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Doug Lockwood

Acting Faculty

Doug Lockwood teaches acting at The Boston Conservatory. Directing credits at The Boston Conservatory include Coolsville, Twelfth NightAfter Hours, Independence, Machinal, Cloud 9, Bent, The Beckett Bash, Thank You, Miss Victoria, Two Gentlemen of Verona: The Musical and Landscape of the Body. Other directing credits include Chesapeake (New Rep. Elliot Norton Award for Best Solo Performance);Escape from Happiness (Brandeis Theatre Company) ; Cyrano (New Rep On Tour), For Dillon (Piano Factory), Sing Me to Sleep (Galapagos in Brooklyn) and Come and Go (Showroom Theatre: NYC).

Lockwood is a founding member of Actors Shakespeare Project (ASP) here in Boston, where acting credits include Richard III, Measure for Measure, King Lear (also at LaMama-NYC), The Winter’s Tale, Henry V, Titus Andronicus, The Merchant of Venice, Much Ado About Nothing, Othello, Twelfth Night  and Antony and Cleopatra. He has also directed Cymbeline and Middletown for ASP. He has performed at The Edinburgh Festival, The Colorado Shakespeare Festival, The Edmonton Fringe Festival and The Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre. Local acting credits include shows with American Repertory Theater, the New Repertory Theater, Wellesley Summer Theatre, Wheelock Family Theatre, Nora Theatre and Commonwealth Shakespeare Company. He has performed Wallace Shawn’s one person show, The Fever, more than 50 times in people’s homes. 

Lockwood is the lead actor in the short film, The Chain, based on a short story by Tobias Woolf. 

Lockwood received his M.F.A. in acting from the University of Washington, under the direction of Steve Pearson.

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