Dana Case has been an adjunct professor at Palomar College since 1993, where she teaches acting and introduction to theatre, and directs main stage productions. She feels very fortunate to work with the diverse and talented community at Palomar each semester. Dana earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Acting from Cornell University and a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from California State University, Long Beach. She moved to Southern California when offered an acting internship with the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego. Since then, she has made her home in Vista and has worked and played throughout Southern California. She has been a member of SAG-AFTRA since 2001 and is an ensemble member at New Village Arts Theatre in Carlsbad where she has worked extensively as an actor and a director since 2004. Dana has been happily married to Bill Bradbury (Professor of Music at CSUSM) since 1987, and they are the proud parents of Chase Bradbury. Dana’s other teaching experience includes: CSUSM, USD, UCSD Extension, Old Globe Theatre, San Diego Institute for Arts Education, and San Diego Junior Theatre.