UNT faculty member Sally Vahle takes on leading role in "Medea"

Sally Vahle (Photo by Michael Hillen)Sally Vahle, associate professor of acting and voice, crossed an item off her bucket list -- the title role in Medea in a production by the Dallas Theatre Center in February and March.

Vahle, a member of DTC's Brierley Resident Acting Company, played the role in the same semester she is teaching Classical Styles, a UNT acting class that begins with the Greeks.

"I learn from my students every day and am constantly reminded of things that I need to remember in my own work," she says.

"Because I teach what I live, I am able to develop a curriculum that not only enhances traditional methods of teaching acting and voice, but also offers students practical current knowledge."


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