James Vesce

Associate Professor in Theatre

  • BA, Loyola University
  • MTS, Harvard Divinity School
  • MGA, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

James Vesce, Assistant Professor, is a director, musical director, composer, and sound designer. He is the co-founder and Artistic Director of the Dimock Street Voices, a multicultural inner-city performing arts company in Boston. He has directed community-based, university, and professional theater, including works at Boston’s Strand Theatre, the Institute For Contemporary Art, and the Lyric Stage. His UNC Charlotte productions include Noises Off, Antigone, The Threepenny Opera, and The Comedy of Errors . His musical work has been performed by Notario Dance Company in New York, at Jacob’s Pillow, First Night Boston, New WORLD Theater, and the National Black Theatre Festival. James’ areas of interest and expertise include postmodern theater, the direction and creation of new and experimental work in theater and musical theater, and community-based performance. More information on James’s work can be found at www.jamesvesce.com.