Bud Coleman, Ph.D. in Theatre History/Criticism, University of Texas-Austin; MFA in Theatre: Directing, University of Utah; BFA in Theatre Arts, Texas Christian University. Professor, Chair of the Department of Theatre & Dance. CU faculty member since 1993.
Previously Adjunct Faculty, Department of Theatre, St. Edward’s University, 1990-1992; Dancer/Choreographer/Co-Artistic Director with Kinesis Modern Dance Company, 1989-1993; Assistant Instructor, Department of Theatre & Dance, University of Texas-Austin, 1988-1993; Wardrobe Supervisor, Dresser and Buyer for 10 Broadway productions and tours, 1982-1988; Comprimario Dresser, New York City Opera, 1980-1981; Dancer, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, 1978-1979.
CU directing and choreographing credits include Rent, Seussical, 14 (KC/ACTF Regional Selection), 2015 New Opera Workshop, Pippin, Wonderful Town, Songs in the Key of…Caffeine, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Shakespeare’s Women, Six Degrees of Separation, Turkey!!!, Hair, Lysistrata, A Grand Night for Singing, and Dames at Sea.
Professional credits include directing/choreographic The Producers and Little Shop of Horrors for the Mount Baker Theatre, Bellingham, WA, writing and performing a one-man show An Evening’s Intercourse With Natasha Notgoudenuff, Bailiwick Theatre, Chicago, and directing and/or choreographing The Mikado, Angry Housewives, Chicago, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, and Into the Woods in Austin, TX.
- Anderson Language Technology Center (ALTEC)
- Art and Art History (formerly Fine Arts)
- Asian Languages and Civilizations
- Central and East European Studies (CEES)
- Colorado Shakespeare Festival
- CU Art Museum
- Cinema Studies and Moving Image Arts
- French and Italian
- Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures
- Jewish Studies
- Political Science
- Religious Studies
- Spanish and Portuguese
- Theatre and Dance
- Writing and Rhetoric, Program for