Shawnda Moss

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Shawnda Moss, 2008.
Shawnda Moss received her undergraduate degree in theatre education from Brigham Young University in 1996. She taught high school theatre for over eight years at Bingham and Riverton high schools in Salt Lake County. During that time she established a program that became respected state-wide in theatre educator's circles. She received her graduate degree in theatre for young audiences in 2005.

Moss currently works in BYU's Theatre Education Program teaching methods courses, Design for Education, Intermediate Directing, and she serves as a University Supervisor to theatre student teachers. She periodically teaches as adjunct faculty for the University of Utah and Westminster theatre programs. She often teaches workshops at national theatre education conferences. She is on the Board of Directors for the Utah Theatre Association and organizes and produces its annual conference. She loves to perform and can be seen acting as well as directing on local stages in plays and musicals.

In 2010, Moss and her husband Bradley Moss, were called to serve as Associate Directors of the Hill Cumorah Pageant, an 11-state trek they and their three children make yearly.

In 2014, Moss was the conference administrator of the annual Utah Theatre Association conference. Presenting workshops at the conference were, BYU part and full-time faculty, Beau Brewster, Julia Ashworth, Michael Kraczek, Rory R. Scanlon, and Douglas Ellis.

In 2015, Moss presented at the Theatre in our Schools Conference in Orem, Utah, sponsored by the American Alliance for Theatre and Education (AATE).

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