|Division of Theatre Arts, Production and Arts Administration (TAPAA)
|Denton Yockey, Division Head
and Professor of Arts Administration
|Patti Hall, Administrative Secretary
|Sharon Stith, Financial Administrator||556-9439||CC||4750|
|Robin Guarino, Opera Department Chair||556-9540||DVAC||323|
|Aubrey Berg, Musical Theatre Chair||556-9451||CC||4764|
|Richard Hess, Acting Department Chair||556-9575||CC||4770|
|Jiang Qi, Dance Department Chair
|Jean Hamilton, Director of Arts Administration
|Michele Kay, Theatre Design & Production Chair||556-9440||CC||3700|
|Sound Design GA Office||556-9774||CC||1463|
Title: Professor of Musical Theatre; Chairman, Department of Musical Theatre; Patricia A. Corbett Distinguished Chair of Musical Theatre
Office: 4764 Corbett Cntr Perform Arts
Aubrey Berg studied directing at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, British Drama League (London), British Council (Stratford-upon-Avon) and with Robert Mohr, Nat Brenner and Burnet Hobgood. A native of South Africa, he was resident director and dramaturge for the Performing Arts Council and artistic director of the President Theatre in Johannesburg. He has served as head of the theater programs at Catawba College in North Carolina and Birmingham-Southern College in Alabama.
Berg's productions for professional, educational and community groups have been given in Birmingham, Chicago, Detroit and London. He has won a DALRO Award Citation in Johannesburg, Joseph Jefferson Award citations in Chicago, Obelisk Awards in Birmingham and Cincinnati Entertainment , Acclaim and Post-Corbett Awards (Cincinnati). He has given seminars at regional and national meetings including the American Theatre Association, Southeastern Theatre Conference, Newcomen Society and Danforth Society.
Berg has headed the Musical Theater program at CCM for the past twenty-four years and is delighted to have graduates working on-stage on Broadway, Off-Broadway, in national tours and abroad. In 2010, he received the League of Cincinnati Theatres Award of Excellence and was elected to the CEA Hall of Fame.