Spring 2022

Section 5830 of THAR13.1AL
Performance Workshop Lab: Styles, Periods and Skills 1 -- : Jan 19 - May 20 2022
This section requires concurrent enrollment in THAR 13.1A and results in two, live evenings showcase performances on 5/20. If this section is closed and is requiring an add code, please contact Laura Downing-Lee (ldowning@santarosa.edu) to be placed on a wait list. All rehearsals and performances will be live, in-person in the Burbank Studio Theatre. All students who will be on the college campus spring 2022 must verify their vaccination status with the college.

Section 5831 of THAR13.1B
Performance Workshop: Styles, Periods and Skills 2 -- : Jan 19 - May 18 2022
This section requires concurrent enrollment in THAR 13.1BL. If this section is closed and is requiring an add code, please contact Laura Downing-Lee (ldowning@santarosa.edu) to be placed on a wait list.

Section 5841 of THAR13.1BL
Performance Workshop Lab: Styles, Periods and Skills 2 -- : Jan 19 - May 20 2022
This section requires concurrent enrollment in THAR 13.1B and results in two, live evenings showcase performances on 5/20. If this section is closed and is requiring an add code, please contact Laura Downing-Lee (ldowning@santarosa.edu) to be placed on a wait list. All rehearsals and performances will be live, in-person in the Burbank Studio Theatre. All students who will be on the college campus spring 2022 must verify their vaccination status with the college.

Section 6142 of THAR11.1
Performance: Non-Musical -- : Jan 19 - May 20 2022
Spring play THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME. Auditions will be held fall semester on 12/3/2021 (online) with callbacks in person on 12/4 and 12/5/2021. Additional auditions (if needed to fill empty roles) may be held in person 1/21 & 1/22/2022, with callbacks on 1/23/2022. For complete starting times and requirements: theatrearts.santarosa.edu. All rehearsals will be in person. Performances will be live with an audience. All students who will be on the college campus spring 2022 must verify their vaccination status with the college.

Section 6144 of THAR11.1
Performance: Non-Musical -- : Jan 19 - May 20 2022
Spring play THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME. Auditions will be held fall semester on 12/3/2021 (online) with callbacks in person on 12/4 and 12/5/2021. Additional auditions (if needed to fill empty roles) may be held in person 1/21 & 1/22/2022, with callbacks on 1/23/2022. For complete starting times and requirements: theatrearts.santarosa.edu. All rehearsals will be in person. Performances will be live with an audience. All students who will be on the college campus spring 2022 must verify their vaccination status with the college.

Section 6145 of THAR11.1
Performance: Non-Musical -- : Jan 19 - May 20 2022
Spring play THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME. Auditions will be held fall semester on 12/3/2021 (online) with callbacks in person on 12/4 and 12/5/2021. Additional auditions (if needed to fill empty roles) may be held in person 1/21 & 1/22/2022, with callbacks on 1/23/2022. For complete starting times and requirements: theatrearts.santarosa.edu. All rehearsals will be in person. Performances will be live with an audience. All students who will be on the college campus spring 2022 must verify their vaccination status with the college.

Section 6150 of THAR13.1A
Performance Workshop: Styles, Periods and Skills 1 -- : Jan 19 - May 18 2022
This section requires concurrent enrollment in THAR 13.1AL. If this section is closed and is requiring an add code, please contact Laura Downing-Lee (ldowning@santarosa.edu) to be placed on a wait list.

Section 6171 of THAR49
Independent Study in Theatre Arts -- : Jan 19 - May 20 2022
Information and applications for the Special Studies courses are available from Angela Hunter, ahunter@santarosa.edu.

Section 6172 of THAR49
Independent Study in Theatre Arts -- : Jan 19 - May 20 2022
Information and applications for the Special Studies courses are available from Angela Hunter, ahunter@santarosa.edu.

Section 6173 of THAR49
Independent Study in Theatre Arts -- : Jan 19 - May 20 2022
Information and applications for the Special Studies courses are available from Angela Hunter, ahunter@santarosa.edu.

Fall 2021

Section 2152 of THAR10A
Introduction to Acting -- : Aug 17 - Dec 09 2021
The above section will meet in person in Burbank room 129 Acting Lab. Students must adhere to COVID-19 prevention protocol at all times.

Section 2155 of THAR10B
Scene Study and Characterization -- : Aug 17 - Dec 09 2021
The above section will meet in person in Burbank room 129 Acting Lab. Students must adhere to COVID-19 prevention protocol at all times.

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B.A. in Mass Communication, University of California, Davis
M.A. in Theatre, San Francisco State (Focus in History/Literature and Acting)
M.F.A. in Directing, School of Drama, University of Washington

Over the years I__ve worked as a professional director, actor, playwright and dramaturge, and I've had the opportunity to work with respected theatres including Seattle Children's Theatre, Cleveland Playhouse, and Kansas City__s Coterie Theatre. Closer to home, I've performed with both 6th Street Playhouse and Sonoma County Rep. I'm also an SRT alumna, performing in the acting company in 1989 and 2000.

However, my primary focus has been teaching folks like you. I've been teaching and directing here at SRJC since 1999. Before coming to SRJC, I taught at University of Central Missouri for five years where I was the Performance Specialist for the Theatre Department.

I have about ten years of training in stage combat and can swing a mean broadsword when I want to! In fact, I'm an Associate Instructor for Dueling Arts International and sometimes choreograph fights for department productions. I direct one show a year for our department and am thrilled to direct the musical fantasy Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka this fall. Recent productions include Grease, The Miracle Worker, and Pride and Prejudice (which I directed after spending the fall teaching in London with the Study Abroad program...an incredible experience I highly recommend!)

On the personal front, I am a third-generation California native and consider South Lake Tahoe my hometown (Go Vikings)! While doing my undergraduate work at U.C. Davis, I was a yell leader and the announcer for the marching band (Go Ags!) I married to a man who LOVES basketball so I watch a lot myself. I love to sing and am rather fond of my two...um...unique cats. Lastly, I am a breast cancer survivor (over 11 years in the clear, yippee) and very grateful to be working in this beautiful place!