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Framingham Public Schools Welcomes New Theater Director and Teacher at Fuller Middle School

FPS Seal LogoFramingham Public Schools

 Robert A. Tremblay, Ed.D., Superintendent of Schools

Donna Wresinski, Director
Fine & Performing Arts Department
73 Mount Wayte Avenue, Suite #5

Framingham, Massachusetts 01702
Telephone: 508-782-7770


 

Framingham Public Schools Welcomes New Theater Director and Teacher at Fuller Middle School

Friday, July 12, 2019 (Framingham, MA): On behalf of Fuller Middle School and the Fine and Performing Arts Department, Framingham Public Schools welcomes Olivia Moriarty as the new full time Theatre Teacher and Director at Fuller Middle School.

"It is my pleasure to welcome Olivia to the already very strong team of theatre directors and teachers in Framingham," said Donna Wresinski, Director of the Fine and Performing Arts Department. "I am confident Olivia will continue to bring professional quality theatre experiences to our Fuller community and will be an active player in the community and a strong contributor to our vibrant arts scene."


Olivia Moriarty  

Olivia Moriarty was born and raised in Framingham, just around the corner from Fuller Middle School! She attended Framingham Public Schools and is a graduate of the award-winning Framingham High School Drama Company, where she served as President during her senior year. Olivia earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Education/Acting from Emerson College, and is working towards her Master of Arts degree in Theatre Directing from Roosevelt University's Chicago College of Performing Arts. Olivia has spent the last several years as a middle school theatre teacher and director, as well as a freelance choreographer at various middle schools and high schools across Massachusetts. Additionally, Olivia was recently elected to the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild (METG) Middle School Division Council. When not directing or performing theatre herself, Olivia can be seen performing with contemporary dance company, Nozama Dance Collective, based in Cambridge. 

About the Fine and Performing Arts Department
The award-winning Fine and Performing Arts Department of Framingham Public Schools challenges students creatively and academically, approaching all art forms with hands-on learning that inspires a life-long passion for the arts. Within well-equipped art studios, theaters, music rooms, dance labs, and classrooms students explore a wide variety of arts techniques and approaches. All students develop an appreciation for the fundamental and integral tenets of all the art forms and create their own artistic voice to prepare them to be a contributor to the world's cultural economy. Follow Framingham Public Schools Fine & Performing Arts (@FraminghamFPA) on Facebook and on Instagram

About Framingham Public Schools
The mission of the Framingham Public Schools is to educate each student to learn and live productively as a critically-thinking, responsible citizen in a multicultural, democratic society by providing academically challenging instructional programs taught by highly-qualified staff and supported by comprehensive services in partnership with our entire community. For news, updates, and announcements, follow Framingham Public Schools (@FraminghamPS) on FacebookTwitter, and (@framinghamschools) on Instagram. You can also join the conversation using #FraminghamSchools.

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