Staff

Aaron Anthony Bonilla - Camp Director

Aaron has been with Kingmen for three summers and is very thrilled to return with Camp Shakespeare. He has spent 12 years devoted to theatre production, performance and education. As a graduate of the Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts, Aaron brings a unique skill set to Camp. Macbeth, Julius Caesar and an adaptation of Titus Andronicus are examples of Camp productions with excellent challenges that time and time again, our talented campers meet with great success.Comedy and Tragedy are all up for grabs during Camp, which creates an educational and remembered experience. Aaron leads Camp Shakespeare with the notion that Camp can be more than fun and laughter; it can coexist with education and acting craft. Joining us this summer will create exciting conversations of intrigue with your child about the day playing with "Abo" (an affectionate name given to Aaron by Campers) and Camp Shakespeare. This summer, come shake hands with Shakespeare.

Michael McCambridge

Michael McCambridge brings 40 years of educational and drama experience to Kingsman. During this time, he has directed drama programs in K-12 schools, community and professional theatre, and founded two theatre companies. Michael has directed numerous plays and musical productions for professional companies, community theatre, and in K-12 school settings. Currently along with being chair of Teacher Education in the CLU School of Education, he is teaching the Creative Drama course for the CLU Theatre Arts and is directing Grace and Glorie for the ELATE theatre company. Michael holds a BA in Communication (theatre emphasis) from Ohio University, Masters of Science degree in school administration fromPepperdine University, and an Ed. D. in school administration from the University of San Francisco.

Barbara Wegher-Thompson

Barbara holds a BA and MA in Dance from UCLA with an emphasis in Performance and Choreography. She received her certification in Alexander Technique from the Alexander Foundation of Philadelphia in 1991. She currently teaches Stage Movement and Alexander Technique. The many musicals she has choreographed at CLU include Westside Story, Cabaret, Annie Get Your Gun, Kiss Me Kate, and Anything Goes. She directed numerous productions for the theatre department's touring children's theatre. Most recently she assisted with the movement and choreography for Pericles, Prince of Tyre.

Instructors for the 2014 Program (TBD)

Aaron Anthony Bonilla - Strong acting, voice, moment, stage combat, and teaching experience