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Mr. Carl Walling
Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts
UC Theatre Scenographer

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Professor Carl Walling holds an M.F.A. in Theatre at Kent State University in 2006 and a B.A in Theatre at Susquehanna University in 2003. He is currently completing his doctoral degree in Theatre at Bowling Green State University.

Professionally, he is a member of United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT) and the International Organization of Scenographers, Theatre Architects, and Technicians (OISTAT). He currently serves as USITT’s delegate to OISTAT’s History and Theory Commission and he is a member of both USITT’s Publications & International Activities committees.  As a practitioner-scholar, he has participated in international theatre activities in Wales, the Czech Republic, South Korea, Serbia, and Croatia.

He has collaborated as a designer on over 35 productions at various theatre venues including University of the Cumberlands (Our Town, My Fair Lady), Toledo Rep (Pass the Butler, Auntie Mame), Cleveland Public Theatre (Open Window Dance Company), the University of Toledo (Bat Boy: the Musical), Bowling Green State University (Our Town, I’ll See You When I Get Theatre), and Albany Park Playhouse (South Pacific).  He has also stage managed theatre, modern dance, and opera productions (including productions with BGSU Opera and the Open Window Dance Company).

 

Courses Taught

THTR 130: Introduction to Theatre
THTR 135: Theatrical Design
THTR 235: Stagecraft
THTR 237: Makeup for the Stage
THTR 331: Scene Design
THTR 332: Light & Sound Design
THTR 401: Post-World War II European Drama
THTR 410: Theatre Practicum
THTR 435: Problems in Technical Theatre – Stage Management

Exhibits

“Searching between Light & Shadow,” Gallery Exhibition – Bowling Green State University, Bowen-Thompson Student Union Art Gallery. (Bowling Green, 2010).
“Bat Boy: the Musical,” Digital Exhibition & Published in Exhibit Catalog – World Stage Design 2009  presented by the   International Organization of Scenographers, Theatre Architects, and Technicians (OISTAT) and the Korean Theatre Artist Association (Seoul, South Korea, 2009).
“Our Town,” Digital Exhibition & Published in Exhibit Catalog – World Stage Design 2009 presented by the  International Organization of Scenographers, Theatre Architects, and Technicians (OISTAT) and the Korean Theatre Artist Association (Seoul, South Korea, 2009).

Conference Presentations
“Student Leadership Roundtable,” Panel Presentation. Leadership Academy – Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, 2010).
“Stage Management: No Class, No Problem,” Paper Presentation.United States Institute of Theatre Technology: National Conference (Cincinnati, 2009).
 “PQ 2007: Revisiting National Days and the PQ Lectures,” Panel Presentation.United States Institute of Theatre Technology: National Conference (Houston, 2008).
“Are Iconic Sheep Worth Anything? A Cultural Materialist Examination of The Second Shepherd’s Play, Paper Presentation. Battlegrounds States Popular Culture Conference (Bowling Green, 2008).
“Towards a Cultural Proximics: A Reading of Ingmar Bergman’s Trollföltgen as Culturally Swedish,Paper Presentation. Battlegrounds States Popular Culture Conference (Bowling Green, 2007).
A Divergence in the New Stagecraft: the Theories of Robert Edmond Jones & Kenneth Macgowan,Paper Presentation. Kent State University: 21st Annual Graduate Student Senate Colloquium: Worlds Apart, Come Together (2006).