Angela Hunt holds a Ph.D. in theatre from the University of Colorado Boulder where she taught theatre courses, worked with Interactive Theatre Project and Theatre Without Borders, and served as a production dramaturg and assistant director. She presented her social justice dramaturgy work with the CU’s production of 14 at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C, and was the recipient of the KCACTF Dramaturgy award.
She developed the pedagogical method Collaborative Dramaturgy for Student Activism (CDSA) with a focus on using Shakespeare in secondary classrooms to engage students in solving social problems in local communities. She currently continues this work as a teacher in the language arts department at Fairview High School in Boulder, Colorado. As a musical theatre performer she has worked with many regional theatre companies including Theatre West Virginia, Hip Hip Heredia in N.Y.C., TADA and the Haymarket Theatre in Lincoln, NE, and Actors Rep and Black Swan Shakespeare Company in Provo, UT. She currently lives in Gilpin County, Colorado with her three sons, husband, a cat and a dog. In her free time she loves performing in musical theatre productions with her boys and best friend, dancing, hiking, finding amazing vintage clothes, playing piano, reading, and (attempting) to write new plays and musicals.