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Robert Brock,

Artistic Director

M.F.A. Acting - Wayne State University

B.A. Theatre - University of Kentucky

Robert Brock, Assistant Professor of Theatre at Lindsey Wilson College, was the Artistic Director of the highly acclaimed Kentucky Repertory Theatre for nine years. Mr. Brock joined Kentucky Repertory Theatre (formerly Horse Cave Theatre) in 1998 as an actor before becoming Horse Cave Theatre's Education Director.

In 1979, Robert received a Hilberry Fellowship for graduate study at Wayne State University in Detroit, where he subsequently received his MFA in Acting. He participated in the month long Intensive Training with Shakespeare & Company in Bennington, VT.

Robert was the director of the very successful Young Performers at Kentucky Rep. He has worked closely with the Kentucky Governor's School for the Arts, teaching audition workshops and helping with the selection process, and he has been on the drama faculty of the Virginia Governor's School of the Arts. He has also served as respondent for the American College Theatre Festival.

Robert's acting credits include stints with Actors Theatre of Louisville, the Folger Shakespeare Theatre, The Fulton Opera House and Off-Broadway with the Blue Light Theatre. He performed Love Letters with Annie Potts and directed Sally Struthers and Mike Gallagher in Love Letters. Mr. Brock has directed over 65 professional productions.

For Lindsey Wilson he has directed Antigone, Steel Magnolias, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Crucible, Godspell, The Tempest, Don't Dress For Dinner, Everyman, Romeo and Juliet, Oklahoma!, Pippin, Doubt: A Parable, Proof, Macbeth, and The Importance of Being Earnest among others.

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Jeremy Cloyd,

Associate Artistic Director

M.A. Theatre - Regent University

B.A. Theatre - Lindsey Wilson College

B.A. English - Lindsey WIlson College

Jeremy Cloyd is a theatre artist located in South Central Kentucky. In 2015, he graduated from Lindsey Wilson College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre and English. He is also a 2017 graduate of Regent University's School of Communication & the Arts with a Master of Arts in Theatre. He is currently the Assistant to the Director of Theatre where he helps to create opportunities for undergraduate students to be involved with and learn about the world of theatre as well as serves as an adjunct instructor for the Theatre program. Some of his favorite acting roles include Raleigh in Last Train to Nibroc with Flashback Theater Co., Tom Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie with TheatreFest!, and Proteus in The Two Gentlemen of Verona with TheatreFest!