Vincent Tycer

Assistant Professor in Residence - Acting, Associate Artistic Director of CRT

Vince Tycer is an Assistant Professor in Residence within the UConn Drama Department for the Performance/Acting Area. He previously served as the Director of Two Year Studies at Drama Studio London and as a Visiting Lecturer at Westfield State University. He has earned an MFA in Directing from UC-Irvine, MBA from Cal State – Dominguez Hills, a BA in Dramatic Writing from Cal State – Los Angeles and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Acting from Drama Studio London.

He has worked in the UK, Europe and in the US. As a director he staged the first full production of Christopher Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus at the Rose Theatre Bankside since the time of Marlowe and Shakespeare. He has directed a number of Shakespeare’s plays including Titus Andronicus at the Camden Fringe Festival in London. Vince has performed internationally at London’s Leicester Square Theatre, Bournemouth Pavilion, Romanian National Theatre Festival and the Wroclaw Puppet Theatre in Poland. In the US, he has worked in theatre and film. Recent acting roles include Berowne in Love’s Labour’s Lost for Saratoga Shakespeare Company and David Burke in the upcoming feature film Chappaquidick.

Vince is a proud member of Actors Equity.

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