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Meet Our Directors

Adam W. Delka

Director of Theatre

Adam W. Delka started performing with the Superior Thespians, in his hometown of Superior, NE. He is a graduate of the musical theatre program from the American Musical & Dramatic Academy (AMDA) of NYC. Adam also holds a Bachelor of Arts, music (BA) and a Master of Arts in Education, music (MAT), both from Austin College in Sherman, TX. Adam is a full-time teacher, director, choreographer, and performer. The 2023-2024 academic year will mark Adam’s 17th year in education and his 4th year at Bridgeland High School. This is in addition to teaching private voice lessons, teaching classes at the Stageworks Acting Academy and the Tribble School for the Performing Arts, and maintaining a professional performance and directing career in the Houston theatre community. Adam received the BroadwayWorld Houston award for 2013 Best Choreography with MJR Theatrical's Little Shop of Horrors. He directed the HFAC/Stageworks production of Les Misérables, which received the award for 2014 Best Musical. He was awarded the 2015 award for best Choreography award for Evita, and was nominated in several categories in both 2016 and 2017. In 2020, Adam also received the first-ever Thespis Award from the Texas Thespians Association for his work as a full theatre Director and performing artist.

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Ms. Allison McLain

Technical Theatre Director

Allison McLain started her theatre career at Bleyl Middle School and then went on to become a thespian at Cypress Creek High School here in CFISD. She graduated from Montclair State University where she earned a Bachelor in Fine Arts (BFA) in Design, Technology, and Management with an emphasis in Management. She has worked on numerous productions and events; some of the most notable being the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and the New York Premier of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Masquerade with White Plains Performing Arts Center. Allison enjoyed her time immensely in New Jersey/New York, but is very excited to be back home and teaching the future of the industry we all love! It is wonderful that she is now the full-time teacher after a year of her long-term subbing and she is ecstatic to see what this year brings!

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