“A Public Fit – the name intrigues. Do we throw a hissy-fit for the public? Do we fit the public zeitgeist? Do we attempt to make the public fit, agree, or sympathize with us? I don’t know. But I like Jean Anouilh’s observation that ‘the object of art is to give life a shape.’ And that is what we hope to do. Presumably for the public.” – Ken Kucan
Ken Kucan spent a forty-one year career teaching high-school English and all that encompasses in order to shape life and lives. Having retired from that pursuit, Kucan continues shaping in another direction – having performed in community theater for at least as many years as he taught, Ken has worked with virtually every theatre company in the Las Vegas Valley. Although Ken received his BS in Secondary Education from the College of Stuebenville and a Masters in English Literature from Northern Arizona University, he credits most of his education to Mark Twain.