Actor : director : teacher

Teacher

Molly Noble : TeacherMolly Noble serves on the faculty of the College of Marin Drama Department, teaching Beginning Acting, Movement and Voice For the Actor and Introduction to the Theatre. She directs annually on the COM Main Stage and in the Studio Theatre: recent productions include  Chekhov’s Seagull, Shaw’s Misalliance, Charles Mee’s Big Love and Alan Ball’s Five Women Wearing The Same Dress.

Additionally, Molly spent a year as special guest faculty at the American School, London. She directed The Crucible and Much Ado About Nothing as well as teaching acting in the high school drama department.

Pictured at right: the cast of Days of Being Mild, by Julian Xuan Wang and directed by Molly Noble, performed February 2012 at Dinkelspiel Auditorium at Stanford University as part of Stegner Shorts at Stanford (Word for Word Performing Arts company).

 

Much Ado About Nothing
Much Ado About Nothing |
The American School, London
“Ms. Noble helped us to love ourselves as actors and show the same support for our peers. Her positivity is contagious and I feel so lucky to have worked with her as a student actor.”
– ASL  Student