Professor of Education and Integrated Arts; Coordinator of Integrated Arts M.Ed. Program; CAGS in Arts Leadership and Learning Coordinator; Distinguished Teaching Award, 2003
BA, BS, University of New Hampshire; MA, Emerson College; PhD, New York University
Office: (603)-535-2647, Cell: (603)-254-9599 (email preferred)
Rounds Hall 030
About Professor Lindberg
Dr. Patricia Lindberg is a professor with joint appointments in the Department of Elementary Education and Childhood Studies and the Department of Educational Leadership, Learning and Curriculum. She is coordinator of the M.Ed. option in Integrated Arts and the CAGS option in Arts, Leadership and Learning. She is the artistic director of Educational Theatre Collaborative, and TIGER (Theatre Integrating Guidance, Education and Responsibility), a professional educational theatre company that has performed for over 290,000 school children across New England. In fall 2012, TIGER will premiere a new television pilot in collaboration with NHPTV. Dr. Lindberg was also the founder and artistic director of the Kearsarge Arts Theatre Company (KAT), a large summer arts and theatre program, from 1983-2012. Throughout her career, Dr. Lindberg has directed close to one hundred educational theatre productions including performances in the United States, Ireland, England, South Africa, New Zealand and Lithuania.
- Lindberg, Trish (2011) Pollyanna!, Dramatic Publishing, Inc., Woodstock, Illinois.
- Lindberg, Trish (2011). Bystander Blues, Dramatic Publishing, Inc. Woodstock, Illinois.
- Lindberg, Trish (2011). Bringing literacy alive through the power of the arts. NH Journal of Education (14).
- Lindberg, Trish (2005). From page to stage. NH Journal of Education (9).
- Lindberg, Trish (1998). Hyacinths to Feed the Soul. CD, New London, NH: Hollow Hills Press, 1998.
Awards or Recognition
- 2010 Gold Circle Achievement Award, given by the New Hampshire Partners in Education for TIGER (Theatre Integrating Guidance, Education and Responsibility)
- 2007 Edie Excellence in Education Award, given by the New Hampshire Profile Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa and the NH Department of Education
- 2007 Excellence in Children’s Theatre Award, given by the New Hampshire Theatre Awards
- 2004 New Hampshire Professor of the Year Award, given by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education
- 2003 National Youth Theatre Director of the Year Award, given by the American Alliance for Theatre and Education (AATE)
- Integrated Arts
- Transformation Through the Arts
- Graduate Practicum in Integrated Arts (Graduate)
- Puppetry Workshop (Graduate)
- Integrating the Arts (Graduate)
- Arts and Learning (Graduate)
- Multi-Disciplinary Arts Experiences for Children (Graduate)
- Educational Theatre: Process to Performance (Graduate)
- Externship (Graduate)