Mark Tambone

Mask at the PCCC Theater

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FACULTY

 


Mark Tambone (Mark Antony Tambone) was hired as a full-time English Department Instructor in 2008. He teaches Dramatic Writing, Composition I and II, Introduction to Literature, Public Speaking, Critical Thinking, and Directing for the Stage. He is also the secretary for the College Writing Committee and a member of the Distinguished Lecturer Series. Professor Tambone is currently in the Master’s of Fine Arts Program for Professional and Creative Writing at William Paterson University where he is focusing on playwriting. He is also a judge and director for the North Jersey Playwright Competition and plans to submit his own two-act play, ARCADE, for the 2011 competition.  A New Jersey resident for his entire life, he has also traveled to California and New York City to study theater and acting.


Professor Tambone has been dedicated to acting, writing, directing, and producing theater and short films for the past fourteen years. His most recent acting roles include the lead in an original play for the Short Play Lab located at the Where Eagles Dare Studios in Manhattan. He also played the “Town Sheriff” for a New Jersey-based independent film. When not grading essays at the local coffee house, Mark also enjoys exploring new restaurants, attending the theater, cooking, acting, writing, traveling, and directing.


Assistant Professor, 2008
M.A., William Paterson University
B.A., William Paterson University


E-mail:  mtambone@pccc.edu
Office:  E-210
Phone:  973-684-5547