Director's Page

The Off-Broadway Directors

Welcome to Mr.Archer & Mr.Martinez's Theater Classroom Website!

With the hope to keep you up to date with information concerning all classroom assignments/projects for this school year!

You may also access several documents that are linked through our google drive!

If you have any questions after referencing our website please do not hesitate to contact us!

Sincerely,

Waldron Archer: warcher@alvinisd.net

Jaime Martinez: jmartinez4@alvinisd.net



Phone # 346-215-6560

Phone # 346-347-4097

Theatre Classroom D121 & D125


Directors BIO's Below

Waldron Archer, B.A.

Waldron Archer is a proud alum of Stephen F. Austin State University where he was the Assistant Workshop Director at SFA High School Summer Workshop.

He began his teaching career at Nolan Ryan Junior High School before starting the multi-award winning Manvel Junior High Arrowhead Theatre. While working at Manvel Jr High School he was named lead junior high theatre teacher for Alvin ISD.

He directed You Can't Take It With You and co-directed Children of A Lesser God, Bob, Proof, and Eurydice for Manvel High School.

He and his husband, Robert Archer (Director of Kempner Theater, in FBISD) have a dog named Piranha and live in Houston, Texas.


Jaime Martinez, B.A.

University of Houston, University of St. Thomas

Mr. Jaíme Martinez is the Technical Theatre Arts Director at Shadow Creek High School. He has taught theatre for thirteen years, ten at the high school level and three at the junior high level. While teaching at the high school level, he competed in the TUTS Tommy Tunes Awards, and his team was nominated for best lighting design, best scenic design and best set crew.

Prior to his teaching career, he was the Technical Director and Resident Lighting Designer at Talento Bilingüe de Houston. He was also a freelance theatrical lighting designer in the Houston area and worked with many dance and theatre companies. Mr. Martinez has his bachelor of arts degree in Theatre from the University of Houston. While studying at U of H, he worked at the Cullen Performance Hall on over 150 productions from touring companies in and around Houston and from around the world. He was also a staff member of the Texas Thespian Festival, an organization that fosters theatre excellence. Mr. Martinez is also a member of U.S.I.T.T.

A native to San Antonio, his theatrical career started at a young age, with a debut role as Scrooge in A Christmas Carol. His passion is teaching and is honored to join the Shark family. He is looking forward to meeting each and every one of his students to continue the tradition of theatre excellence.