Dylan first found his love of teaching at the Pingree School, where he would help teach improvisation classes during his senior year.
Dylan is a member of the education staff of Theater in the Open, where he has taught acting, improv, and Shakespeare since 2015. He works with students aged 8 to 14, encouraging young people to find their voice, embrace creative problem solving, and develop teamwork through theatre. He teaches the Exploring Shakespeare workshop, engaging teens with the work of William Shakespeare.
Dylan is the Teaching Artist Fellow at the Huntington Theatre Company in Boston, Massachusetts. Dylan teaches theatre to 9th and 10th graders at the Codman Academy Public Charter School, as well as coaches students across Boston for the Poetry Out Loud contest and the August Wilson Monologue Competition. He is the co-author of the Curriculum Guides for Man in the Ring and Romeo and Juliet. For more information about Huntington Education, click here.
He joined the administrative staff at Theater in the Open in 2017, and continues to work as a PR and administrative assistant. As a member of the administration, Dylan organizes the annual Circus Smirkus fundraiser, coordinating between the travelling youth circus, Theater in the Open, and municipal offices in Newbury, MA. The 2017 and 2018 events were the most financially successful Circus Smirkus fundraisers in Theater in the Open history. In his role as PR assistant, Dylan runs all social media platforms and assists the Executive Director with development and fundraising.
Dylan served on the Production Management Committee for S.T.A.M.P. 2018, the theatre collective made up of seniors at the BU School of Theatre.