Head Theatre Director
Camee Faulk has been teaching high school theatre since 2012. She has a B.A. in Theatre Arts Education from Brigham Young University. Camee has been involved in theatre since middle school and has enjoyed being involved in productions in myriad ways throughout high school and college. In college, Camee won the department's "Best Director" award for her production of Next to Normal and was chosen to represent BYU at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival stage management competition in Los Angeles. She also completed a theatre internship with renowned Cornerstone Theatre Company in Los Angeles and assistant stage managed one of their productions. She was also able to production stage manage a new musical in New York at the New York City Musical Theatre Festival. Camee spent most of her teaching career at Kearns High School in Utah and won the KSL News Radio Teacher Feature Award thanks to a nomination from a parent. She continues to perform as an actor, mainly in musical theatre productions. She has been performing at the Desert Star Playhouse in Murray, Utah, for eight years and has also been seen on numerous web series and the popular TV show Studio C. Camee has three beautiful children, a very supportive husband, and an absolute love for teaching theatre.
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Technical Theatre Director
Brittany Baugh's love of technical theatre began at Leander High school in 2001. She was first inspired by her own outstanding technical director and decided then to go to school to teach technical theatre. Brittany graduated from Texas State University in 2009 with a B.F.A. Theatre Design and Technology, emphasizing on scenic design and scenic art. From there, she returned to Texas State to earn a M.Ed. Secondary Education in 2013. "I believe that theatre has the amazing ability to change not only the audience, but also the artists themselves," she says. "The process of creating theatre can have you creating places that you have only dreamed of, places only you could create, and sometimes places you know like home. It is a beautiful collaboration of creative and practical ideas. It is magic."
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Joscelyne Oktabetz is a theatrical costume designer and construction artist. Before joining the teaching profession, she worked all over the United States in professional theatre, including Arkansas Repertory Theatre, Oklahoma Shakespearean Festival, Utah Shakespeare Festival, and the Santa Fe Opera. Joscelyne graduated from the University of Tennessee with her Master of Fine Arts degree in Theatre Costume Design. She received her bachelor's degree from Louisiana Tech University in theatre with a concentration in performance and costume design. She worked for Lexington Children’s Theatre for three years prior to returning to school, where she worked as a costume designer, construction artist, puppet builder, and costume shop supervisor.
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