Glenn Gauer, Professor Emeritus, teaches scenic design, makeup, and theater appreciation. His experience includes scenic and lighting design, directing, technical direction, prop construction, scenic painting, and stage management. Regionally, Gauer has also worked with the Oregon Children's Theatre Company, The Musical Company of Portland, Oregon, Pamplin Theatre Company in Sherwood, Oregon, Portland Civic Theatre, and the University of Montana Department of Drama. In 2001, he received a Drammy Award for Set Design for his work on The Boxcar Children and Paint Your Wagon. He has published an original adaptation of Anton Chekov's The Three Sisters and several of his photos pertaining to the scene painting process and period furniture construction have been utilized in textbooks. He holds an MFA from Carnegie Mellon University.