The department of Theatre & Dance offers studies leading to the Master of Fine Arts degree in Dramatic Art. See the Graduate Program section for detailed information. Current MFA students are listed below.
Humboldt State University, B.A. Interdisciplinary Dance: Language and Culture, 2007
Kevin Dockery is a physical thinker, mover, musician, writer and nature historian who uses performance to explore ideas of self, place, and fit in the cultural labyrinth that overlays our experience of life.
Tasa Gleason holds a BFA in Dance Performance from Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle WA, and a certificate in Apparel Design and Merchandising from College of Alameda, Alameda CA. She has been designing and creating costumes for dance and theatre for over 15 years. Having a background in performance and choreography offers Tasa an understanding of what is unique about costuming for dance and theater, it also means that she shares a vocabulary in regards to movement that is indispensable to her when collaborating with directors, choreographers and dancers.
California State University, Sacramento, B.A. Dance, May 2013
Diego Martinez-Campos is a Mexican performing artist, choreographer, and movement educator currently based in Sacramento, CA. He strongly believes that art has the power to enrich, transform, and change people’s lives through play, collaboration, and education. To know more about Diego, visit www.creatifcreature.com
Lena Polzonetti is a dancer, choreographer, and dance educator. She has performed professionally in ballet and modern dance companies, including the Ithaca Ballet, alban elved dance company, Danza Tersicore, and Fischerdance, among others. From 2006 to 2017 she coordinated and taught in the magnet dance program at Clay High School for the Visual and Performing Arts in South Bend, Indiana.