Arlene Velleman

Arlene Velleman is the American Sign Language and a Special Education teacher at Waltham High School. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Speech/Hearing Therapy and a Master’s Degree in Special Education from Northeastern University. After graduation, Arlene worked at Perkins School for the Blind’s Deaf/Blind Program as a teacher. She then came to theContinue reading “Arlene Velleman”

Kevin Williams

Kevin Williams is an educator and playmaker striving to develop and strengthen a community of critical thinkers and empathetic individuals through theatrical experiences. Originally from Tennessee, he is a licensed theater teacher in the state of Massachusetts and holds a Master’s Degree in Theatre Education from Emerson College and Bachelor Degrees in both Musical TheatreContinue reading “Kevin Williams”

Allison Honea

Allison Honea is an educator, director/choreographer, classically trained dancer, and performer from Atlanta, Georgia. She studied Theatre Education at Columbus State University, then went on to earn her Master of Arts degree from Emerson College, where she focused on theater and dance education in relation to social justice. She joined the WCT family in 2016Continue reading “Allison Honea”

Ann Forbush

Ann Forbush is a Boston based artist/educator who has served on the MCA and, previously, Watertown Children’s Theatre boards for more than a decade. She holds a BFA in photography from UArts in Philadelphia and an MFA from MassART in Boston. Ann’s professional experience includes designing textiles for Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, teaching atContinue reading “Ann Forbush”

Rachel Maddox

Our first spotlights feature three teaching artists who are directing in the Watertown Children’s Theatre Short Play Festival to be performed on November 13 and 14. Rachel Maddox is a playwright, critical educator, and teaching artist. They graduated from Connecticut College with a BA in Theater and an Elementary Education Teaching Certificate, and since thenContinue reading “Rachel Maddox”

Eva Louise Murray

Our first spotlights feature three teaching artists who are directing in the Watertown Children’s Theatre Short Play Festival to be performed on November 13 and 14. Eva Louise Murray (she/her/hers and they/them/theirs) is a teaching artist, director, choreographer, theater artist, performer, educator, and creative collaborator from Dedham, Massachusetts. She graduated from Connecticut College in 2017 withContinue reading “Eva Louise Murray”