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About Rebecca M. Baker, M.A.

Professor Baker combines training in theatre with her license in speech-language pathology to focus on vocal arts for performance. Before returning to the theatre faculty in 2000, she managed a hospital-based professional voice clinic. She teaches acting, voice, and movement courses as well as serving as director and vocal coach. Her acting experience includes community theatre, film, and educational videos. She is the author of When You Don’t See His Hand: the Nadine Hennesey Story, published by Discovery House, which features a Cedarville alumni now serving in Kosovo. She has taught theatre classes as part of missions outreach overseas. Professor Baker retired in 2017.

Positions

Present Emerita Associate Professor of Theatre, Cedarville University Department of Art, Design, and Theatre
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Honors and Awards

  • Best Collegiate Production of a Play Honorable Mention (Director), DayTony Awards - 2011
  • Best Production of Musical (Director) - 2009
  • Best Ensemble in a Musical (Director) - 2007
  • Award of Excellence (Director) - 2004
  • Faculty Service Award, Cedarville University - 2006

Courses

  • Acting I and II
  • Stage Movement
  • Techniques of American Musical Theatre
  • The Christian in Theatre
  • Voice and Diction
  • Voice for the Performer

Education

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1996 M.A., University of Cincinnati
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1975 M.A., Bob Jones University
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1973 B.A., Bob Jones University
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Contact Information

Department of Art, Design, and Theatre
Cedarville University
HSC 239
937-766-7836

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Books (1)

Articles (7)

Theatre Productions: Director (12)

Theatre Productions (1)

Theatre Productions: Actor (2)

Theatre Productions: Dialect/Voice Coach (11)