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Patrick earned his MFA in Acting at the Hilberry Classical Repertory Company at Wayne State University in Detroit, and a BFA in Theatre Performance from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He further developed his craft through International actor training programs in Ireland at the J.M. Synge Summer School, and Trinity College, Dublin, through the University of Detroit Mercy's Classical Theatre Program in Greece, and at the world-renowned Moscow Art Theater. Patrick has been a working member of Actors' Equity Association for over two decades and has served on the Buffalo/Rochester Area Liaison Committee. His professional acting resume includes regional and international credits: New York, Connecticut, Alabama, Michigan, Canada, Ireland, and both comedy and tragedy in Greece. In fall 2020, assuming we can return to the theater, Patrick will perform in Desire Under the Elms at the Irish Classical Theatre Company, and direct I Hate Hamlet at Niagara County Community College where he directed The Diary of Anne Frank this past spring. At BSC, Patrick has directed 10 Minute Plays, the 2019 Senior Showcase, and a stage reading of OyamO's I Am a Man for which he was awarded an Equity and Campus Diversity Program Grant. A SUNY Buffalo State College Service-Learning Faculty Fellow and a member of the Approved Applied Learning Faculty Fellow Cohort, Patrick is a life-long learner committed to offering innovative, engaging curricula and creating experiential learning events with Community Partners. An E-RYT 500 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher) particularly interested in addressing the physical demands of acting, cultivating whole body performances, and exploring the performer/audient relationship, Moltane’s other Theater faculty appointments are/were at Niagara County Community College, Niagara University, D’Youville College, Oakland County Community College, and Wayne State University.
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