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Maryville College, Maryville, Tennessee – B.A. Elementary Education, 1980.

  • Member of the MC Concert Choir.
  • Performed in numerous productions with the MC Playhouse, including The Master Builder, Black Comedy, The Velveteen Rabbit, and The Wizard of Oz.
  • Charter member of the MC Playmakers, a repertory company. Performed adapted shows and revues from mainstages to street theatre, including Story Theatre and Once Upon a Mattress.


Crystal River Middle School, Crystal River, Florida – Drama Teacher, 1987 – 1994.

  • Created a middle school theatre curriculum based on creative dramatics and Theatresports.
  • Introduced lighting and stage design as well as stage makeup techniques.
  • Mainstage productions included The Hobbit, How to Eat Like a Child, Marmalade Gumdrops, This is a Test, and The Night of the Pterodactyl.


Marion Actors Theatre, Ocala, 1981-1983.

  • Performed in Grease, West Side Story, and Man of La Mancha.


Gulf Island Civic Theatre, 1983-1986.

  • Directed and performed with several productions, including Any Wednesday and You Can’t Take It With You.


Citrus Actors Theatre, Co-founder and President, 1986-1991.

  • Established CAT as a non-profit community theatre.
  • Produced, directed, tech-directed, and/or performed in many productions, including A Thurber Carnival, Blithe Spirit, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Come Blow Your Horn, The Odd Couple (Female Version), Vanities, Murder at the Howard Johnsons, and Grease.
  • Produced most shows as dinner theatre productions at Andre’s of Citrus Hills.


Art Center Theatre of Citrus County, 2010-2014.

  • Performed in Murder by Misadventure, The Psychic, Rumors, and Little Shop of Horrors.
  • Directed You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown and Murder at the Howard Johnsons.
  • Designed and operated lights for Sex, Please, We’re 60 and The Last Five Years.


Art Center of Citrus County-Youth Theatre, February 2012.

  • Provided improvisation instruction.
  • Directed the musical, How to Eat Like a Child.