Tom Chute is a noted broadcaster, actor, singer and director. Tom has directed hundreds of shows in Connecticut for the past 35 years, many of those at Seven Angels Theater and the Warner Theatre. He has also performed on stage here at the Warner, The Palace Theatre, Seven Angels as well as many other shows in regional theater, including Equity productions. At the Warner Tom has directed The Sound of Music, Grease, Smokey Joe’s Café, The Producers, I Left My Heart and Gypsy among others. He has also performed here in productions including 42nd Street, Grease and Anything Goes.
Tom has mastered nightclubs, television, live stage and radio broadcasting in his varied career. As an instructor he has also worked for many years at the former Briarwood College where he taught Radio Broadcasting and Intro to Theater, and most recently has enjoyed working with talented young people in the after school arts programs at Waterbury Public Schools.
Here at the WTCAE Tom thoroughly enjoys his classes in theater arts, character development, acting, movement and scene study – as well scene stealing - with his course offerings at the WTCAE.