Bob Adams was the head of the Drama Department at Pebblebrook High School (CCCEPA), Cobb County’s performing arts magnet school for twenty-five years before retiring in 2022. He holds a bachelor’s degree in theatre performance from Miami University (Ohio) and a master’s degree in theatre from The University of Missouri. During his tenure at CCCEPA, he directed over fifty plays and musicals. As an actor, Mr. Adams has worked regionally with theatres in Missouri and Minnesota, Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre, and the City Springs Theatre Company. His voiceover work has been heard on Atlanta radio and in commercials. In addition to his work at CCCEPA, Mr. Adams has directed productions at Spelman College and the Atlanta Lyric Theatre. Other directing and development work includes: MLK: A Monumental Life at Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., and the development of In The Midnight Hour, a musical based on the life of Wilson Pickett, with the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. From 2000 – 2019, Mr. Adams served as the director of the ETC and Prompt summer camps in Cobb County. For more than a decade, he directed the annual Home For The Holidays production at the Cobb Civic Center’s Anderson Theatre. Mr. Adams has been selected Pebblebrook’s Teacher of the Year and was twice selected Pebblebrook’s STAR Teacher. While at Pebblebrook, his teaching work focused on the Meisner technique, Shakespearean acting, and musical theatre. His former students can be found performing on Broadway, London’s West End, television, film, national tours, regional theatres, and cruise lines throughout the world.
LINDSAY RAE PAWLEWICZ
KATIE BERGER WOOD
APPLY TO JOIN OUR CONSERVATORY FACULTY!
City Springs Theatre Company is always seeking qualified teachers to serve as faculty for our conservatory programs. Potential candidates will have professional experience in the fields of vocal instruction (group and private), acting, dance, and technical theatre and be available to teach weekly and semester-long classes. A college degree in theatre, voice, dance, technical theatre, or education required. Master’s degree preferred. Classes are currently offered for students ages 10-18.