School of Theatre & Dance

Stephen Huff


Stephen K. Huff is a Visiting Instructor in the School of Theatre and Dance at the University of South Florida. He teaches Introduction to Theatre, Script Analysis, Theatre History, Shakespeare for the Theatre, and American Drama. Prior to USF, he taught at the University of Memphis and Rhodes College in Memphis, as well as Marymount Manhattan, Hunter, Queens, and Bronx Community Colleges in New York City. Stephen holds a Ph.D. in Theatre from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. His primary research interests include nineteenth- and early twentieth-century European and U.S. theatre, particularly with regard to the issues of class and race. He has published articles in Theatre Survey and Puppetry International and presented his research at conferences in the U.S. and the UK. Stephen is also an actor and director. Most recently he played Bruce Bechdel in a production of Fun Home at Playhouse on the Square in Memphis and was nominated for an Ostrander Award. He also appeared in the cast of Disaster! with mad Theatre of Tampa. Recent directing projects include the world premiere of The Temple of the Dog at Voices of the South and Copenhagen at Theatre Memphis. While based in New York, he toured with the National Shakespeare Company and then served as its Tour Director. Other administrative positions include work with Circle in the Square Theatre, Tennessee Shakespeare Company, and NativeAliens Theatre Collective, a company he co-founded in NYC.
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