Doug King

Adjunct Professor of Jazz, Tap, and Musical Theatre

Doug King a graduate from Ball State University in theatre, has taught since the beginning of the dance department at Anderson over 20 years now. His specialties ate tap and jazz. An Indianapolis resident, he is also a local director, choreographer and equity actor.  On stage Doug has worked extensively in Chicago and Indpls. Locally he primarily works with Beef and Boards dinner theatre having been in over a hundred productions.  Some include: Will Parker- OKLAHOMA, The Scarecrow-WIZARD OF OZ, Frank Shultz- SHOW BOAT, Cosmo Brown-SINGIN IN THE RAIN, Joy-CINDERELLA.  Other productions include SOUTH PACIFIC’S, SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS, and 42ND STREET’S. Doug was on the first national tour of JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAM COAT, and has directed nearly a dozen productions of the show at various theatres and schools. 

Doug has danced in A Yuletide celebration with the Indianapolis symphony orchestraIndpls Ballet theatre and Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre.  Doug works with numerous high schools and universities with their choral and theatre departments.