Frank J. Murray

Frank J.


Professional Overview: 

Frank Murray

Theater Director

Frank Murray joined the Performing Arts Department in 1988. He has taught a wide range of theater courses, including theater history of all periods, theater theory and literature, acting, Perceiving the Arts, and theater/film courses during January Term. He is particularly interested in both the origins of theatre and 19th and 20th century drama. He has directed numerous college productions, including Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Trojan Women, She Stoops to Conquer, The Bacchae, Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet), The Actor's Nightmare, and Little Shop of Horrors. From 2002-04 he served as Chair of the Performing Arts Department, and since that time as Dean for Academic Development. On the side, he sings in the baritone section of "Cantare," one of the Bay Area's finest choirs.

School of Liberal Arts » Performing Arts: Music, Dance and Theatre
School of Liberal Arts » Performing Arts: Theatre
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Syufy Hall - 220

Phone: 925-631-4615

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