Marty CollinInstructor of mandolin, banjo and guitar
Marty Collin is the former English Department Chairman and Theatre Director at Saint James School, in Hagerstown, Maryland. He taught at Saint James for over 25 years (and before that at The Kildonan School, in Amenia, New York, and before that at the University of Maryland-College Park) and has directed over 120 plays. Inspired by his student writers, actors, and senior directors, he became a playwright, and now has eight published full length and one act plays that have been produced throughout the United States and Canada. He is currently teaching mandolin, banjo, and guitar at The Front Porch, a roots and folk music school, in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Published plays: Reindeer Games: A Christmas Panto for Young and Olde! (Leicester Bay Theatricals), I Love You When It's Raining, Roy G. Biv (Lazy Bee Scripts), Delia Dancer, Doughnut Girl (Heuer Publishing), The Mistake (Green Room Press), The Man in Seat 24 or (The Uninvited Guest) (Brooklyn Publishers), You Don’t Have to Feed A Cello (Heuer Publishing/Brooklyn Publishers), Nose as Long as a Telephone Wire (Brooklyn Publishers), Lakeside Lunch—A Restaurant Farce (Smith Scripts UK).