Jack Young's students are working on Broadway, national and international tours, Stratford (Canada and England), LORT theaters and in feature films and television. During his tenure as Artistic Director of The Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, the company raised $1 million for its first endowment. In his ten seasons as Artistic and Executive Director of The Warehouse Theatre, he produced over 125 plays and raised $1.8 million for the company's award-winning new home in Greenville, South Carolina 's Historic West End. Young has acted for theaters from Seattle to South Carolina, including roles in Talley's Folly, Crossing Delancey, Mother Courage, Harvey, King Lear and the title roles in Macbeth and Richard III. His over 100 directing credits include Hamlet, A Midsummer Night's Dream, A View From The Bridge, Arcadia, The Odyssey, The Cherry Orchard, Fool for Love, and The Servant of Two Masters. A Certified Teacher and Fight Director for the Society of American Fight Directors, he has choreographed violence for over 75 productions. His training includes a BA in Theatre from Virginia Tech, Apprenticeship at Actors Theatre of Louisville, an MFA from the Professional Actor Training Program at the University of Washington under Bob Hobbs, and additional training with Anne Bogart and the SITI Company.