Nathan Stith is an actor and director with over 20 years of professional experience in New York and regional theatres around the country. He is a member of Actors' Equity Association, SAG/AFTRA, and the Musical Theatre Educators Alliance. He has appeared on stage with Placido Domingo in Cyrano de Bergerac at the New York Metropolitan Opera, spent several years on the Broadway National Tour of Jesus Christ Superstar, and played Bobby on the daytime Soap Opera One Life to Live.
Scott C. Neale is an internationally recognized, award winning Scenic Designer and Theming Consultant. Scott holds an MFA in Scenic Design from Northwestern University and a BFA in Scenic Design and Scenic Painting from the Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University.
He has been Resident Scenic Designer for Albany Park Theater Project in Chicago since 2006 and continues to design theatrical sets, theme park attractions, exhibits and events, specializing in interactive immersive environments around the country and world, spanning to 4 continents.
Rachel Joseph is an Associate Professor at Trinity University as well as a writer, director, and performer. She teaches classes in playwriting, dramatic literature, performance, and theatre history. She received her MA in theatre studies and MFA in creative writing from the University of Arizona and a Ph.D. in Drama from Stanford University. Her current book project, Screened Stages: On Theatre in Film analyzes cinema and performance in relationship to presentness and reproducibility.
Roberto Prestigiacomo is a theater-maker whose creative work includes the development of community-based theatre through improvisation and storytelling techniques, and the creation of original physical theater pieces (TransPerformance). Roberto, a produced playwright, was artistic director for Theater With Your Coffee, Potlatch Theater Lab.
Jamie Thompson joined Student Involvement in September of 2009. A native of Phoenix, Arizona, Jamie earned a bachelor's degree in business administration (finance and management) from Trinity University. Jamie received her M.S. in higher education administration from the University of Kansas. She has been involved in the field of higher education for seven years in the areas of student activities & involvement, leadership development, and fraternity & sorority life at the University of California, Berkeley and University of Kansas.
I am a transplanted Wisconsinite now firmly rooted in San Antonio. After earning a B.A. in literature from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an M.A. in literature from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, I discovered my orientation to language better fit the field of rhetorical studies.
As the costume designer and costumer for the department of human communication and theatre, Jodi designs the costumes for the department's mainstage productions and works closely with Trinity students as they construct her designs in the costume studio. You can see examples of the types of costumes Jodi and her students have created by visiting Jodi's Trinity web page.
Jodi teaches classes in all aspects of costuming and costume design, as well as stage management.
Kyle Gillette writes, directs, develops performances, and leads workshops that explore sensory experience, travel, cities and memory. Recently he directed Rachel Joseph’s Antigone in the City for an international theatre festival in Fara Sabina, Italy and collaborated on writing and research for Teatro Potlach’s site-specific project Invisible Cities.