Wilson Hutton
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Theatre Work

I have worked in the professional theatre off and on since receiving my first paycheck while still in high school. Following training at Carnegie-Mellon University, I worked as actor, playwright, designer and roadie with The Iron Clad Agreement, an alternative traveling repertory company I co-founded in Pittsburgh, PA. The Iron Clad concentrated on outreach, using minimalist techniques and performing for nontraditional audiences in nontraditional spaces. Our adaptation of the Thomas Bell novel Out of this Furnace played to packed houses in Pittsburgh-area union halls, as well as New York's Labor Theatre, and was revived in Pittsburgh in 2008. After touring extensively in the eastern United States and in Great Britain, the company relocated to New York, performing (among other projects) two plays in Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall.

In State College, I was the founding Arts and Entertainment Editor (1993-1996) and senior drama/film critic (1997-2002) for the Voices newsmonthly. Since 2000 I have worked locally in the State College Shakespeare Festival, LAF Traveling Repertory Company, The Next Stage, Pennsylvania Centre Stage, the Nittany Valley Shakespeare Festival, and as a guest artist with the Penn State School of Theatre.

Resume (Acting)

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