Facts of Molly Smith
|Full Name:||Molly Smith|
|Profession:||American theatre director, Artistic director|
|Education:||Catholic University, American University|
|Hair Color:||Dark Brown|
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Relationship Statistics of Molly Smith
|What is Molly Smith marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):||Single|
|Is Molly Smith having any relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is Molly Smith lesbian ?:||No|
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Currently, the relationship status of Molly Smith is single.
Who is Molly Smith?
Molly Smith is an American theatre director. She is also the artistic director of Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.
In 1979, she founded the Perseverance Theatre in Juneau, Alaska. She was formerly artistic director of the Perseverance Theatre and led until 1998.
She has been an Artistic Director and stage director for almost four decades.
Molly Smith’s Heritage
She belongs to the English- Scottish heritage.
Molly Smith’s Education, and University
Smith attended Catholic University in Washington D.C, United States.
In 1978, she received a master’s degree in theatre from the American University in Washington D.C, United States.
Molly Smith’s Professional life and career
In 1998, Smith became Artistic Director of Arena Stage.
She has directed at the Shaw Festival, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Trinity Repertory Company, Tarragon Theatre in Toronto, Canada and Centaur Theatre in Montreal, Canada.
The theatres included the shows South Pacific, Mack and Mabel, Anna Christie, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Music Man, and My Fair Lady.
Molly directed two feature films, Raven’s Blood and Making Contact.
The director of the movie is Molly Smith and the stars of the movie are Suzanne Drapeaux, Lynnda Ferguson, Akemi Kunibe. The movie was released in 1997.
The movie was adapted from the mystery novel, Death of an Alaskan Princess, and filmed in Juneau, Alaska.
The director of the movie is Molly Smith. The writers of the movie are David P. Schreiber, John Walcutt and the movie stars are Allan Arbus, JD Cullum, Robin Curtis.
The movie is about a bereaved and troubled daughter who would do anything to contact her passed mother.
Molly Smith’s achievements, and honors
Molly has achieved two credits for directing movies Raven’s Blood and Making Contact.
She has achieved more than 30 directing credits at Arena Stage including, Carousel, Oliver!, The Originalist, Fiddler on the Roof, Camp David, Mother Courage and Her Children, Oklahoma!, A Moon for the Misbegotten, My Fair Lady, The Great White Hope, The Music Man, Orpheus Descending, Legacy of Light, The Women of Brewster Place, Cabaret, South Pacific, Agamemnon and His Daughters, All My Sons and How I Learned to Drive.
Smith has also received Honorary Doctorates from Towson and American universities.
She has got brown hair with dark eyes.
She has 1.9k followers on twitter.