Faculty

Joseph Stamerra – Voice—BA in Music Education from Duquesne School of Music.  Music instructor with Pittsburgh Public Schools.  Music Director for U. Pitt, Jewish Theatre of Pittsburgh, CCAC South, and Kuntu Repertory.  Served as Music Director for Don Brockett.

Ashley McCullar – Voice—BFA in Voice from Carnegie Mellon.  Sings with Mendelssohn Choir. Director of Music at All Saints Church.  Coaches with Estill Voice Training techniques.
Mark Domencic – Voice—BFA and MM from Carnegie Mellon. Current doctoral student at Boston University’s School of Music. On faculty at Carnegie Mellon and the Community College of Allegheny County. Serves as music director throughout Pittsburgh area and has performed at Heinz Hall, the Byham, and Carnegie Music Hall.
Jena Oberg – Acting—BS in Theatre from Northwestern University. Directing and Dramaturgy intern with Portland Stage.  Teaches with Pittsburgh Public Theatre’s Creative Dramatics Program and CLO Outreach. Serves as monologue coach for Pgh Public Theatre Shakespeare Contest and as a judge for the CLO Kelly Awards.  Educational Outreach Coordinator and Summer Theatre Camp Director at Little Lake Theatre, where she also directs and acts.
J.R. Hall – Acting—MFA in Playwriting from Carnegie Mellon.  On the faculty of CCAC where he teaches Theatre, Film and Speech. Member of Dramatists Guild and Screen Actors Guild.
Don DiGiulio – Acting—BA Marshall University. Played Mordred in  Pittsburgh Public Theater.s Camelot. Locally, Don has worked with City Theatre, PICT, Bricolage, Pittsburgh CLO, PMT, Unseam’d Shakespeare, Pittsburgh Playwrights, and The Summer Company. Don is Artistic Director of No Name Players, with whom he has produced, directed or been featured in their Pittsburgh premiere of Big Love, the American premiere of This Hotel, Wonder of the World, and Breaking Up.
Tressa Glover – Acting—BA in Acting from Penn State.  Named “one of Pittsburgh’s most intelligent actresses,” (City Paper) Tressa played the lead roles in Pittsburgh Public Theatre’s productions of Role Play and Harry’s Friendly Service. Tressa is the co-founder of the No Name Players.  She is the Producing Artistic Director of SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day in Pittsburgh and, as such, has earned national recognition. 
Will Guffey – Acting for Film—BA in Acting from Point Park.  Played Leo Straub for six seasons in the internet hit Something to be Desired.  Appeared in eleven films, including Smart People, Fresh Start, and Game Off.
Kaitlin Dann – Dance – BFA in Dance from Point Park.  Has taught and performed with Bodiography, the Jewish Community Center and Attack Theatre.  Danced in The Pearl Fisher with Pittsburgh Opera and Attack Theatre at the Benedum Center.
Amanda Fisher – Dance – BFA in Dance from Mercyhurst.  Danced with Atlantic Contemporary Ballet Theater, Richmond Ballet, and the Dancestreet Studios in Amsterdam.  Performed various ballets as well as original works by Diego Salterini, Bill Evans, Tauna Hunter, and danced with SoMar Dance Works and Lake Erie Ballet.  
Sarah Rills – Dance – BFA in Dance from Point Park. Teaches and performs with Bodiography