Steven Marzolf is a professional actor and is the Head of Undergraduate Performance at the University of Arkansas. He has taught acting classes nationwide and Acting Shakespeare’s Folio, across the country with professional companies as well as numerous universities. He is a member of Actors’ Equity Association and has directed several productions academically and professionally. Selected acting credits include: The Old Globe Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Milwaukee Rep, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, TheatreSquared, Trike Theatre, Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre (where he is an artistic associate), Riverside Theatre, Notre Dame Summer Shakes and Steppenwolf Theatre Company (where he was a part of the original production of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize winning play August: Osage County). Directing credits include: Riverside Theatre in Iowa City, The Side Project in Chicago, The South Arkansas Symphony/TheatreSquared, The Stella Adler Institute in NYC, Opera Fayetteville, NWA Shakespeare Festival and Trike Theatre, The Classical Edge, University of Tulsa and University of Arkansas. He holds an MFA in acting from The Old Globe Theatre/University of San Diego Professional ActorTraining Program.