Gresdna A. Doty Professor of Acting
George Judy is a member of Actors' Equity Association and the Screen Actors Guild. His credits as an actor, writer, director and educator include work with the Royal National Theatre Studio, London, The Asolo Theatre, Kentucky Shakespeare Festival, Pennsylvania Centre Stage, Illinois Shakespeare Festival and twelve seasons with the Tony award-winning Utah Shakespearean Festival where he performed such favorite roles as Bottom inA Midsummer Night’s Dream, Sir Toby Belch inTwelfth Nightand Polonius inHamlet. Most recent credits include Beverly Weston in Swine Palace'sAugust: Osage County, Lear in Swine Palace’sKing Learand Falstaff inMerry Wives of Windsor, Richelieu inThe Three Musketeersand Alonso inThe Tempestat the Illinois Shakespeare Festival under the direction of Deb Alley. His many regional credits include musical roles such as Pseudolus inA Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Joe inDamn Yankees, Frederik inA Little Night Musicand Mack the Knife inThree Penny Opera as well as a stint as a Singing Ringmaster with Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey.