Theatre FaculyThom Miller received his B.A. (Theatre) and M.F.A. (Playwriting) from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. As a writer his first full-length play, Three, won the Christian H. Moe award. His plays Untitled/Love/Affair and The Audition had their world premier’s at the Pittsburgh New Works Festival. He has also participated in the Kennedy Center Playwright’s Intensive. As an actor he has portrayed many diverse roles, playing both Louis Ironson and Prior Walter in Angels in America: Millennium Approaches, along with Father Flynn in Doubt and Uncle Peck in How I Learned to Drive. Along with writing stage plays he has also written several screenplays.