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Professor Taylor Porter feels very fortunate to be working in a field that allows her to bring her love for all the arts together through collectively creating meaning with colleagues and students. In both her teaching and directing, she introduces students to new ideas and new ways of seeing, inspired by watching them grow as thinkers, communicators, performers, and leaders. A singer, dancer, actor, and Shakespeare specialist, she is also studying women and violence on stage. Bio
Professor Steenerson enjoys working with his students in all aspects of technical theatre. From the classroom to the stage, Craig likes the process of collaborating, watching ideas develop and flourish. He fosters a good sense of community and participation, so students, at any skill level, can feel like they have contributed to their part of the process. He believes that students should learn while doing, work above their potential, and always remember to measure twice and cut once!
Professor Muchmore fell in love with theatre at a very young age and has crossed the United States learning just about every aspect of how it works. She loves the theatre's ability to reach into our souls and grab something real and honest, to connect us deeply with others and God, and to explore issues in ways that normal conversation and programs cannot. She encourages her students to listen, react honestly, and live in the moment on the stage. As a director, she believes in constant collaboration, questioning, the exploration of new ideas, and in capitalizing on the strengths of everyone involved in a production. Always say yes!Bio