Mary Hannorah Job
Northwestern University School of Law
Michigan State University
American Ethnic Studies, B.A.
University of Vermont
Since "retiring" as a full time labor lawyer in 2000, Mary has taught and directed at Lansing Community College in the Studio Program, principally in the Shakespeare Studio (3rd Semester) as well as teaching Introduction to Acting, Play Directing and Theatre History. As a director, she has been involved in a number of critically acclaimed productions in the Lansing community. Her directing credits at LCC include Experiment with an Air Pump (2008), the award-winning Pride and Prejudice (Pulsar and Thespie awards, 2004), An Enemy of the People and The Visit, and several Shakespeare Studio shows. She has also directed All My Sons, Twelfth Night, Chaucer in Rome, Oxygen, Pruning the Family Tree, A Month in the Country and Translations at Michigan State University. Community theatre projects include James Joyce's The Dead, The Dining Room, Broadway Bound, Top Girls, Arcadia, and Let's Get a Divorce at Riverwalk Theatre and Uncommon Women, A Man for All Seasons, and Crossing Delancy Street for Spotlight Theatre. Mary has a JD from Northwestern University School of Law, and an M.A. in Directing from Michigan State University. She received a B.A. from the University of Vermont in American Ethnic Studies. In addition to her theatre work, Mary teaches Advocacy as a Performing Art for the Fieger Trial Practice Institute at MSU College of Law.
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