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Leslie Reidel has directed for the Walnut Street Theatre, the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, New York's Young Playwright's Festival, and the Colorado, Utah, Ft. Worth, and Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festivals. He taught acting, text analysis, scene study, and directed in the actor training program at Temple University for ten years prior to participating in the establishment of the PTTP at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he served on the faculty for eleven years before the program was relocated to the University of Delaware.
Mr. Reidel has served as drama critic for the Philadelphia Review and Philadelphia After Dark and was the resident director for the Great American Children's Theatre for fourteen years. He is currently the co-artistic director of Philadelphia's Enchantment Theatre Company whose productions have been seen across the United States.
He directed the New York workshop of The Magician, a new play with music, and recently received his third grant (with Jay Halio) from the National Endowment for the Humanities which took him to Stratford, England for work on Shakespeare. Mr. Reidel is also a member of the International Shakespeare Conference. He is graduate of Muhlenberg College and received his M.F.A. from Temple University.
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