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Charlotte M. Webb
Ms. Webb received a B.A. degree in Dramatic Arts with a minor in Business Management and Theater Management from North Carolina Central University. She received her Teacher Certification from East Carolina University.
She taught theatre at Goldsboro High School where she was named "Teacher of the Year 2005". She directed many plays there: The Wiz, Ain't Misbehavin', A Woman Called Truth, Annie, Mama, I Want to Sing, Don't Rock the Boat, and Cinderella an outdoor drama which featured a live horse and carriage. She moved to Raleigh, N.C. in 2005 and started working at Carnage GT Magnet Middle School. She was head
of the Drama Department and directed productions as Cinderella, Alice In Wonderland, The Wiz, Annie Jr., Charlotte's Web, Don't Rock the Boat, Once on This Island Jr., and A Christmas Carol. Other districts where she taught drama are Wilson County, NC, and Broward County, Florida.
A few of her drama productions debuted as presentations in New York and Mexico. Her drama troupe received a rank of Excellent in the North Carolina Theatre Conference (NCTC) competition. She taught drama camps in Wilson County and throughout the City of Raleigh; including hosting workshops for The City of Wilson at the Wilson Arts Council from 2005 to 2007 and Raleigh Little Theatre. While a member of Deeper Life Church Ministries, Goldsboro, NC, she directed an Easter musical entitled, For Such A One As This, which made the front page of the entertainment section of the Goldsboro News Argus.
Ms. Webb is now embracing another venture in her theatre career. "Hay Now!" Theatre Productions. "Hay, Now!", as it is affectionately referred, was birthed while teaching at Goldsboro High School (GHS). In the spring of 2001, GHS Goldsmasqures drama club partnered with "Hay Now!", took the gospel musical, Mama, I Want to Sing to the auditorium of Fike High School (Wilson, NC). The production of that performance was the catalyst for "Hay, Now!" to become what it is today.
Presently, Ms. Webb is teaching at Mills Park Middle School where she has taught drama since 2010.
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