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Seibel, Neil David

TitleAssociate Professor/Director of Performance Studies
DepartmentCollege of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
OfficeCommunication & Theatre
Office HoursBy Appointment
Office LocationLiberal Arts 353


Neil David Seibel teaches the performance curriculum at Auburn University Montgomery. A proud member of Actors Equity Association, he spent six seasons as a company member at Theatre Aspen, appeared Off-Broadway in Jonathon Larson’s JP Morgan Saves the Nation, originated the role of Lewis for the TV musical Passages: Lewis and Clark, and enjoyed regional contracts with the Denver Center, Arvada Center, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, The Alley Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Theatre Under The Stars and most recently the Montgomery Ballet. He has directed and choreographed for numerous theatre companies across the US and served three years as the associate artistic director of the Brooklyn based ALAT-etc.  As a playwright, he has developed several solo and ensemble works that have been performed throughout the United States and Europe.

EducationMFA - Drama (2000) University of California, Irvine
BA - Theatre (1994) Northern Kentucky University