Annie Hinton will be teaching Beginning Acting at City College in the Fall. She taught for City in the past and we're delighted she's returning.
Annie is an Independent Theatre Artist with numerous teaching, acting, writing, directing and producing credits here in San Diego and elsewhere. Originally from Wyoming, she received her MFA in Acting from the University of Washington’s Professional Actor Training Program in Seattle. She has taught Acting, Playwriting, Acting for the Camera, Voice and Speech, Intro to Theatre, Dramatic Literature, Cinema as Art and Theatre History.
A Founder of the Actors Alliance of San Diego and former Artistic Director for Planned Parenthood’s images theatre, she has worked as a dialect coach for La Jolla Playhouse, Cygnet Theatre, New Village Arts, and Moonlight Theatre as well as a teaching artist for Playwright’s Project, the Old Globe Theatre, and La Jolla Playhouse. An exuberant Freeway-Flyer Professor of many years, she has traveled thousands of miles teaching at USD, UCSD, SDSU, Cal State San Marcos, University of Wyoming, and Mesa, City, Grossmont, and Southwestern Colleges.
As an actress, Annie has been seen regionally at Seattle Rep, Old Globe Theatre, Empty Space Theatre, A Contemporary Theatre, Seattle Children’s Theatre, and New Mexico Rep. Local theatre credits include: San Diego Rep, Cygnet Theatre, Ion Theatre, Diversionary Theatre, North Coast Rep, Gaslamp Quarter Theatre, and the Avo Playhouse. Film/TV credits: Bring It On, 29th & Gay, Outta Time, The Jenni Project (Disney), Veronica Mars and many others. Her plays have won several awards: Dorland Mountain Arts Grant (Cecil Without Artie); San Diego Public Arts Grant (MotherTongues); Best of Fest, Actors Alliance Festival (O’Lanskey, Sweet Dreams For A.J.). She will be seen in Well at Diversionary Theatre next and will direct Clybourne Park for Palomar College next Spring.