Shane Quinn has worked at Yale School of Drama and Yale Repertory Theatre since 2011 and currently serves as Assistant Director of Audiences Services. A graduate of Providence College, Shane received his master’s degree in music performance and theatre education from NYU’s Steinhardt School of Performing Arts and Education. He previously served as an Audience Services Manager for the New Haven Symphony Orchestra and also serves as an Audience Services Supervisor for the International Festival of Arts & Ideas. Shane also has extensive experience teaching throughout the region, serving as an adjunct voice professor at NYU, a guest lecturer at Providence College, and a music theatre instructor for Courthouse Center for the Arts in Rhode Island. Shane’s performance credits include NY Players Theatre, Provincetown Playhouse, Sharon TriArts Playhouse, and Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, where he had the opportunity to work with renowned Tony and Academy Award winning composer Alan Menken and lyricist Tim Rice. Shane continues to sing and teaches privately at his home in Connecticut.