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Oscar Quiroz

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Assistant Professor of Musical Theatre

Oscar Quiroz (he/him) is a Honduran actor, educator and director. He has a BA in Theatre from the University of Guadalajara and recently concluded his MFA in acting at Michigan State University. Before coming to the United States, Oscar taught voice, movement and acting at the National School of Dramatic Art of Honduras for 7 years. The last decade he collaborated as an actor with renowned Honduran theatre company, Teatro Memorias, acting in several productions as well as national tours through Honduras, and in El Salvador and Nicaragua. Professional credits include: " A Midsummer Night's Dream", "The One-Act Play that Goes Wrong", "Distracted", "Pippin" and also spanish spoken productions of "A Midsummer Night's Dream", "Trap for a Lonely Man", "The Good Person of Tsé Zuan'', "Lucky Peter´s Journey" "Dinner for Schmucks", "Te Juro Juana, Que Tengo Ganas" among many others. He recently directed the world premiere production of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz´s "Love is the Greater Labyrinth" at Michigan State University, which earned him the Varg Sullivan Distinguished Graduate Award. Oscar is a proud member of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers as well as the Voice and Speech Trainers Association.

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