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Mark Webb

Theatre Director and Instructor
webbm@nacc.edu


Mark began his acting career at the age of thirteen when he played the role of Aslan the lion in The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. Since then he has been involved in well over a hundred productions as an actor, director, technical director, lighting and/or set designer as well as in numerous other capacities. He graduated from the Alabama High School of Fine Arts, received his bachelor’s degree from UNA, and completed his master’s program at the University of Montevallo. Mark has been working with Northeast theatre since 1989 when he played “Curly” in Oklahoma. Shortly after, he was hired first as an instructor of drama and Assistant Director to the Theatre, then as Director of the Theatre Department. He has appeared in many regional community and professional theatres in a variety of roles including, “The King” in The King and I, “Tevye” in Fiddler on the Roof, “Archibald” in The Secret Garden, and “Don Quixote” in Man of La Mancha among many others. He is currently enjoying his role as Director of Theatre and striving to guide the theatre program at Northeast toward new pinnacles of achievement.

 


 

Brad Archer

Scenic/Lighting/Technical Director and Instructor
archerb@nacc.edu

 
Brad is thrilled to join the faculty at Northeast Alabama Community College. The faculty, staff, students and community have been very inviting and that is very much appreciated. When does the honeymoon end? HA! Brad has taught at Suffolk Community College on Long Island and at High Point University in North Carolina. He has designed lighting and scenery for well over fifty productions and spent the past summer in New Hampshire designing scenery for Mt. Washington Valley Theatre. He has designed lighting and/or scenery for HPU, UNCG, Dogwood Dell Amphitheatre, Off-Off Broadway, North Carolina Shakespeare Festival and Piedmont Arts Association. He just recently completed a lighting design for Mill Mountain Theatre in Roanoke, Virginia. Brad grew up in Arkansas and is a huge Razorback fan. Go HOGS!!! When he can he loves golf, racquetball, and watching college basketball. He holds a BFA from Arkansas State University and an MFA from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

 

 

 

Regan McClung

Theatre Office Manager
mcclungr@nacc.edu


Regan has a degree in Secondary Education, Language Arts (English, Theatre, Journalism) from Athens State College. While teaching she directed numerous plays and individuals for State and Regional competition. She also served on the Board of Alabama Thespian Teachers and coordinated youth theatre camps in Kansas City, New Jersey, Cullman, and Fort Payne. She currently participates as an active member of the Alabama Conference of Theatre (ACT) and the Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC). She is now in her 10th year at NACC, where in addition to her Theatre Office Manager duties, she coordinates the NACC’s Summer Youth Theatre Workshop, students’ participation in the ACT and SETC competitions, and theatre educational outreach programs. She has won various graphic design awards with the Alabama Community College System Public Relations Association, the National Higher Education Marketing Report, and the National Collegiate Advertising Awards. She was recently honored to be nominated by Dr. David Campbell for the Alabama Community College System’s Chancellor Support Staff Person of the Year award.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hannah Wootten

Theatre Office Assistant
nacctheatre@nacc.edu


Hannah has just started with NACC Theatre. We are proud to have her with us, and we will have her bio up shortly!