Justin B. Hopkins
ADK Shakespeare:  2 Henry VI (Warwick, Southwell, Bevis, Wife, 1 Petitioner, 1 Neighbor, 1 Messenger);  3 Henry VI (Stage Manager)

Justin B. Hopkins’ favorite dramatic experiences include RAW, of course; two Lancastrian Malvolios (People’s Shakespeare Project and F&M); producing Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead and playing the former (Franklin and Marshall College); stage managing Of Thee I Sing (F&M) and Assistant Stage Managing The Jungle Book (Fulton Opera House); and playing John Wisehammer and Reverend Johnson in Our Country’s Good (which he also dramaturged), the Birdman in Judy Grey, and the Limping, Lisping Man in Fuddy Meers. Justin received F&M’s Franklin J. Schaffner Theatre Award and the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival’s Award for Criticism in Region 2. He appeared on Canadian national television as the Second Scared Witness in an episode of Creepy Canada.

Justin currently serves as Assistant Director of the Franklin and Marshall College Writing Center. He graduated from F&M with a double major in English and Theater, and he has since earned an MA in International Performance Research through the Universities of Warwick, England, and Helsinki, Finland, where he experimented with online curation and studied circus. Justin spent a year following and chronicling the Royal Shakespeare Company’s historic Complete Works Festival between Aprils 2006 and 2007, and has published several reviews in Shakespeare Bulletin.

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