Doug MacHugh

BA, New England College. MFA, Sarah Lawrence College. Peace Corps, El Salvador. Writer of PSAs, commercials, industrials, and documentaries. Script writer and talent director at Gates Productions for 80 hours of local and regional live television in Los Angeles; one of two conceptual designers for Mitsubishi’s Waterfront Project, creating 32 amusement park attractions; creative producer of Red Monsoon, a feature film shot in Nepal. Film acting credits include Clean and Sober, Alien Nation, Come See the Paradise, and Weird Science; television acting credits include Guiding Light, Law and Order, Cheers, Quantum Leap, LA Law, and Night Court; stage credits include Holy Ghost, End Game, Zoo Story, Fishing, and Wat Tyler; directing credits include Platypus Rex, Mafia on Prozac, The 17th of June, North of Providence, Only You, To Kill A Mockingbird, and The Weir. Co-director and co-producer of SLC Web Series, “Socially Active,” Web feature film Elusive, and television pilot “Providers.” Recipient of two [Los Angeles] Drama-Logue Critics’ Awards for acting. SLC, 2000–

Courses taught in Theatre

Courses from previous years

2013-2014
  • Close Up and Personal
2012-2013
  • Close Up and Personal
  • Actor’s Workshop
  • The Webisodics Project/Web Series Asylum
2011-2012
  • Close Up and Personal
  • Theatre Techniques: Actor’s Workshop
  • The Webisodics Project/Web Series Asylum

Courses taught in MFA Theatre Program

Courses from previous years

2013-2014
  • Close Up and Personal

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