Theatre Arts Faculty

Bob Stevenson

Bob Stevenson

Director of Theatre
Associate Professor of Theatre

Breedlove Building, room 111

Bob Stevenson has an M.F.A. in Acting from the University of Montana with a specialty in physical performance, and a B.A. in Theatre Performance from Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Ark. He has been the Director of Theatre at UAFS since 2004.

Stevenson has worked in professional theatre in Montana, Wyoming, California, and Arkansas, and also has appeared on television in the hit show Friends. He received national recognition and awards from the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts for his original productions of Imogen, CORRIGENDA (created with Kurt Smith and Michelle Green), and Drømnium (created with the cast and crew).

In addition to being Artistic Director for Theatre at UAFS, Stevenson teaches courses in acting, directing, and theatre history.

Pablo Guerra-Monje

Pablo Guerra-Monje

Associate Professor of Theatre
Production Designer

Breedlove Building, room 220

Pablo Guerra-Monje studied at the Escuela de Artes Aplicadas La Palma of Madrid (Applied Arts in Sculpture) before attending the Real Escuela Superior de Arte Dramatico to study Scenography. He moved to the United States and earned his Master of Fine Arts with a concentration in Scenic Design at the University of Memphis (Tenn.).

He worked at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque, N.M., and The Santa Fe (N.M.) Opera. After teaching at the High School level in Santa Fe and in Portsmouth, N.H., he joined the teaching staff at UAFS in 2008.

Guerra-Monje has been awarded state, regional, and national awards from the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. He also has presented his work at the Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space 2011.

In addition, Guerra-Monje was awarded the 2013-2014 Price for Innovative Teaching by the Association of Theatre in Higher Education and the Kennedy Center American Theatre College Festival, Region # VI.

Cheree Spann

Cheree Spann

Technical Director

Breedlove Building, room 120

Cheree Spann has a B.A. in Theatre: Design/Technology from the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith. She has been the Technical Director at Theatre at UAFS since 2011.

Previous experienced included working as a box office intern during the summer 2012 season of the Texas Shakespeare Festival, which the Austin American-Statesman referred to as “... indisputably the best Shakespeare festival in Texas.”

At UAFS, Spann stage-managed the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) national award-winning shows Awake and Sing! and Imogen. She also participated in the UAFS original shows Corrigenda and Aurora.

In addition, Spann has been awarded state and regional awards for stage management from KCACTF.