Lansing, Mich. - Lansing Community College is proud to welcome home Paul Molnar for a summer residency through a partnership with the LCC Foundation.
Molnar was an LCC student from 1991 to 1993 and returns for the summer production of Romeo and Juliet, June 22 -26. Currently a tenured faculty at Independence Community College (ICC) in Kansas, Molnar is returning to where it all started for him nearly 30 years ago.
Although he grew up in Michigan he has spent more than 20 years in New York City working as an actor, director, producer and more. He is a founding member and producing artistic director of South Brooklyn Shakespeare, a not for profit company devoted to bringing free Shakespeare and other classic works of literature to the residents of South Brooklyn.
He will serve as fight choreographer of LCC’s production of Romeo and Juliet and also play Capulet. Back at ICC, he serves as the associate professor of theatre.
Molnar, a staunch advocate of community colleges will be in residency for six weeks and is expected to participate in a number of public events, including his leading of two stage combat workshops on June 10 and June 11. To learn more and register visit LCC Performing Arts Events.
About Lansing Community College
Lansing Community College, founded in 1957, is one of the largest community colleges in Michigan, serving more than 23,000 students across a six-county area each year. LCC offers courses in general education for those interested in transferring to a four-year institution, career and workforce development, developmental education and personal enrichment. To meet the professional development and training needs of regional employees, the college offers customized programs for credit, non-credit and continuing education. The University Center at LCC offers students the opportunity to earn bachelor’s and master’s degrees from five partner universities on the downtown LCC campus. For more information, visit lcc.edu.
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