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John C. Doyle

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Background Information

Employment History

Tony Award-winning Director

The Color Purple


Iron Age Artistic Director

Phindie


Artistic Director

Center Theatre


Communications Department Director

Norristown Area School District


Affiliations

Mark Knopfler

Member of Band


The Iron Age Theatre Company

Artistic Director


Advocates

Board Member


Stratford Festival

Board Member


Orphanage

Member


The Alt

Founder


Education

architecture program

University of Idaho


AFTRS Honorary Degree


Bachelor's Degree

Education


Master's degree

Anglo-Irish Studies

University College , Dublin


graduate degrees


masters

Theatre

Villanova University


second Master's Degree

Marriage and Family Studies


Web References(173 Total References)


Chelsea Mayo in New York: An Amazing Experience | Big Thought | Dallas, TX

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Chelsea met John Doyle, the Tony Award-winning director of The Color Purple, which we all saw Saturday evening at the Bernard K. Jacobs Theatre on Broadway.
Doyle spoke to all of the finalists, chaperones and partner representatives about the theater, offering invaluable advice stemming from a career spanning over 40 years.


Melanie Votaw Gives Her Take on the 2016 Tony Award Nominations - Reel Life With Jane

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John Doyle, The Color Purple


musicaltheatrereview.com

Other British talents to take home gongs at the 61st Annual Drama Desk Awardsevent included The Color Purple's director John Doyle, who shared the award for Outstanding Director of a Musical with Fiddler On the Roof's Bartlett Sher; writer John Caird (Outstanding Book of a Musical for Daddy Long Legs); and designers Christopher Oram (Outstanding Set Design for a Play for Hughie) and Finn Ross (Outstanding Projection Design for American Psycho).
Cynthia Erivo, Drama Desk Awards, John Caird, John Doyle, The Color Purple


G-town Radio: The Sound from Germantown - Home

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The (Not So) Hidden Agenda, Saturday (4/8) from 4-5pm with guest, Artistic Director, John Doyle
Tune in on Saturday, 4/8, to meet John Doyle! John is the Artistic Director of Iron Age Theatre, a local theater company whose works focus on capturing the human condition and on social justice (learn a little more in advance of the show at www.ironagetheatre.org). If you love the live arts and embrace equality, then you won't want to miss Stephanie's discussion with John. Listen live at 4pm to hear all about John's work, and the story behind his art! Did you miss the show? Listen to it here: The (Not So) Hidden Agenda-April 8, 2017-with Iron Age Theater's Artistic Director, John Doyle


“This production gives me the chills�: Interview with John Doyle, director of VOICES OF A PEOPLE’S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES (Plays & Players) | phindie

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"This production gives me the chills": Interview with John Doyle, director of VOICES OF A PEOPLE'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES (Plays & Players)
It's now being presented in a new production at Plays and Players, directed by John Doyle, Iron Age artistic director. John Doyle: I am interested in the intersection of theater and history. Doyle: Our young audiences have study guides and have had staff from Plays and Players visit the schools. The event feels a lot like a big community meeting. People engage and are commissioned by the cast to take action and join the movement. Zinn's books are available for purchase at the productions from Wooden Shoe. John Doyle, director of VOICES OF A PEOPLE'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. John Doyle, director of VOICES OF A PEOPLE'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. Doyle: Our educational system is focused on American exceptionalism over honesty. Doyle: Part of the magic of this piece is that we focus on bringing those unknown or lesser known figures to the fore. Doyle: This has been an organic process. Doyle: The diversity of the cast is extraordinary. Doyle: Carly Bodnar has acted as my assistant director; her insights can be seen in the work on the stage. Doyle: The energy among the cast of this production illustrates the power of Zinn's vision in Philly. Doyle: It's unique in the succession of productions of Voices of a People's History all over the US. We have pushed the theatricality of the work. Features, Interviews, Theater - Tags: Anthony Arnove, Bob Weick, Carly Bodnar, Howard Zinn, John Doyle, People's History of the United States, Plays & Players, Plays and Players, Voices of a People's History of the United States - no comments


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