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Gamble, Hilary

Phone: 334-244-3359
Email: [email protected]
Office Number: 223 F

Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Communication & Theatre
Phone: 334-244-3359
Email: [email protected]
Building: Liberal Arts

Hilary Gamble

Assistant Professor
Communication & Theatre

Irwin, Katherine

Phone: 334-244-3358
Email: [email protected]
Office Number: 223 G

Title: Lecturer
Department: Communication & Theatre
Phone: 334-244-3358
Email: [email protected]
Building: Liberal Arts

Katherine Irwin

Lecturer
Communication & Theatre

Johnson, Michelle

Phone: 334-244-3379
Email: [email protected]
Office Number: 223A

Title: Senior Administrative Associate
Department: Communication & Theatre
Phone: 334-244-3379
Email: [email protected]
Building: Liberal Arts

Michelle Johnson

Senior Administrative Associate
Communication & Theatre

Killmeier, Matthew

Phone: 334-244-3950
Email: [email protected]
Office Number: 223 D

Title: Department Chair; Associate Professor
Department: Communication & Theatre
Phone: 334-244-3950
Email: [email protected]
Building: Liberal Arts

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Matthew Killmeier

Department Chair; Associate Professor
Communication & Theatre

Kim, Eunyoung

Phone: 334-244-3558
Email: [email protected]
Office Number: 223 E

Title: Associate Professor
Department: Communication & Theatre
Phone: 334-244-3558
Email: [email protected]
Building: Liberal Arts

Eunyoung Kim

Associate Professor
Communication & Theatre

Seibel, Neil

Phone: 334-244-3143
Email: [email protected]
Office Number: 353

Title: Associate Professor
Department: Communication & Theatre
Phone: 334-244-3143
Email: [email protected]
Building: Liberal Arts

Bio

Neil David Seibel is a Kentucky native who now calls Alabama home.  He is a proud member of Actors Equity with directing and acting credits at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Mill Mountain Theatre in Virginia, Denver Center Theatre Company, Theatre Aspen, Arvada Center, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Alley Theatre in Houston, Theatre Under The Stars, Actors Theatre of Louisville, at En Garde Arts Off Broadway and HERE in NYC.  For PBS, he originated the role of Lewis in the TV musical PASSAGES: LEWIS AND CLARK.  As a playwright, he has developed several solo and ensemble works with productions throughout the United States and Europe. As an educator he is a frequent invited instructor and often summers with the MFA Playwrights Lab at Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia.  He earned a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Drama from the University of California, Irvine and a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Northern Kentucky University. Seibel designed the performance curriculum at Auburn University Montgomery and has taught classes in acting, voice and movement since 2008.

Neil Seibel

Associate Professor
Communication & Theatre

Tate, Sommer

Phone: 334-244-3069
Email: [email protected]
Office Number: 223 B

Title: Senior Lecturer
Department: Communication & Theatre
Phone: 334-244-3069
Email: [email protected]
Building: Liberal Arts

Sommer Tate

Senior Lecturer
Communication & Theatre

Wallace, Samuel

Phone: 334-244-3510
Email: [email protected]
Office Number: 144 E Suite J

Title: Distinguished Senior Lecturer
Department: Communication & Theatre
Phone: 334-244-3510
Email: [email protected]
Building: Liberal Arts

CV

Samuel Wallace

Distinguished Senior Lecturer
Communication & Theatre

Winkelman, Mike

Phone: 334-244-3507
Email: [email protected]
Office Number: 352

Title: Professor
Department: Communication & Theatre
Phone: 334-244-3507
Email: [email protected]
Building: Liberal Arts

Mike Winkelman

Professor
Communication & Theatre

Winkelman, Val

Phone: 334-244-3360
Email: [email protected]
Office Number: 359 C

Title: Professor
Department: Communication & Theatre
Phone: 334-244-3360
Email: [email protected]
Building: Liberal Arts

Bio

Val Winkelman is an Auburn University at Montgomery Distinguished Research and Honors Professor and received the Alumni Association Award for outstanding service. She is one of the campus advisors for Omicron Delta Kappa. She has directed or designed over 200 plays, musicals, or ballets. She is an associate member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society and is a Past Fellow of the International Council of Fine Arts. She has been a Distinguished Guest for the Texas Educational Theatre Association. She has been serving as the Production Manager and as one of the Costume Designers for over 30 seasons at the Texas Shakespeare Festival. Val is the National Vice-Chair for Design, Technology, and Management for the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. She received a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin and named a Distinguished Alumna of the University of North Texas where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Val Winkelman

Professor
Communication & Theatre
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Yeager, Rebecca

Title: Instructor of Theatre
Department: Communication & Theatre
Email: [email protected]
Building: Liberal Arts

Rebecca Yeager

Instructor of Theatre
Communication & Theatre
Ruonan Zhang

Zhang, Ruonan

Phone: 334-394-5410
Email: [email protected]
Office Number: 223 C

Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Communication & Theatre
Phone: 334-394-5410
Email: [email protected]
Building: Liberal Arts

Ruonan Zhang

Assistant Professor
Communication & Theatre

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