Todd Quick is a theatre professor and professional actor. As an instructor, Quick teaches all levels of acting courses, with a special focus on Acting Shakespeare, Audition Technique, and Voice/Speech for the Actor. Additionally, Quick works as a text/verse coach on classical productions, a dialect coach, and a director. As an actor, Quick has been working professionally for over a decade. Professional credits include As You Like It, Henry V, and Richard II at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington D.C.; Cymbeline, Amadeus, and Romeo and Juliet at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, as well as four seasons with its touring companies. In addition, seasons/tours with The Red House (NY), CNY Shakespeare (NY), Pax Amicus Theatre (NJ), Theatre at Monmouth (ME), WAM Theatre (MA), Shakesperience Productions (CT), and others. Quick is a proud member of the Actor's Equity Association. Learn more at www.toddquick.com.
I challenge my students to remain process, rather than product, focused - and to embrace risk-taking and failure as crucial tools of artistic growth.
- Assistant Professor of Theatre at Monmouth College
- Member, Actor's Equity Association
- Member, Voice and Speech Trainer's Association
B.A., Theatre Performance - SUNY Geneseo
M.F.A., Acting - Purdue University