B.C.A., University of North Carolina, Charlotte; M.F.A ., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Ms. Jackson has been a teacher at CCSF since 1983.
She is a student advocate for acting (coaching) and directing (providing opportunities to mentor students to direct major productions). She has developed a playwrighting curriculum that incorporates playwrights, actors, and directors.
Ms. Jackson has been an Actress with the highly acclaimed Pear Avenue Theatre Company, TheatreWorks, Palo Alto Players, Actors Ensemble of Berkeley, and Act Now! in Walnut Creek, portraying major roles that received high praise. She was an Adjudicator with the Kennedy Center-American College Theatre Festival. She is a Board Member of the Eugene O'Neill Foundation. She has won a Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award for Best Original Play in 2009, and has her own theatre company: SOUTHERN RAILROAD THEATRE COMPANY. She is a member of Dramatists Guild of America, Pear Writers Guild, and former member of PlayGround.
She was selected for WHO'S WHO OF AMERICAN TEACHERS in 1997, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007.
Her extracurricular activities include jogging, and writing. She has published several short stories, poems and had several plays produced in the Bay Area.
Mr. Parr has taught at CCSF for the past 22 years.
He is a Bay Area actor and director. His credits include California and San Francisco Shakespeare Festivals, Magic Theatre and TheatreWorks, among many others.
Mr. Parr is former Artistic Director, Eureka Theatre, Board Treasurer, Centralworks Theatre Company. He is also General Partner in Videosyncracy Productions and has produced documentaries in Nepal and Africa. 10 year Resident Director for the California Revels. He founded the City Summer Opera program at CCSF.
He is a member of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Actors' Equity Association, and the Screen Actors' Guild.
Ms. Shaw is a native San Franciscan who has been teaching at City College since 1987. She has also taught at San Jose City College, Cal State Hayward and the Asian American Theatre Center.
Some of her directing credits include "A Chorus Line", "Godspell","Big River", "Bleacher Bums" and "Bad Habits". She has co-produced an independent feature film. Ms. Shaw is the recipient of the Peninsula Childrens Theatre Association Award. She is most proud of her two favorite projects, her daughters, Mia and Kaeli.
BA Industrial Relations from Rockhurst College, Kansas City, MO MFA in Lighting and Scenic Design from San Francisco State University
Prof. Toebe has been teaching at CCSF since 2006
Patrick has an extensive background in lighting and scenic design. His work has been seen across the United States and in Japan. His work includes lighting design for Theatre Flamenco (8 years), the World Institute on Disabilities (8 years), California Revels (7 years), Sacramento Ballet, Tulsa Ballet, Alabama Ballet, Knoxville City Ballet, San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, Sierra Shakespeare Festival, Centre Repertory, and Solo Opera. He has created lighting and scenic designs for Theatre of Yugen, Foothill Theatre Company, Pacific Alliance Theatre Company, Summer Repertory Theatre, A.C.T.'s Junior Rep, Centre Repertory, and many more.
Chair, Theater Arts Department
Ms. Weinstock has taught at CCSF since 1978.
She is a member of Actors' Equity Association (AEA) and the Screen Actors' Guild (SAG).
Ms. Weinstock is well known to Bay Area theatre goers. She was a company member with the American Conservatory theatre for five years. She has also worked with theatre companies throughout the states. She was last seen as Annie in Lorraine Hansberry's Production of "A DANCE ON WIDOWS' ROW" by Sam Art Williams Her acting credits include "FENCES", "JOE TURNERS' COME AND GONE", "PIANO LESSON", "SEVEN GUITARS", "DUTCHESS OF MALFI", "FULL MOON", "MISS EVERS' BOYS", "KONVERGENCE", "FLYIN' WEST", "TOD ... THE BOY TOD", "THREE ACTS OF RECOGNITION", and "SUGAR MOUTH SAM DON'T DANCE NO MORE" and Paramount Production's film "JADE". As an administrator, Ms Weinstock was the founder and program director for Black Arts community Theatres United (BACTU), an international arts service organization. As a director, Ms Weinstock has two current productions touring the Bay Area: Jeff Stetson's "THE MEETING" - a fictitious meeting between Martin Luther king Jr. and Malcom X - and "THE CLITORIS CELEBRATION" by Sia Amma.
Ms. Weinstock is a member of the Council on Black American Affairs, The Bay Area Black Green room, Theatre Communications Group (TCG) and Black Theatre Network. She serves on the boards of Global Women in Tack and the African-American Shakespeare Company.
She says that "One must be willing to fall down; get back up, and try it again, and again, and again."
Her extracurricular activities include painting, drawing, dancing, grooming and riding her horses, roller-blading, and play with her grandchildren.
Dr. Wilk is both a director and scenic designer, having earned an MFA in scenic design as well as a Ph.D. in Theatre.
His educational goals for students at City College are based in inclusion, extending into the community, empowering students and training them for real world jobs (entry-level).
Has been involved in Multimedia Studies, African American Excellence Program and SCANS.
The author of "Creation of Ensemble, The First Year of the American Conservatory Theatre".
"Aftermath of War" a play developed at City College from the many blogs of the Iraq War.
Served as a judge for the American College Theatre Festival for 15 years.
Has "Storytelling" performances at the Randall Museum for the last decade.
In his spare time, he enjoys tennis and coaching basketball .