To be a student learning theater in San Diego County is to get many chances to see — and, if you’re lucky and talented, work with — highly reputed actors and directors who work on productions at the region’s top theaters.

A University of San Diego grad school program accepts a small handful of students for two years and immerses them in The Old Globe, putting them onstage all summer for the annual tradition, the summer Shakespeare festival. One of the students graduating this year is kelly.bennett@voiceofsandiego.org or 619.325.0531.

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    Written by Kelly Bennett

    Kelly Bennett is a freelance contributor to Voice of San Diego. You can reach her directly at kelly@vosd.org.

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