Shannon Musgrave is Associate Artistic Director at SLAC and has worn many hats here since 2008. She has appeared on SLAC's stage in STAG'S LEAP, SATURDAY'S VOYEUR '09-'11, GO DOG GO!, and HOW I BECAME A PIRATE. SLAC directing credits include MERCURY by Steve Yockey, readings of BURST by Rachel Bublitz, FORM OF A GIRL UNKNOWN by Charly Evon Simpson, LAURA AND THE SEA by Kate Tarker and BLEEDING HEARTS by Steve Yockey, and assistant director on STUPID ******* BIRD and several years of SATURDAY'S VOYEUR. Directing credits outside SLAC include GIDION'S KNOT (Pinnacle Acting Company), HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE (Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival), and a workshop of ON EVERY LINK A HEART DOES DANGLE; OR, OWED by Tim J. Lord (Kennedy Center). Shannon lived and worked in Washington D.C. from 2012 – 2014, during which time she worked in artistic development at Arena Stage, was a directing apprentice at the Kennedy Center, and was a company member with Flying V Theatre. She holds her B.A. in Musical Theatre from Weber State University and her M.A. in Arts Management from American University.