Associate Professor of Drama
Previously to arriving to Delta Drama, Ms. Temple served as a core faculty member at the National Theatre Conservatory in Denver, Colorado. In addition she has taught at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, University of Colorado at Denver, University of Denver, Denver School of the Arts, Studio 33 and Stanford University. Directing credits include Shipwrecked, Men in Film and Top Girls (National Theatre Conservatory), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Steamboat Springs), Savage in Limbo, American Notes, and Abundance, (Sis Tryst, Denver), Stage Door (Byron Theatre, University of Denver), On Golden Pond, Steel Magnolias and Driving Miss Daisy (SHO at the Barth Hotel, Denver) and Date* for Off-Center @ The Jones, as well as at The Scottsdale Center for Performing Arts in Arizona. She has been a member of Actor’s Equity Association for twenty-five years appearing on stage regionally and in New York City. Film work includes the role of Dianne Feinstein in the film “Milk” directed by Gus Van Sant. Ms. Temple received her BFA from New York University and her MFA in acting from the Yale School of Drama.