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The Faculty
  Gloria Cuadraz, Ph.D.
Duku Anokye, Ph.D.
Manuel Avalos, Ph.D
Luis Cabrera, Ph.D.
Shari Collins-Chobanian, Ph.D.
Alejandra Elenes, Ph.D
  Kristin Koptiuch, Ph.D.
  Ime Ukpanah, Ph.D.


Charles St. Clair

Office: FAB S 271 B
Phone: (602) 543-6016
Position: Technical Director/Academic Professional

Education: Fairmount School for the Creative and Performing Arts

Charles St. Clair has over 300 major productions to his credit in theatre and film, including three Emmy awards for the PBS production of "Beauty and the Beast" and another for NBC's "With These Hands." Charles is a six time "ariZoni" Excellence in Theatre award nominee and a three time winner for Best Director, Best Musical Direction, and Best Musical for "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill."

Mr. St. Clair is also the co-founder and former artistic director of the Fairmount Theater of the Deaf and Phoenix's Black Theater Troupe. He has most recently performed Waiting for Godot at ASU West and was seen in a "Movie of the Week" for television Point Last Seen starring Linda Hamilton. He directed the February 2003 production of Venus, and is a member of "Actor's Equity" and "Screen Actors Guild."

Mr. St. Clair is the Technical Director for IAP productions and events, and in the role of Academic Professional fulfills teaching obligations. A sample of his curriculum includes: Acting for the Camera; Acting for the Non-Major; Vocalization and Movement; Technical Education for Interdisciplinary Arts; and Television Production.

Ethnic Studies Faculty
Arizona State University at the West campus
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
Ethnicity, Race and First Nations Studies Program
4701 W. Thunderbird Road
Phoenix, AZ  85069
(602) 543-6007 Fax: (602) 543-6004
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