university community and to the diverse communities we serve. "I have been so blessed in my life," said St. Clair.


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