Doug Lockwood

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General Info


Coordinator of Acting (Musical Theater)

Doug Lockwood joined the conservatory in 2004 and is an instructor of acting.

Lockwood is a founding member of the Actors' Shakespeare Project, where he has performed roles in productions of Richard III, Measure for Measure, King Lear (also at LaMama, New York City), The Winter's Tale, Othello, Henry V, Titus Andronicus, Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing, The Merchant of Venice, Antony & Cleopatra, and Richard II. Also for the company, he has directed Cymbeline and Middletown and will helm the upcoming production of Hamlet in fall of 2016.

Additional Boston acting credits include Twelfth Night, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, The Waverly Gallery, and Art (New Repertory Theatre); Pericles (American Repertory Theatre); The Cherry Orchard (Nora Theatre Company); Pippi Longstocking, Snow White, and Lily's Purple Plastic Purse (Wheelock Family Theatre); A Midsummer Night's Dream (Commonwealth Shakespeare Theatre); and Carnival (Gloucester Stage Company). Additional Boston directing credits include Chesapeake (New Repertory Theatre; Elliot Norton Award for Best Solo Performance); Auld Lang Syne (Gloucester Stage Company); Landscape of the Body, The Beckett Bash, Bent, Cloud 9, Two Gentlemen of Verona-The Musical, Thank You Miss Victoria, Machinal, After Hours, Twelfth Night, and Coolsville (Boston Conservatory).

New York acting credits include: The Fever by Wallace Shawn (directed by Ken Rus Schmoll); A Tale of Two Cities (directed by Will Pomerantz); The Hussy Chronicles (directed by Kenny Finkle).

Lockwood has performed twice at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and also at the Edmonton Fringe. Nationally, he has performed for two summers with Colorado Shakespeare Festival and one summer with Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre.

Lockwood is featured in the recently released short film The Chain, based on a short story by Tobias Wolff.