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Eric Domuret

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Eric Domuret received his MFA in Theatre Directing at Middlesex University in London where he studied with Dame Janet Suzman, Royal Shakespeare Company director Leon Rubin, and the late National Theatre scholar John Russell Brown. He is a director and workshop leader both in the United States and abroad. Some original works include 'Pride and Prejudice', 'Lord of the World', 'Ismay's Inquiry' as well as a number of short one act plays. Eric was a speaker and workshop leader at the IUGTE conference in Carrara, Italy where he conducted his workshop on Greek Theatre Performance techniques. This culminated into a recent performance of Euripides' 'Ion' in Houston at The University of St. Thomas. Eric was an advisor and director for Femme Sol Theatre's one woman show 'Hildeguard: A Song of Surrender'. In London, Eric's adaptation of the, 'Ismay's Inquiry', was performed in conjunction with London's Royal Central School of Speech and Drama as well as a short adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s ‘Child’s Talk’. He was the fight director for four seasons with the Trinity Shakespeare Festival in Fort Worth, and served as a workshop leader for Texas Christian University. Eric is also an accomplished performer. Having begun his career in the Dallas/Fort Worth area in Fort Worth Shakespeare in the Park, Eric has been seen in numerous productions in DFW, Houston, New York, and multiple city US tours.

Eric is a professor of Theatre at The University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX. He has developed curriculum and helped to spearhead the BFA in Theatre Education Degree. He specializes in Directing and collaborating on new works with students. His TEDx Talk from the University on progress in theatre can be linked from his website. Eric is also an Entrepreneurial Artist collaborating with his wife and servicing the Houston area with independent projects, business start-ups, and workshops. More information about Eric can be seen on his website at www.domuret.com .

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