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Marisa Jones, Education Associate

Marisa Jones  

MARISA JONES

Education Associate


Marisa Jones
(she/her/hers) received a B.F.A in Theatre Education with a minor in writing from Emerson College where she was the recipient of the Phyllis A. McCullough Scholarship for Performing Arts. Marisa co-authored (Colby, Nelson) the paper, Signs of Change: New Directions in Theatre Education published in the Youth Theatre Journal. Marisa went on to earn an Ed.M. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education as part of the Arts in Education program (A.I.E.) and dedicated part of her study to a concentration in Human Development & Psychology.

Marisa joined The Huntington in the summer of 2002, after many years acting and directing in Boston, where she performed in The Crucible, To Kill a Mocking Bird, Waiting for Godot, among others, and she was also the Assistant Director for Bunnicula, one of her all-time favorite children's theatre productions, on the Emerson Mainstage. Her long tenure at The Huntington has also afforded her some unique opportunities, as she ushered in the first "open caption" event at The Huntington as part of the larger Accessibility programming, and she has written countless curriculum guides for The Huntington's premier Student Matinee series.

Marisa is a co-teacher for EPIC, The Huntington’s afterschool program serving 8th-12th grade students. Outside of The Huntington, Marisa has mentored future theatre educators at the post-secondary level at James Madison University, and currently teaches acting, history of theatre, introduction to the arts and speech at Roxbury Community College. She currently serves as a consultant and guest artist for several local arts organizations and in 2020 received her online teaching credential through Quality Matters. She is licensed to teach Communication & the Performing Arts (All Levels) in the state of Massachusetts and has been teaching, directing, and writing for students in and around the Boston area since 2000.  


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