|Comedy Character Development||12-18||Tucson
|Christ Church United Methodist||Sat||9:00am - 12:00pm||Jan 05||Jan 05|
|How To Create A Convincing Character||12-18||Tucson
|Christ Church United Methodist||Sat||9:00am - 12:00pm||Dec 22||Dec 22|
NANCY DAVIS BOOTH is a nationally acclaimed soprano, teacher and director and is excited about joining the CYT team. In addition to her professional performing career, she has served on the faculties of Butler University in Indianapolis and Concordia College in Minnesota. She returned to Tucson in 2010 and taught in both the theater and music departments at Pima Community College teaching acting, musical theater, voice and directed main stage and black box productions. Her national performing credits include symphonies, opera and theater companies, headlining on cruise ships, cabaret, summer festivals, community artist series and corporate clientele. She has a Master of Fine arts in Theater and a Master of Science in Child Development, both from the U of A.
Todd is the Advanced Program Coordinator for Theatre Arts Program at Pima Community College since 2001. He manages the four show production season and outreach projects. Todd has served in various roles over last 40 years in over 170 productions as designer, director, and producer. He has worked with a diverse group of local dance and theater companies including: Dancing in the Streets, Invisible Theatre, Borderlands Theatre, Dance Visions. In 2001 he served as Festival Technical Director for the Illinois Shakespeare Festival. Todd has taught numerous subjects at Pima CC ranging from scene design, lighting design, and theater graphics. As well, he taught stagecraft at University of AZ.