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August D'Angelo is a playwright and English teacher living in Montclair, NJ.

He directed his playwriting debut, ZABAIONE FOR TWO IN NEW JERSEY at Cafe Eclectic, 444 Bloomfield Ave, Montclair NJ, in August 2010.

www.newjerseyfor2.com

August has been a teacher of English for 12 years.

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Writer, Director Montclair, NJ
Teacher of English Montclair, NJ
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Writer, Director

Category: Acting / Drama
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ZABAIONE FOR TWO IN NEW JERSEY: A PLAY IN ONE ACT | @ CAFE ECLECTIC, 444 Bloomfield Ave, Montclair NJ

August 13, 27, 28 @ 8PM and 29 @ 3PM

JESS is struggling with his decision to be a vegetarian. On some days he craves meat intensely and on others nothing could possibly be more repulsive to him. While dining at a swanky restaurant with long-lost friend, KEITH, he experiences a hallucination inspired by FEDELLA, the waitress, whose enticing character creates a comedic story about love, food, and New Jersey.

Starring Miriam Tabb (Caligula Maximus) as Fedella and Peter Kendall (Fire Island) as Jess.

Music by Jim Bruening (The Aviator, Lord of the Rings)

For Tickets, Call: 1-800-838-3006
Relevant Education / Credentials
M.A. Middlebury College
Years Experience: 3

Teacher of English

Category: Education
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Teacher of English
Pequannock Township High School
(Education Management industry)
September 2004 — June 2010 (5 years 10 months)
• Designed and taught two English IV, college prep courses, aimed at reinvigorating student interest: "Why We Fight" and "Postmodernism."

• Utilize student-centered and cooperative learning through creative lesson planning and projects like: Odyssey Olympics, Shakespearean dumbshows, vocabulary dramas, and guerrilla theater.

• Served as Interact Club, Community Service Adviser.

• Proposed school-wide Community Service Day for 800 students and 90 faculty members.

Teacher of English
Bernards High School
(Education Management industry)
September 2001 — June 2004 (2 years 10 months)
• Prioritized student centered and cooperative learning.

• Taught native speakers of Chinese, Guarani, Korean, Persian, Serbo-Croatian and Spanish, in Skills Improvement Program.

• Rutgers Academic Challenge team advisor: Regional Champions!

• Assistant lacrosse coach for BHS’s first year team.

Teacher of English
Montclair High School
(Educational Institution; Education Management industry)
September 1999 — June 2001 (1 year 10 months)
• Taught eleventh grade high honors English, incorporating regular use of cooperative and student-centered learning for Oedipus, Medea, Antigone, six contemporary plays, and Hamlet. In this setting, students enacted scenes from plays and created masks for Greek tragedy. They also utilized Aristotle’s Poetics and Miller’s tenets from “Tragedy and the Common Man,” demanding of them writing, reading, speaking and thinking on a college preparatory level.

• Made film critics of eleventh and twelfth grade students in a comprehensive Film and Literature course of my design where they used literary, dramatic, and cinematic analysis to write their own film reviews, create original storyboards, and critique films involving Expressionism, The French New Wave, auteur theory, Alfred Hitchcock, and contribu
Relevant Education / Credentials
M.A. Middlebury College
Years Experience: 12