As a theatre educator and director, Charles Lynn Frost has played a significant role in his home state of Utah and across the country. His love of the performing arts began at a young age, when his mother took him to an amateur production of Carousel. Since then he has performed in or directed nearly two hundred plays and musicals, conducted scores of workshops, and provided leadership for many artistic and educational organizations.
Mr. Frost chaired the theatre arts departments of Mountain View High School in Orem, Utah and Payson High School in Payson, Utah. He served as Utah state Thespian director (1978-80) and EdTA president (1988-90) and donated his time and expertise to the Utah Arts Council, the Provo Theatre Company, and the Boy Scouts of America. His troupe produced The Servant of Two Masters on the main stage at the 1992 Thespian Festival.