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Abigail/1702

Aurora Theatre

Runs through October 15

www.auroratheatre.com

 

 

 

Representation

Privilege Talent Southeast

404.430.1104

PrivilegeTalentAgency.com

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

Brown University, Department of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies
Instructor, Fall 2015
Taught Intro to Acting and Directing for Freshman students. 

Seattle Shakespeare
Contract Educator and “Short Shakes” Director, April 2010-March 2012
Taught workshops for elementary through high school students exploring the world of Shakespeare and his plays. Also directed fully staged, abridged productions of Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream for 9-17 year olds.

Woodland Park Zoo and Seattle Children’s Theatre
Instructor/ Jr. Instructor for Discoveries Day Camp, Summer 2010 and Summer 2011
Co-taught creative drama based curricula for 5-7 year olds that explored the bio-climatic zones represented by the Zoo, encouraging a respect and appreciation for the environment while empowering students to work together and use their imaginations to creatively solve problems.

The Rose Theater for Young People, Omaha
Contract Teacher and Post-Graduate Intern, Summer-December 2010
Developed lesson plans for and lead taught full day Intro to Technical Theater and half day Intro to Acting workshops for grades K-5 in the Omaha Public School System. Also, lead and assistant taught a variety of creative drama based summer classes for ages 4-18

Atlanta Shakespeare Company
Apprentice, Fall 2008- Spring 2009
Co-taught Intro to Shakespeare PlayShops at Metro Atlanta area high schools, as well as assisted with high school Romeo and Juliet residency

Missouri History Museum, St. Louis
Gallery Theater Intern, Fall 2007-Summer 2008
Mentored local at-risk high school students in the Teens Make History Program through the creation and performance of original plays about Missouri history

Breakthrough Collaborative, Atlanta
Teacher, Summer 2005
Developed a curriculum and lesson plans in Georgia History, Spanish, and Theater to prepare at-risk middle school students for success in up-coming academic school year

 

OTHER TEACHING:

Washington University Department of Romance Languages, St. Louis
Spanish 101/102 Subsection Leader, 2004-2008
Designed kinesthetic-based lesson plans to improve Spanish communication skills and vocabulary among a class of 10-12 university students

AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps, West Coast Region
Corps Member, 2003-2004
Worked on a team of eight to complete a variety of projects with non-profits including King-Chavez Academy of Excellence, Nature Conservancy, Habitat for Humanity, and Boys and Girls Club