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Performance Production


Core Faculty

Adjunct Faculty

Peter Dylan O’Connor

Scene Shop Supervisor & Adjunct Instructor

Fundamentals of Technical Production, Production for Actors

Peter is an actor, builder, scenic designer, fight choreographer, director, photographer and producer. As an actor, his favorite roles include Halliwell in O Lovely Glowworm, Joe Mitchell in Waiting for Lefty, Charlie Conlin in Stones in his Pockets, Caliban in the Tempest, Krogstad in A Doll’s House, Randy Rage in PileDriver!, Macduff in Macbeth, Billy Herndon in Abe Lincoln in Illinois, and Eric Bogosian’s one man show Sex, Drugs Rock-n-Roll. He has designed sets for such Theatre’s as Soap Fest, 14/48 the world’s quickest theatre festival, Theatre Anonymous, Capitol Hill Arts Center and Piece of Meat Theatre. His fight choreography credits include 14/48, Action Movie the Play, Piledriver!, Marisol, Edward the Second, Waiting For Lefty, God’s Country, Cloud Tectonics, The Bells, Othello, Taming of the Shrew, Pericles, As You Like It, Midsummer Night’s Dream, Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Night, Crime & Punishment and Streetcar Named Desire. As a photographer, he currently shoots fine art and having worked for Getty Images, traveled all over the world. Peter is the Technical Director and Production Manager and resident Technical Director for New Century Theatre Company. He is a Steering Committee member of 14/48 The World’s Quickest Theatre Festival and on the Executive Committee for Theatre Anonymous. In 1994-5 Peter was an Acting Company Member with the Novosibirsk State Children’s Theatre (Siberia, Russia) and has performed all over Europe. He graduated from Cornish College of the Arts with a degree in Acting/Directing and currently teaches in the Production Department there. In his off hours he builds houses in the Seattle area and looks for the next opportunity to travel.  He is the proud husband of fellow theatre practitioner, Betsy Schwartz.

Performance Production