A CONVERSATION WITH: Steve Duprey, artist and theater director

Ed. note: Beginning today, “A Conversation With” will appear on the first Monday of each month. Check the March 3 issue of the Times for the next “Conversation.”

FLT: When did you know you wanted to go into theater?

DUPREY: In eighth grade I played Sancho Panza in a little version of “Don Quixote.” That’s when the bug bit. But I was also very sure of my vocation to the priesthood at that time. So, when it was time to go off to college, I went to Becket Hall seminary (a residence for college seminarians studying at St. John Fisher) and took some theater classes at Nazareth. Back in ’77-78 it was just starting to change from all-male at St. John Fisher and all-female at Nazareth, to coed at both. The theater classes

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