Mary Christa Jaramillo-Bolin

Instructor of Theatre Arts, Interlochen Arts Camp

M.Ed., Secondary Education, University of Tennessee; B.A, English Language and Literature: Writing, University of Tennessee; A.S. Theatre Arts, Chattanooga State College; Certificate, Acting, Chattanooga State College

Mary Christa recently completed her Master of Education, currently teaches acting and improvisation with Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga, and is a certified instructor of Anne Green Gilbert's revolutionary brain-compatible dance education technique. Her primary graduate research centered on the correlation between adolescent arts participation and academic achievement. She is proud to mark her ninth year at ICA, and her sixth year teaching Juniors. Mary Christa has worked extensively both behind the scenes and on the stage on such productions as Rumors, Colonel Pilate, Talking With…, Beauty and the Beast, The Scarlet Letter, and King of the Woods.