Kevin Gray (T’80)

Spring 2011 - Kevin Gray (T’80) currently serves on the faculty at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida (Alma Mater of Jeff Storer!), where he teaches contemporary acting (Meisner Technique, modern realism), acting for Musical Theater, and Comparative Literature (Western Dramatic Lit). He is also teaching performance in the Music Department this semester. Last year at Rollins, he directed Cabareton the Annie Russell Theatre main stage and this fall he directed Grease, also on the main stage. This spring he is directing the Humperdinck Opera Hansel and Gretel for the Music Department. He also teaches musical acting at the Bach Festival Summer Music Academy, which is based at Rollins as well. He performed the role of Che in Evita in Fort Worth in February, and continues to appear in the Symphony Concert Tour of The Three Phantoms In Concert. He released "My Time To Shine," a solo CD, and  a children's audio musical called "A Frog's Tale," which he co-wrote with his wife, Broadway actress and composer Dodie Pettit (Phantom, CATS).