Professor of Acting
Adjunct Faculty at Washington Adventist University Honors College,
Adjunct Lecturer at Theater, Speech and Dance, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA.
Assistant Professor at Theater and Dance, Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. M.F.A. Theatre - Acting
Greensboro College. B.A. Drama
Berkshire Theater Festival. Actor Apprentice. Trained in Suzuki method.
De Montfort University, Bedford United Kingdom. Higher National Diploma in Physical Theater
Spring 2018 - present - The College of William and Mary. Department of Theater, Speech and Dance. Teaching Beginning and Intermediate Acting.
Fall 2019 - Christopher Newport University, Department of Theater and Dance. Teaching Dramatic Impulse - An Introduction to Dramatic Styles and Beginning Acting.
Christopher Newport University, Assistant Professor. Department of Theater and Dance
THEA 210: Dramatic Impulse Fall 2019, Spring 2020
What distinguishes the drama from all other genres of imaginative writing? In its long evolution the drama has provided a stage for religious celebration, civic debate, social propaganda, moral persuasion and artistic storytelling in a rich range of styles. Through close reading of representative plays students will develop and practice skills in critical reading, thinking and writing.
THEA 232: Beginning Acting, Fall 2020, Spring 2021
The College of William and Mary, Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Theatre, Speech and Dance
THEA 201: Acting I. Spring 2018, Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Spring 2019, Summer 2019, Fall 2019, Spring 2020, Spring 2021
An introduction to the art and craft of acting. Development of vocal, physical, and improvisational skills through active exercises, play readings, and a rigorous approach to scene and character analysis for individuals and small groups.
THEA 302: Acting 2. Spring 2019. Spring 2022
Concentration on the development of performance skills and the use of the dramatic imagination through character studies and preparation of scenes and monologues from the modern theatre for classroom presentation.
Washington Adventist University, Adjunct Faculty, Honors College
Design and develop a new course to excite honors college students during their Spring semester of study. Reading, analysis, introducing acting techniques and direct actors to perform full length plays for end of semester performance
Teaching & Research Interests
Classical & Contemporary Acting: Specialized in Meisner and Adler, Voice : Linklater and Berry, Audition Techniques and Physical Theater : Contact Improvisation, Laban, Viewpoints and Michael Chekhov.