. Kyle Schnack is a member of the Actor’s Equity Association, and has worked professionally as an actor, director and teacher. Some of his most recent performance credits include: Hamlet in Hamlet, Jim in Blue Roses (world premier musical adaptation of The Glass Menagerie), Oberon in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Westmorland in Henry V, First Officer/ Orsinous in Twelfth Night, Edward Rutledge in 1776, Jud in Oklahoma! (for which he won a Dallas/Ft. Worth Theater Critics Forum Award), and Berowne in Love's Labour's Lost. Before working at Palm Beach Atlantic, Schnack was the director of theatre at Christian Brothers High School in Memphis, TN, where 100% of his students received college scholarship offers for theatre. He led his department to win state titles and recognition in both musical and non-musical theatre, and served as a board member of the Tennessee Theatre Association; in 2016 he received the St. John Bosco Award for the ‘Total Christian Formation of Students.’ In his free time he also enjoys camping, and spending time with his wife and daughter.