Conrad Schott

Visiting Assistant Professor of Drama

Conrad Schott graduated from Vassar in 2011 and won the Molly Thacher Kazan Memorial Prize for excellence in Drama. After Vassar he earned an MFA in Classical Acting from the Shakespeare Theatre Company Academy in DC. He also trained at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Theatre Institute and BADA Midsummer in Oxford, and later as an Acting Apprentice at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Conrad has originated roles in world premieres by Charles Mee, Anne Washburn, and A. Rey Pamatmat, and has appeared Off-Broadway at Soho Rep, BAM Harvey Theater, and Ma-Yi Theater company. Regional credits include Gloria by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins at Woolly Mammoth, and MacbethThe Glory of the WorldDraculaOur Town, and Remix 38 at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Conrad’s work on-camera includes Celine Song’s 2023 film Past Lives, produced by A24. Conrad has earned a Consent-Forward Artist certificate from Intimacy Directors and Coordinators, and he has active certifications in Unarmed and Knife combat from the Society of American Fight Directors. He is a proud member of Actors Equity Association and the National Alliance of Acting Teachers. He lives in Kingston, NY with his wife Nikki Turner, also Vassar class of ’11, and their rescue dog Winnie.

BA, Vassar College; MFA, George Washington University
At Vassar since 2020


Vogelstein Center for Drama and Film
Box 734

Departments and Programs


DRAM 102 Introduction to Theater Making
DRAM 200 Experimental Theater
DRAM 203 The Actor’s Craft: The Study of Acting
DRAM 205 The Actor’s Voice
DRAM 304 The Art of Acting: Shakespeare
DRAM 308 Auditioning and Acting for the Camera

In the Media


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