Assistant Professor of Technical Theatre and Design
Glen Anderson holds a BS degree in Technical Theatre and Design from Ball State University in Muncie, IN. He received his MFA degree from The University of Florida in Gainesville, Fl. He revived the Barbizon Award for design excellence from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in 2007 for his design of Samuel Becket’s WAITING FOR GODOT. His work has appeared in Light and Sound America, Dance Teacher Magazine, Muse Magazine and the cover of Southern Theatre. He has displayed his work in the World Stage Design exhibition in Toronto Canada and has been invited to display his work in the The Prague quadrennial design exhibition. He has trained in both American and European theatrical design philosophy, combining them both into his work. He has worked professionally as a Scenic Designer, Props Designer, Lighting Designer, Projection Designer, Technical Director, Charge Artist, Master Electrician, Scenic Carpenter. His work has appeared on Tour and on stages around the country with companies such as the Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre, Light Opera Oklahoma, The Theatre in The Park, Western Washington University, Missouri Western State University and The PK Yong Performing Arts program.
Glen M. Anderson
Assistant Professor , Technical theatre and Design
Theatre Dance and Media Studies
The University of Missouri Saint Louis
201 Arts Administration Building