Professor, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Bio: Phil Hubbard is head of performance and MFA Acting in the Department of Theatre at UNLV (University of Nevada, Las Vegas). He teaches acting, speech, and dialects, and is a resident actor with the Nevada Conservatory Theatre (UNLV’s on campus professional company). He has appeared in the NCT productions of The Seagull (Dorn), Dracula (Seward), Annie (Warbucks), Company (Larry) A Man For All Seasons (Henry VIII), Hamlet (Claudius), Tartuffe (Orgon) and Inherit the Wind (Reverend Brown). In ten seasons at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, he has appeared in over 25 productions including Claudius in Hamlet, Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night, Capulet in Romeo & Juliet, John Dickinson in 1776, Hastings in Richard III, Glendower in Henry IV Part One, Corin in As You Like It, Gregory Wagner in Room Service and many others. His regional credits include appearances at Shakespeare Santa Cruz (2011), the Oregon Shakespeare Festival (1990-1993), PCPA Theatrefest and The Muni Opera of St Louis. He received his MFA in Acting at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. Hubbard is a member of Actor’s Equity Association and the Voice & Speech Trainers Association (VASTA).