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Kris Kuss

Assistant Professor of Movement

Theatre - Performance


Kris Kuss teaches Acting and Dialects for Oklahoma City University's School of Theatre. Kris is a director, fight director, actor, and educator from Niceville, FL. He received his MFA in Directing from the University of Southern Mississippi and BAs in Theatre Performance and Philosophy from the University of Mobile. He is committed to supporting and developing the performing arts within our community, having worked with Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Painted Sky Opera, and 3rd Act Theatre Co. Kris has worked for regional theatres and universities around the country as an actor, director, fight director, intimacy choreographer, and dialect coach on productions including Romeo & Juliet, The Tempest, The 39 Steps, Blood Wedding, Newsies, The Tragedy of Carmen, She Kills Monsters, Les Misérables, and Young Frankenstein. Kris is a member of Dueling Arts International and the Society of American Fight Directors. He has also trained extensively with Theatrical Intimacy Education.

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