Theater Faculty - Carole Healey

Acting Shakespeare
Carole Healey

Director of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and instructor of “Acting Shakespeare”.

Carole Healey is a producer, director and actor and has worked at most of the major regional theatres in the country including The Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The Utah Shakespeare Festival, The Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Southwest Shakespeare, Great Lakes Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Theatreworks, CA, Kingshead Theatre, London, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, The Olney, The Cape Playhouse, Pittsburgh Public and many others. Ms. Healey produced an original translation of “The Misanthrope”, and the New York premiere of “The Libertine” with The Hartshorn Theatre, which she founded. Plays directed at FDU include: “Picnic”, “Pippin”, “What the Butler Saw”, and “Bad Habits”. Ms. Healey received her MFA from The Professional Theatre Training Program at The University of Delaware.