Patricia Tulli-Hawkridge, MFA


Highest degree earned: MFA, Dramatic Arts with a concentration in Acting & Speech, George Washington University

PCSCE faculty member Patricia Tulli-Hawkridge

Current Employer: Adjunct Professor – Providence College Department of Theatre, Dance & Film

Significant projects: Theatre Director, currently directing a production of The Year of Magical Thinking by Joan Didion for The Players at Barker Playhouse. April 2021
Speech and Dialect Consultant for area colleges/universities; high schools; local theatres and businesses including the Rhode Island Department of Education’s Center for Teacher Certification and Excellence; creator/instructor of vocal workshop: Speaking Effectively: Sharpening your Vocal Image
Arts Integration Specialist offering professional development for middle and high school classroom teachers interested in learning how to teach various academic disciplines through the Arts

Biography: Patricia Tulli-Hawkridge is the founder/artistic director of LaVoce: Theatre That Speaks as well as a RI Teaching Artist specializing in Arts Integration through the RI State Council on the Arts. For over a decade, Pat served as an Associate Professor and Chairperson of the Theatre Arts Department at Salve Regina University.

In addition, Pat has taught theatre and speech classes for Brown University, University of Rhode Island, Community College of Rhode Island, Rhode Island College, Wheaton College, and the George Washington University.

In Spring of 2014, Pat completed her Certificate of Advanced Study in Arts Integration from the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC.

Pat was recognized with the Providence College 2019 Adjunct Excellence in Teaching Award

Courses taught: Introduction to Oral Communication; Fundamentals of Public Speaking; Introduction to Acting