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Edmond “Ed” DeLatte, retired associate professor of theatre

Edmond “Ed” DeLatte, 84, associate professor of theatre in the Department of Dance and Drama, died Feb. 12.

DeLatte served as an associate professor of theatre in the Department of Dance and Drama from 1984 until his retirement in 1995.

He founded the Dallas Repertory Theatre in 1969. His professional credits include guest directorships at the Dallas Shakespeare Festival, Dallas Summer Musicals, Garland Civic Theatre and the Windmill Theatre. Throughout his career he directed 70 plays and musicals. He was a member of Actor’s Equity and the Screen Actors Guild for more than 40 years and appeared in dozens of films and commercials. While he was at UNT, he received the Service Learning Award, and the Ed DeLatte Musical Theatre Scholarship was established in his honor. He was named an Outstanding Theatre Artist by D Magazine and was presented the Dallas Theatre Legion’s Leon Rabin Standing Ovation Award for his contributions to the advancement of theatre in the Dallas area. He also taught at The Hockaday School and El Centro College.

He was a graduate of Texas Christian University and received a master’s degree in religious education and drama from Brite Divinity School and a Masters of Fine Arts in theater from Southern Methodist University.

Donations may be made in his honor to the UNT Department of Dance and Drama.

Posted on: Wed 04 March 2015

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