Jacqueline Donnaruma has several years of experience teaching and directing students of all ages throughout New York City and the Capital Region. She is most passionate about making Shakespeare more accessible to grade school students and has created abridged versions of his plays for student study and performance. Jacqueline serves as the director of the theatre arts school at Steamer 10 Theatre. She has also served as an adjunct professor at The College of Saint Rose where she taught acting and improvisation to students with special needs. In addition, she has performed with various theatre companies in NYC and Upstate New York. Jacqueline holds a BA in Theatre and Dramatic Literature from Wheaton College and a MA in Educational Theatre from New York University.