Rosalind Flynn

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Dr. Rosalind M. Flynn.

Theater Education Expert

Education

Ph.D., Educational Drama, University of Maryland

B.A., Drama, The Catholic University of America

Introduction

  • Director of the Master of Arts in Theatre Education degree program at The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC
  • PhD in ​educational drama from the University of Maryland
  • Kennedy Center Teaching Artist 
  • Published articles on educational drama in Dramatics, Youth Theatre Journal, Language Arts, English Journal, Teaching Artist Journal, Teaching Theatre, and The Reading Teacher

Experience

Rosalind Flynn is a former writer for ThoughtCo and contributed articles on theater education for over two and a half years. She is the head of the Masters of Arts in Theatre Education (“MATE”) degree program at The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. She is also a national teaching artist whose workshops for teachers were developed in collaboration with the Education Department of The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. 

Rosalind's articles on educational drama have been published in Dramatics, Youth Theatre Journal, Language Arts, English Journal, Teaching Artist Journal, Teaching Theatre, and The Reading Teacher. She is also the author of two books on the educational uses of drama: A Dramatic Approach to Reading Comprehension and Dramatizing the Content with Curriculum-Based Readers Theatre.

Since 1994, Rosalind has conducted educational drama workshops for students and teachers from 43 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and Shanghai, China. 

Education

Rosalind holds a doctorate in educational drama from the University of Maryland and a bachelor's degree in drama from The Catholic University of America. 

Awards and Publications

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