BURNING MAN by Pamela Turner
A CHRISTMAS CAROL by Charles Dickens, Adapted by Joelle Ré Arp-Dunham
Whether integrating media in a stage performance or creating a story through the art of video, Joelle's experience directing, acting, shooting and editing video allow her to use the best tools available to tell a story.
METAMORPHOSES by Mary Zimmerman
Joelle has performed throughout the east coast on stage and screen. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre with an Emphasis in Acting from The Ohio State University.
LES MISÉRABLES by Victor Hugo, adapted by Claude-Michel Schönberg and Herbert Kretzmer.
Directing and teaching go hand-in-hand for Joelle. She's qualified and experienced in teaching a large variety of theatre and film classes ranging from Introduction courses to history to acting and DV production.
"I am all the more convinced that mending the long-lived disconnect between artistic work and its analysis is essential for understanding acting's long history and its continuing power to move audiences." -Sharon Carnicke
Joelle's scholarship reflects her life-long love of storytelling. Her driving question -- Why do people love stories and how do we best tell them? -- guides all her work and spurred her completion of a PhD in Theatre and Performance Studies from the University of Georgia in 2020.