BA, Vanderbilt University, 1978; BFA, Webster University, 1982; MFA, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. At Webster since 1993.
Gary Glasgow has been a faculty member in the Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University since 1993, where, in addition to other courses, he teaches the Second Year acting sequence.
As an actor, he has worked extensively in St. Louis and throughout the country. St. Louis venues include The Municipal Opera of St. Louis (Over 20 productions), the Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis, The Repertory Theater of St. Louis, Historyonics Theatre, Theatre Project Company, and the Westport Playhouse. Favorite local productions include Evita, Annie, Showboat, Singin' in the Rain, and Brigadoon at the Muny; Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, and The Tempest at the Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis; Galileo, Richard III, and The Threepenny Opera at The Repertory Theater of St. Louis; and Much Ado About Nothing at Theatre Project Company. Regional credits include work at the Starlight Theatre in Kansas City (Crazy for You, Guys and Dolls), Wisconsin Shakespeare Company (As You Like It, Measure for Measure), the Colorado Shakespeare Company (The Taming of the Shrew, Julius Caesar, All's Well That Ends Well). In Chicago, he has worked with The Apple Tree Theater (Cyrano de Bergerac, Seesaw), Chicago Shakespeare Repertory (King Lear), Lifeline Theatre (A Servant of Two Masters; Purloined Poe; The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe (Joseph Jefferson Citation); and Pegasus Players (The Devil's Disciple). He directs frequently for Webster Theatre Conservatory and has developed several new plays for the St. Louis One-Act Play Festival. Gary is a member of Actor's Equity and will complete his certification in Pilates this spring (April 2006).