Theatre & Film

Faculty

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Degrees:
  • BA Theatre, Minor in Music: Western Illinois University
  • MFA Directing: Western Illinois University

Courses Taught:
  • Acting One (THP112)
  • Acting Two (THP212)
  • Combat for Stage and Screen (THF130)
  • Introduction to Theatre (THE111)
  • Modern Drama (THE220)
  • Theatre Production (THP201AA)
  • Directing Techniques (THP214)
  • Makeup for Stage and Screen (THF115)
  • Special Projects (THP298)

Teaching/Research Interests:
  • Theatre: Performance, Direction, and Fight Choreography (stage combat)

Professional Activities:
  • PVCC (residential faculty, head of program since 2011)
  • CEO, owner of Fight Call, LLC a stage combat education and fight direction company
  • Certified Teacher with the Society of American Fight Directors
  • Arizona Opera resident fight director
  • Fight director for various theatres and schools around the Valley
  • Stage director
  • Actor
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Degrees:
  • MFA Theatre Design, University of Maryland, College Park
  • B.A. Scenography, Arizona State University
  • B.F.A. Intermedia, Arizona State University

Courses Taught:
  • THP217: Intro to Design Scenography

Teaching/Research Interests:
  • Aesthetic Development
  • Post Modern Design
  • Use of composition
  • Use of finishes and details

Professional Activities:
  • Member, United Scenic Artists Local 829
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Joe Flowers

Degrees:
  • M.F.A. Acting/Theatre, Illinois State University

Courses Taught:
  • Acting for the Camera (THF 209)

Teaching/Research Interests:
  • Acting I and II
  • Movement for the stage
  • Directing
  • Shakespeare
  • Voice

Professional Activities:
  • PVCC (adjunct since 2011)
  • Member of Screen Actor's Guild/American Federation of Radio & Television Artists since 2002
  • Represented by Leighton Agency since 1996
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Degrees:
  • BA Theatre performance, management and tech

Courses Taught:
  • Stage Management (THP265)
  • Intro to tech theater (THP 213)
  • Opportunities in Production (THP268 )

Teaching/Research Interests:
  • Stage Management
  • Directing
  • Acting Coaching
  • Theatre management/company management

Professional Activities:
  • Adjunct Faculty since 2013
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Craig Kosnik, PhD

Degrees:
  • BA, Theatre, Gannon University
  • MA, Theatre Education, Emerson College
  • PhD, Theatre (Theatre for Youth), Arizona State University

Courses Taught:
  • Introduction to Theatre (THE 111)
  • Playwriting (THE 118)
  • Acting I (THP 112)
  • Theatre For Youth (THP 151)
  • Theatre Production I and II (THP 201)
  • Introduction to Puppetry (THP 219)

Teaching/Research Interests:
  • Theatre for Youth
  • Touring shows
  • Puppetry
  • Playwriting and developing new work
  • Directing
  • Bringing world premieres to PVCC (Cave Boys 2018)(Oz: The Land That Time Forgot 2019)

Professional Activities:
  • PVCC (adjunct faculty since Fall 2014)
  • SMCC (adjunct faculty since Fall 2017)
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Degrees:
  • DMA University of Arizona
  • MFA Music Performance & Composition, University of California, Irvine
  • BA, Music, Pepperdine University

Courses Taught:
  • Music Theatre Workshop THP/MUP 270
  • Voice & Diction, THP/COM 271
  • Individual Voice Lessons

Teaching/Research Interests:
  • Rossini and the History of Contraltos, Designation of Voice Type, Community Outreach in Opera

Professional Activities:
  • Published June 2019: National Opera Journal
  • Performed with: Bronx Opera, Phoenix Symphony, Los Angeles Opera, Opera Pacific, Off-Broadway, Milwaukee Opera Theatre, San Diego Lyric Opera, Cedar Rapids Opera Theater, Memphis Symphony, Santa Fe Opera, Opera a la Carte
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Caroline Wagner

Degrees:
  • BA-Theatre
  • AAFA-Theatre

Courses Taught:
  • THP 270
  • MUP 270

Teaching/Research Interests:
  • Theatre, dance, music, directing, choreography, improvisation

Professional Activities:
  • Caroline Wagner is a Theater teacher, director, actor, choreographer, theatre for youth teacher, and theater for social change advocate. Caroline has been immersed in the arts her whole life, but practicing theater for the past 13 years. She has worked professionally as a performer and Director/choreographer. Caroline teaches the musical theater workshop on Monday nights on the PVCC campus. She works professionally all over the valley including theatres such as Phoenix Theatre, Childsplay, Arizona Broadway Theatre, to name a few. Her favorite job is Partners That Heal, an improvisation troupe that cheers up the kids at Children’s Hospital across Arizona. She’s currently pursuing a career in medicine and plans to go to Physician Assistant school. Caroline received her degree from Arizona State University.