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Anne Nolan

Anne Nolan

Department of Theatre
Division of Communication
School of Fine Arts and Communication



  • MFA, Fine Arts, Bob Jones University
  • BA, Interpretative Speech, Bob Jones University



Anne Nolan is an assistant professor with more than 30 years of teaching experience. She has a BA in Interpretative Speech and an MFA in Drama and Voice. Her love of theatre and music is evident in her work in over 50 vespers, Living Gallery, Classic Players, and Performance Hall productions and shows in the Greenville area. Anne currently teaches courses in Stage Movement, Staging Literature, and Acting, and directs student solo performances as well as directing students in Performance Hall productions. She has spent 20 years teaching public speaking, Oral Communication for the Professions, and Classroom Communication for Education majors. She is passionate about engaging youth in the fine arts and spends her summers directing and developing Theatre EduCamps for all ages. 

Anne is currently in full-time graduate school pursuing a degree in Speech-Language Pathology. In addition to full-time coursework, she is completing clinical hours for certification. She is also a Certified Autism Specialist (IBCCES). 

At home, Anne is a busy mom keeping with four active children, a spoiled dog, and a rescue cat. Both she and her husband, John, are active within their community. Anne is a board member of two youth-based nonprofit organizations and has volunteered with resume writing and interview coaching with Upstate Warrior Solution. John is an assistant professor in the Division of Art, Owner of Greenville History and Culinary Tours, and former curator of the Bob Jones Museum & Gallery.