Tamara Goldbogen - Lecturer/Director of Shakespeare-in-the-School
MFA, University of Texas - Austin.
Tamara Goldbogen teaches theatre for youth and creative drama and also serves as director of the departmental outreach program Shakespeare-in-the-Schools. Tamara recently co-directed Alice for Pitt Rep and a touring production of Tomato Plant Girl for Shakespeare-in-the-Schools.
Prior to her work at the University of Pittsburgh, Tamara was the Education Partnerships Coordinator for the Children's Theatre Company in Minneapolis. Other work includes Spoleto Festival USA, University of Hawaii, and founding director of South Carolina Young Playwrights. She serves on the boards of Pittsburgh International Children's Theatre, Pittsburgh Public School Arts Committee, and Theatre for Young Audiences/USA.
Tamara leads a study abroad program that follows the ASSITEJ World Congress and Performing Arts Festival around the world. She holds an MFA in Drama and Theatre for Youth from the University of Texas at Austin. Her writing has been published in Theatre for Young Audiences Today.