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Department of Theatre and Dance

 

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Laurie A. Abramson
Adjunct Instructor
Ballet
973-655-7000
abramsonl@mail.montclair.edu
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 Michael Allen

Michael Allen, MFA
Deputy Chair of Production
Assistant Professor
Stage/Production & Arts Management
973-655-4496
allenmi@mail.montclair.edu
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Michael Allen has earned professional credits in a variety of areas in theatre including Arts Education, Performance, Administration, Production/Stage & Arts Management, Production Design and Directing. Organization and committee affiliation include the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, Regional II (Chair for Design Technology and Management). Additional University service affiliations include, Student Conduct Council, Minority Student Retention Committee, Student Grade Grievance Committee, and Graduation Senior Speaker Selection Committee. Allen is the faculty advisor for SGA University Players, The Student Campus Ministries and Buddhist for Peace International. Michael also serves on a variety of committees within the Department of Theatre and Dance. Mr. Allen has directed two joint project, one with the Justice Studies Department, The Exonerated and African American Studies Department, Requiem for Brother X. Also as a director, Michael has worked on productions for Players including Twilight of the Gold’s, In the Blood, The World Goes Round, and Lysistrata (adapted by Karen Anslem). In the department, he has designed lights for the dance production Works A Foot; worked as the scenic designer for the production of Working and stage-managed Steel Magnolias and Trojan Women. He has also written and directed three children’s theatre plays for the Gifted and Talented Program, An African Tale, Cindy and the Battle of Aspru and Robin the Hood.


Jorge Arroyo
Clinical Specialist
Technical Theatre
973-655-3084
arroyoj@mail.montclair.edu

 

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Neil Baldwin

Neil Baldwin, Ph.D.
Director, The Creative Research Center
Professor
dramaturgy, danceaturgy, play script interpretation, graduate theatre criticism
and arts administration, Theta Alpha Phi
973-655-7340
baldwinn@mail.montclair.edu
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Neil Baldwin, PhD, critically-acclaimed author, editor, and cultural historian, has published many works of nonfiction and biography over the course of his long career in the arts. As Professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance, he has created two new courses representing his teaching passions: Introduction to Dramaturgy: The Questioning Spirit (for undergraduates); and How to Run a Nonprofit Arts Organization (for the graduate MA Program in Arts and Museum Management). He also focuses upon introductory classes in The Theatrical Medium and Play Script Interpretation. Dr. Baldwin invented a new writing and critical discipline, "Danceaturgy," in which he works in close collaboration with the Dance Division faculty and students exploring the arc of the repertory every year; and shares his broad historical expertise as "Talk Back" moderator for many performing arts productions. As a further teaching innovation, Dr. Baldwin engages in ongoing email correspondence with faculty and students in drama and dance over the course of the semesters' productions. He is founding Director of The Creative Research Center, and serves with great pleasure as Faculty Advisor to the Theatre and Dance Honor Society, Theta Alpha Phi.


Heather Ball
Adjunct Instructor/Scenic Charge
Scene Painting
973-655-7901
ballh@mail.montclair.edu
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Heather Benton
Acting Coordinator, BFA Acting Program
Professor
Acting
973-655-3085
bentonh@mail.montclair.edu
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Rachel Brown
Adjunct Instructor
Acting, Musical Theatre, and Dance
973-655-7000
brownrac@mail.montclair.edu
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Beatrice Capote
Adjunct Instructor
Ballet, World Dance
973-655-7000
capoteb@mail.montclair.edu
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Joao Carvalho
Adjunct Instructor
Modern Dance
973-655-7000
carvalhoj@mail.montclair.edu
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Jennifer Chin, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Modern Dance
973-655-7000
chinj@mail.montclair.edu
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Brian Cichocki, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Acting, Directing
973-655-7000
cichockib@mail.montclair.edu
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Ruth A. Clark
Adjunct Instructor
Laban Movement Analysis, Rhythmic Analysis, Movement for the Actor
973-655-7000
clarkr@mail.montclair.edu
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Sam Currie
Adjunct Instructor
Production, Stagecraft
973-655-7000
curries@mail.montclair.edu
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Peter Davis
Production Manager
Adjunct Instructor
Production Operations
973-655-4205
davispet@mail.montclair.edu
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Eric Diamond

Eric Diamond, MFA
Deputy Chairperson, Theatre
Professor
Theatre, Musical Theatre
973-655-3120
diamonde@mail.montclair.edu
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Eric Diamond is a Professor of Theatre and Chairman of the Department of Theatre and Dance, as well as coordinator of the Musical Theatre minor. He has written and directed two original musicals produced by the department, Speak Easy and A Day in the Life. Eric earned his BFA in Music Composition from Penn State University, and his MFA in Musical Theatre from Temple University. Before coming to Montclair State, Eric spent over eleven years working in professional theatre in New York City. Off-Broadway he musical directed and/or composed music for Playwright's Horizons, The American Globe Theatre, The Acting Company, and on Broadway for George Abbott's musical play Broadway which played at the Royale Theatre. He was a member of ASCAP’s Musical Theatre Composer’s Workshop has spent two seasons at both the Williamstown Theatre Festival as resident composer and musical director, and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in Scotland. He has musical directed departmental productions such as Pippin, Gypsy, Grease, Godspell, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, A Chorus Line and Fiddler on The Roof and has composed and arranged incidental and vocal music for productions such as A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Inherit The Wind, The Grapes of Wrath, and Nicholas Nickleby. Eric created the musical arrangements and orchestrations and played keyboards for The Best of Broadway, a College of the Arts musical production that traveled to the Ukraine and to Holland. He composed and arranged music for Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost at the University of the Arts’ Artsbank Theatre in Philadelphia.


Victoria Depew
Adjunct Instructor
Costume Crafts
973-655-7345
depewv@mail.montclair.edu
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Jessica Di Mauro
Adjunct Instructor
Modern Dance
973-655-7000
dimauroj@mail.montclair.edu
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Gregory Dlugos
Clinical Specialist
Musical Theatre 
973-655-3095
dlugosg@mail.montclair.edu
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Geoffrey Doig-Marx
Clinical Specialist
Musical Theatre, Dance
973-655-7000
doigmarxg@mail.montclair.edu
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Mary English, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Classics Department
Theatre History, Comedy, Tragedy
973-655-5135
englishm@mail.montclair.edu
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Judy Evans
Costume Supervisor
973-655-7345
evansjud@mail.montclair.edu
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Reginald Flowers
Adjunct Instructor
Acting
973-655-7000
flowersr@mail.montclair.edu
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Stephen Gardner
Adjunct Instructor
Drawing and Rendering
973-655-7000
gardners@mail.montclair.edu
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Karen Gayle
Adjunct Instructor
Modern Dance
973-655-7000
gaylek@mail.montclair.edu
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Lisa M. Grimes
Adjunct Instructor
Modern Dance
973-655-7000
grimesl@mail.montclair.edu
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Kenneth Goodwin
Adjunct Instructor
Sound Design
973-655-7000
goodwinke@mail.montclair.edu
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Lynne Grossman
Adjunct Instructor
Ballet
973-655-4011
grossmanl@mail.montclair.edu
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Mark S. Hardy, MFA
Associate Professor
973-655-4504
hardyma@mail.montclair.edu

MARK HARDY (B.F.A. in Acting, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, and M.F.A in Theatre Pedagogy, Virginia Commonwealth University) comes to Montclair State from Northern Kentucky University, where he taught Acting and Musical Theatre Performance. His direction of plays and musicals has garnered awards from the League of Cincinnati Theatres and the Cincinnati Acclaim Awards, including a recent production of the Alice Childress play Trouble In Mind. Other notable directing credits include successful productions of Carousel, Titanic, The Taming of the Shrew, and The Women. Ongoing international teaching has taken him to China, Croatia, Romania, London, and Greece. As an actor and singer, he worked professionally in NYC for 18 years in such productions as Les Miserables, Titanic, A New Brain, and The Rothschilds, and in national tours of Sunset BoulevardThe Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Les Miserables. His regional credits include Dan in the regional premiere of Next To Normal at Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati, and leading roles at GeVa, Denver Center Theatre, and Houston Grand Opera, among others.


Carole Healey
Adjunct Instructor
Voice, Speech
973-655-7000
healeyc@mail.montclair.edu
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Kyra Himmelbaum
Adjunct Instructor
Acting
973-655-7000
himmelbaumk@mail.montclair.edu
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Robin Irwin
Adjunct Instructor
Acting
973-655-7000
irwinr@mail.montclair.edu
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Clay James

Clay James, MFA
Coordinator of Musical Theatre
Associate Professor
John J. Cali School of Music
Department of Theatre and Dance
Musical Theatre
973-655-7341
jamesbr@mail.montclair.edu
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CLAY JAMES, a native Miamian is a three-time recipient of the American Regional Theatre Award for Outstanding Direction and Choreography, the Moss Hart Award, the NHTA Award for Outstanding Choreography, and currently serves as Coordinator of Musical Theatre for Montclair State University – John J. Cali School of Music, Department of Theatre and Dance. For MSU he has directed and staged the NJ premiere of Parade, A Grand Night For Singing, Cabaret, And the World Goes Round, The Full Monty, A Bernstein Tribute, Crazy for You and Side Show among others. He has Directed and/or Choreographed for the St. Louis Muny Opera, Playhouse in the Park, Shores Performing Arts Center, North Shore Music Theatre, Kenley Players, Smithville Theatre, Jones Beach Marine Theatre, Resorts International, Walt Disney Productions, Mt. Washington Valley Theatre Company, Zeiterion Theatre, Flint Star Theatre, Westgate Dinner Theatre, Fiesta Dinner Theatre, Star Theatre of Taunton, The New Bedford Festival Theatre, The Pink Garter Theatre, and repeatedly served as Associate Choreographer for the Orange Bowl Halftime and Parade for NBC. As a performer he has appeared in over 40 productions on Broadway, Off Broadway, National Tours, Regional and Summer Stock. Clay's education and training includes a B.F.A. in Theatre (Acting/Directing) with a minor in Music (Vocal Performance) and an M.F.A. (Directing) from Florida Atlantic University. He is an active member in Actors Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, The Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers and the National Alliance for Musical Theatre. Other choreographic and directing assignments include Industrials for IBM, FTD, Gulf and Western, American Parts Service, Children’s Resources and The City of Miami.


Joe Joyce, MFA
Assistant Professor
973-655-2137

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JOE JOYCE graduated with honors from the M.F.A. Musical Theatre program at San Diego State University and earned his B.F.A. in Drama from Boston University College of Fine Arts. He has taught on the faculties of San Diego State University and AMDA (American Musical Dramatic Academy) College and Conservatory in Los Angeles. He has also appeared on Broadway in Swinging On A Star and toured with the Broadway companies of La Cage Aux Folles and The Mystery of Edwin Drood. He is a proud member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA.

 

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Lori Katterhenry

Lori Katterhenry, MFA
Deputy Chair for the Department of Theatre and Dance
Professor
Choreography, Repertory and Dance History
973-655-7080
katterhenrl@mail.montclair.edu
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Lori Katterhenry received her BFA and MFA degrees in Dance from Florida State University and earned a CMA from the Laban Institute of Movement Studies in New York City. She was the Program Coordinator for the Montclair State University Division of Dance since 1986 and has been the Deputy Chair for the Department of Theatre and Dance since 2008. She is also the Artistic Director for the MSU Repertory Dance Company. Her works have been selected for performance at numerous Regional American College Dance Festivals and at three National American College Dance Festivals in 1983, 1986 and 1990. She has been a guest artist at Rice University, University of New Mexico, Theater on Podol in Kiev, and Theatre et Mouvement Festival in Montpellier, France. Her work Undone was selected for performance in the HUMOR UNPLUCKED Festival in New York City in 1996. In June ‘97 she traveled to Australia with members of the MSU School of the Arts, MSU dance students and alumni for performances and cultural enrichment in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. She choreographed and performed in the Pro Danza Italia Summer Dance Festival in Castiglioncello, Italy in 1998 and 1999. She was a member of the Board of Directors for the National Association of Schools of Dance from 2003-2009.


Kathleen Kelley
Assistant Professor
Dance
973-655-4115
kelleyka@mail.montclair.edu
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Susan Kerner

Susan Kerner, MFA
Associate Professor
Acting, Directing
973-655-4454
kerners@mail.montclair.edu
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Susan Kerner is an Associate Professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance. A member of the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, her directing credits include productions in New York, London, Shanghai, and at major regional theatres throughout the United States including the Tony Award-winning Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Indiana Repertory Theatre, and Meadow Brook Theatre (MI). As Resident Director at George Street Playhouse for 10 seasons, her critically acclaimed productions include the American premiere of Tom Kempinski’s SEPARATION and the world premiere of James Still’s award-winning AND THEN THEY CAME FOR ME: REMEMBERING THE WORLD OF ANNE FRANK. Professor Kerner has taught and directed at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York University in London, Rutgers University, and Drew University. She served on a National Endowment for the Arts Theatre Panel for Education and Access and the National Advisory Committee for the Theatre Praxis. A 1996 recipient of the New Jersey Governor’s Award in Arts Education, Ms. Kerner holds graduate degrees in Dramatic Literature from Columbia University and Directing from Boston University. She was a Fulbright Scholar in India and has taught and directed theatre programs in Greece, Italy, England, China, and Korea.


Karen Kinsley
Adjunct Instructor
Stage Makeup
973-655-700
kinsleyk@mail.montclair.edu
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Susan Knight
Adjunct Instructor
Playscript Interpretation
973-655-7000
carlins@mail.montclair.edu
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Toby Kreimendahl
Adjunct Instructor
Production Costumes
973-655-7000
kreimendahlt@mail.montclair.edu
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Michael D. Laibson
Adjunct Instructor
Acting for Camera
973-655-7000
laibsonm@mail.montclair.edu
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Pamela Licht
Adjunct Instructor
World Dance
973-655-7000
lichtp@mail.montclair.edu
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Jim Ligon, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Acting
973-655-5302
ligonj@mail.montcliar.edu
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Karen Love
Adjunct Instructor
World Dance
973-655-7000
lovek@mail.montclair.edu
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Nancy Lushington
Adjunct Instructor
Ballet
973-655-7893
lushington@mail.montclair.edu
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Elizabeth McPherson

Elizabeth McPherson, Ph.D.
Dance Education 
Associate Professor; Coordinator, BA Dance Program
Ballet, Dance Methods, Dance for Children, Dance History, Repertory
973-655-7831
mcphersone@mail.montcair.edu
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Dr. McPherson  is an associate professor and coordinator of the BA in Dance at Montclair State University. She received her BFA from Juilliard, followed by an MA from The City College of New York, and a PhD from New York University. She is the author of The Bennington School of the Dance: A History in Writings and Interviews and The Contributions of Martha Hill to American Dance and Dance Education, 1900-1995, in addition to articles and reviews for Ballet Review, Dance Teacher Magazine, Attitude: The Dancers’ Magazine and The Journal of Dance Education. McPherson has staged numerous 20th century dance works from Labanotation and other sources. Recent projects include Charles Weidman’s Lynchtown and excerpts from Anna Sokolow’s Scenes from the Music of Charles Ives. She is a board member of the Martha Hill Dance Fund and on the professional advisory committee of the Dance Notation Bureau. Performance credits include: Ernesta Corvino’s Dance Circle Company, Avodah Dance Ensemble, and the Louis Johnson Dance Theatre.


Benjamin Merrick
Technical Director
973-655-6679
merricka@mail.montclair.edu
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Lonne Moretton, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Ballet
973-655-7000
morettonl@mail.montclair.edu
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Earl Mosley
Adjunct Instructor
Modern Dance
973-655-7000
mosleyf@mail.montclair.edu
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Randy Mugleston, MFA
Department Chair
973-655-7343
muglestonr@mail.montclair.edu
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Randy Mugleston is the Chair of the Department of Theatre and Dance at Montclair State University. Mugleston has an undergraduate degree from Utah State University and a graduate degree in Theatre Technology from Indiana State University. Over the years, he has designed many productions at Montclair State, as well as served as the Technical Director for most of the theatre department’s productions. He has also designed lights “ Off-Broadway” in New York City and sets and lights for several dance spaces.


Mercedes Murphy
Adjunct Instructor
Movement
973-655-7000
murphyme@mail.montclair.edu
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Charles Nelson
Adjunct Instructor
Theatre History
973-655-7000
nelsoncha@mail.montclair.edu
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Debra Otte

Debra Bergsma Otte, MFA
Program Coordinator for Production and Design
Associate Professor
Costume Design, Theatrical Make-up and Fashion Studies
973-655-7680
otted@mail.montclair.edu
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Debra Bergsma Otte (Program Coordinator for Production and Design) is a professor of design at Montclair State University. She teaches in both the Fashion Studies Program and the Theatre and Dance Department. Her design credits include costume designs for many regional, Off-Broadway and University productions, television, dance, puppet design for Henson Associates and industrial design work for Parker Davis, Chrysler and Burger King. In 1999 and again in 2005, she was honored to receive the Kennedy Center Gold Medallion for her work with the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. She holds an MFA in Design from Tisch School of the Arts, New York University.


Daniel O’Driscoll
Adjunct Instructor
Stage Combat
973-655-7000
odriscolld@mail.montclair.edu
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Jane Peterson

Jane T. Peterson, Ph.D.
Graduate Program Coordinator
Associate Professor
Theatre History, Drama Criticism
973-655-4109
petersonj@mail.montclair.edu
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Jane Peterson teaches theatre history, play analysis, and criticism in both the undergraduate and graduate programs at MSU. She is the author of the 30 dramaturgical essay series “Plays in Performance” for the 2009 edition of The Norton Anthology of Drama (2009). Her research in American Theatre includes women (contemporary playwrights, Cheryl Crawford), scenographer Robert Edmund Jones, and the representation of Muslims in American drama from the late 18th century to 1950. In addition to writing Women Playwrights of Diversity, she has authored numerous articles in books, journals and encyclopedias. Jane Peterson is also a professional dramaturg who has worked in many theatrical capacities at theatres across the country and in the film industry.


John Plumpis
Adjunct Instructor
Speech
973-655-7000
plumpisj@mail.montclair.edu
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Kathleen Renn
Adjunct Instructor
Theatre in Performance
973-655-7000
rennk@mail.montclair.edu
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David Roberts
Adjunct Instructor
History of Style
973-655-7000
robertsd@mail.montclair.edu
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Linda Roberts

Linda Roberts
Professor Emeritus
Choreography, Repertory and Dance History
(973) 655-7000
robertsl@mail.montclair.edu
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Linda Roberts was on the faculty of Montclair State University from 1971-2013. In 2001, she was awarded the Alumni Association Outstanding Faculty Award. Over the years, she has developed and taught a number of courses and helped to establish degree programs for the University. She has also been active at the state level in developing teacher certification for dance. Professor Roberts currently teaches Dance History, Improvisation, Dance Appreciation, Methods and Materials for Teaching Dance and a section of the New Student Seminar course for dance majors. As a leading dancer in the DANCES/Janet Soares Company from 1971-1982 Ms. Roberts performed in several New York City venues including ChoreoConcerts at The New School for Social Research, Dance Uptown, the American Theatre Laboratory, Dance Theatre Workshop, and The Little Orchestra Society concerts at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center. Under the auspices of the DANCES/Janet Soares Company, and sponsored by Young Audiences, Ms. Roberts served as an artist in residence in New York City Schools from 1975-1980. After leaving the company, from 1987-1992, Ms.Roberts gave solo performances of reconstructed Baroque dances from the 17th and 18th centuries.


Erhard Rom

Erhard M. Rom, MFA
Scenic Designer
Assistant Professor
Scenic Design, Drafting
973-655-4378
rome@mail.montclair.edu
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ERHARD ROM (set designer) is currently the head of the Scenic Design area in the Department of Theatre and Dance at Montclair State University. He has designed settings for more than 150 productions throughout North America, including the recent Canadian premiere of John Adams' opera NIXON IN CHINA. His designs have been featured in the Prague Quadrennial International Design Exhibition.

His work includes numerous engagements with Minnesota Opera, Boston Lyric Opera, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, Virginia Opera, Wolf Trap Opera and Lyric Opera of Kansas City. His work has also been seen frequently at Syracuse Stage and Geva Theatre Center in New York State. Other Theatre Companies he has worked for include: Indiana Repertory Theatre, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Folger Shakespeare Theatre, Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Interact Theatre, and the Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington DC. He has also designed for Opera Cleveland, Kentucky Opera, Ordway Music Theatre, Opera Festival of New Jersey, Curtis Institute of Music, San Francisco Opera Center, Oklahoma Mozart Festival and for ABC Television.

Mr. Rom received his BA in Music from the University of Washington, and his M.F.A. in Design from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. Mr. Rom is a member of the United Scenic Artists, Local 829.


James Ryan
Adjunct Instructor
Production Stagecraft
973-655-7000
ryanj@mail.montclair.edu
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Deborah Saivetz

Deborah Saivetz, Ph.D.
Coordinator, Theatre Studies Program
Associate Professor
Acting, Directing, Ensemble Performance
973-655-3353
saivetzd@mail.montclair.edu
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Deborah Saivetz coordinates the Theatre Studies program in the Department of Theatre and Dance. She has directed and developed new work with New York and regional theaters such as The Foundry, Rattlestick Playwright’s Theater, Ensemble Studio Theater, New Dramatists, Voice & Vision, Red Bull Theater, INTAR, the Goodman, the Guthrie, Long Wharf and Seattle Rep. Her directing credits include Javier Malpica’s Our Dad Is in Atlantis (Working Theater), Sarah Ruhl’s Late:A Cowboy Song (Clubbed Thumb), Catherine Filloux’s Passion.com (HB Playwrights’ Theater), Carmen Rivera’s The Next Cycle (Women’s Project & Productions), Caridad Svich’s Twelve Ophelias (Baruch Performing Arts Center), and Elizabeth Egloff’s The Nose (Drama League of New York). Regional theater directing credits include Jorge Ignacio Cortiñas’s Bird in the Hand (Hartford Stage), Svich’s Perdita Gracia and Egloff’s Phaedra (New York Stage and Film/Powerhouse Theater), her own adaptation of Donald Barthelme’s Novel The King (ShakespeareTheatre of New Jersey), and Wallace Shawn’s Marie and Bruce (Parallax Theater, Chicago). For the Lark Play Development Center’s U.S./Mexico Playwright Exchange, she directed Irela de Viller’s Quetzalcoatl Puddle, Cutberto López’s Yamaha 300, Verónica Musalem’s Adela and Juana, and Jorge Celaya’s Van Gogh in New York. She directed the Spanish-language translation of Sarah Ruhl’s The Clean House for Mexico City’s DramaFest ‘08, and is collaborating with the Oaxaca-based Teatro Cuauhpanco on a Spanish-language production of Ruhl's Eurydice. Saivetz is a New Georges Affiliate Artist, an alumna of the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, a Drama League Directing Fellow, and was a 2004–2005 Resident Director at New Dramatists. She is the author of An Event in Space: JoAnne Akalaitis in Rehearsal.


Jeffrey Shade
Adjunct Instructor
Musical Theatre Dance
973-655-7000


Diann Sichel, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Modern Dance
973-655-7000
sicheld@mail.montclair.edu
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Darby Smotherman
Adjunct Instructor
Lighting and Sound Tech
973-655-7000
smothermand@mail.montclair.edu
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Misty Stay
Adjunct Instructor
Stage Management
973-655-7000
staym@mail.montclair.edu
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Maxine Steinman
Coordinator, BFA Dance Program
Assistant Professor
Modern Dance
973-655-7893
steinmanm@mail.montclair.edu
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Andrea Stover
Adjunct Instructor
Dramaturgy, Text Analysis
973-655-7000
stovera@mail.montclair.edu
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Sandra Taylor
Adjunct Instructor
Acting
973-655-7000
taylorsa@mail.montclair.edu
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Cindy (Loewus) Thole
Adjunct Instructor
Ballet
973-655-7000
loewusc@mail.montclair.edu
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Christian Von Howard
Associate Professor
vonhowardc@mail.montclair.edu 

 

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Kim Whittam, MFA
Theatre Audition Coordinator
Adjunct Instructor
Ballet, Modern Dance
973-655-7201
whittamk@mail.montclair.edu
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