Evelyn Carol Case



Evelyn Carol Case




Location: CPAC 189
Phone: (657) 278 - 2029
Email: ecase@fullerton.edu

Please contact the Theatre & Dance Department Office  (657-278 -3628) for current office hours



THTR 141B, Voice/Movement for Stage I
THTR 312, Shakespeare in Performance
THTR 483, Advanced Acting Workshop


Evelyn Carol Case holds BFA and MFA degrees in acting and has performed extensively throughout the U.S.A. as a member of the Actors' Equity Association. She was a member of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival's resident company for eleven seasons where her tenure included seasons of rotating repertory as well as major American tours of Romeo And Juliet, Arms and The Man, and The Comedy Of Errors. Locally, Ms. Case has appeared in leading roles at the Laguna Playhouse, Shakespeare Orange County and Theatre on the Green and nationally she has appeared in such professional theatres as the American Stage Company, Pennsylvania Stage Company, and Arkansas Repertory Theatre. 

Ms. Case joined the CSUF faculty in 1993 and has been entrusted to teach the core acting curriculum over the past fourteen years. Ms. Case was recently certified as a Fitzmaurice Associate in Fitzmaurice Voicework and is certified in the Alba Emoting technique. Areas of interest for Ms. Case include training in the Alexander Technique and her association with Shakespeare & Company in Lenox, Massachusetts. She is the co-editor of the Shakespeare collection, Snippets From Shakespeare, published by WaterMark Press in 1990 and Shakespeare: A Lover's Tale, also commissioned by WaterMark. Ms. Case serves as the Western Region Editor for the Voice And Speech Trainers Association and is a member of the Shakespeare Theatre Association of America.

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