MARC JACOBS

Mr. Jacobs trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, and, after graduation, performed with several of this continent's leading regional theaters including the Guthrie Theatre of Minneapolis, the American Shakespeare Festival and the Stratford Festival of Canada where he received the Tyrone Guthrie Award. Returning to the American Shakespeare Festival for a second season, he directed the Journeyman program and directed that company's New Plays Series. For three seasons, Marc was a lead actor with San Franciscoí's Magic Theatre and the Berkeley Stage Company. In television he co-starred with Robert Loggia in the docudrama The People vs. Inez Garcia and spent two years in a recurring role on the soap opera Days of Our Lives. He has directed plays, musicals, concerts and operas for the Magic Theatre, New York City Opera, the Houston Opera Center, American Musical Theatre and Los Angeles Music Center Opera. On Broadway he assisted Director Hal Prince on the short-lived musical Roza. He has taught acting at the Magic Theatre, Cal State Long Beach, San Francisco State, Menlo College and AMTSJ. He is Associate Artistic Director of AMTSJ and has directed The Music Man, Kismet, La Cage aux Folles, Phantom, Singing in the Rain, Joseph and the Dream Coat, The Sound of Music, On the 20th Century, and The Most Happy Fella for that company.