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Name:
Tony Doupe
Job Title:
Program Lead, Film and Theater Arts
Division:
Humanities

Summer office hours: 10:30-11:30

Classes taught: DRMA 144, DRMA 145, DRMA 146, DRMA 155, DRMA 156, DRMA 157, DRMA 207, DRMA 208, DRMA 209, DRMA 224, DRMA 235, DRMA 255, DRMA 298, DRMA 299, FILM 290, FILM 298, FILM 299

Employee Bio

Tony Doupé is a SAG-AFTRA actor with an MFA from California Institute of the Arts.  credits include supporting roles in the feature film’s, Wild, starring Reese Witherspoon, Laggies, Kira Knightly, Eden, starring Beau Bridgesin Ira Finkelstein’s Christmas with Elliott Gould and David DeLuise Tony co-starred as “Lynch” in the feature film The River Sorrow, with Ray Liota and Christian Slater, presented at the Cannes Film Festival. He has leading roles in the feature films, Frayed, Kononia and The Off Hours seen at the  Sundance Film Festival and Safety Not Guaranteed starring Kirsten Bell. He has been a guest star for the TV series Leverage Grimm and Z Nation.
Tony had supporting roles on numerous feature films including The Ring, starring Naomi Watts and Life or Something like It, starring Angelina Jolie. His television career is significant, with roles in Northern Exposure,  Unsolved Mysteries, and The Fugitive.

Education & Training

B.F.A., Western Washington University
M.F.A., California Institute of the Arts

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Name:
Duygu Erdogan Monson
Job Title:
Film and Theater Arts
Division:
Humanities

Summer office hours: Tuesday, Thursday 10:30- 12:15

Classes taught: CINEM 201, DENHY 251, DRMA 144, DRMA 207, DRMA 208, DRMA 209, DRMA 235, DRMA 255, DRMA& 101

Employee Bio

After graduating from one of the most prestigious conservatoire, Mimar Sinan, Duygu left Istanbul to work with the foremost theater practitioners in the world. For her first step, she worked with Compagnie de Théâtre de Danse Alternative Parisienne in Paris. After a two-year residency, she had the honor of working with Pina Bausch as an intern. She participated in workshops given by Eugenio Barba (2005) and Tadashi Suzuki (2006). After returning to Turkey, she worked as lead actor in Istanbul’s Municipal Theater and Turkey’s first feminist theater company, Theater Painted Bird. In 2007 she moved to New York City and acted in off-Broadway and Broadway productions for two years. She moved to Seattle in order to complete her PhD at the University of Washington. She currently works as a director and actor in Seattle and is a professor of film and theater at Shoreline Community College

Education & Training

B.A., Mimar Sinan University
M.F.A., Bahcesehir University
Ph.D., University of Washington

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