Type: Performance
Art Form: Theater
Grade Level: K-12

The MythMasters tell Tales From Greek Mythology with a theatrical mix of comedy and drama, diologue and mime, and masks and puppetry. Orginally the work of David Zucker and Richard McElvain, YAMA's famed Shakespeare Guyz who also like to prove how MathsAmazing!, the current MythMasters are actors Doran Hamm and Matt Tibbs

Outdoor performances available. 

Doran Hamm
Doran Hamm is an Actor, Theater Educator, and Clown from Brattleboro Vermont. Born and Raised in Southern Vermont he earned his BA in Theater and Arts Management from the Massachusetts College Of Liberla Arts (MCLA), in North Adams Massachusetts. While not touring with YA, Doran is busy on the Faculty of (NEYT) The New England Youth Theater. He also tours with the Vermont Suitcase Company, and spends his summers training at Celebration Barn in Paris, Maine. He has toured educational theater and clowned throughout the world from Italy to Russia.

Matt Tibbs
Matt is the Associate Education Director and Teaching Artist at Trinity Rep. A Tony Award-winning theater in Providence RI. He heads the Project Discovery Program and leads workshops and residencies at schools around the state of Rhode Island stressing the importance of theater in the classroom and beyond. Before his current endeavors, he could be found working in Austin bringing accessible performances to people in underserved communities. He was also an Americorps Volunteer, working to get young folks re-engaged in their education. 

Matt graduated from MCLA where he studied Acting and Arts Management, as well as generally being awesome (if not modest). He has been a part of numerous stage and film productions but also enjoys relaxing with a good muffin and a solid bout of improv; not necessarily in that order. Matt boasts an international background gained by growing up in several countries and is excited to be part of the MythMasters family.

Programs Offered

MythMasters tell Tales From Greek Mythology in a fun and information theater program