• Barton FaulksMr. Faulks
    UIL One-Act Play Director
    Technical Theatre Director
    Phone: (817) 305-4700 Ext. 2075
    email: barton.faulks@gcisd.net

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        Education
     
    Theatre Major at Santa Monica College, California,
    A&M Commerce in Texas & UT at Austin Texas,
    Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Texas State University
     
    Texas Certificate in Theatre
    Texas Certificate in Speech
     
    24 hours toward a Masters in Broadcast Journalism
     
       Background:
     
    I have been working in Theatre, Radio, Television and Film since I was eleven years old. I have been working on stage in my home town of Austin,Texas I have landed several roles in commercial television and started a career that would span 44 years After joining the Screen Actors Guild in 1981 I continued to work throughout the state of Texas with roles on a PBS television series called "Carrascolendas". In 1985, I moved to Los Angeles where I worked on several film, commercial and print industry projects.
     
    In 1990 I ventured back to my home state of Texas to focus on a teaching career. After college I worked for Eanes ISD as the fine arts director at Westlake High School in Austin Texas, technical theatre director at Plano East Senior High School in Plano Texas and one of the Theatre Arts Directors at Robert E. Lee High School in Tyler Texas. Some of my local acting credits include Claudius in "Hamlet" at the Shakespeare Festival of Dallas in 2003, Mr. Klemper in "The Boys Next Door" at Runway Theatre in Grapevine Texas in 2004 and Ebineezer Scrooge in a Christmas Carol at Tyler Lee, Tyler Texas in 2005. I am pleased to competed at State UIL competition twice in my teaching career.
        

     
    State Competitors in UIL One Act Play 2015 with
    "Fire in the Hole" from The Kentucky Cycle
     
    Company Photo
     
    Miners  
     
    Mary Anne  
     
    Abe and Mary Anne  
     
    Joshua Tommy Abe  

Last Modified on August 21, 2015