Rozalynn Fulton (Community Theatre of Greensboro) is the Education and Artistic Director for Community Theatre of Greensboro in Greensboro, North Carolina (CTG). She grew up in Columbia, South Carolina. She attended North Carolina A&T State University (Aggie Pride) and became part of the CTG family in August 2000. Roz has loved being involved with CTG for the past 17 years and being able to enrich the lives of young people across our community. In 2005 she kicked off CTG’s Youth Theatre giving young people the opportunity to perform in many different roles and in 2006 she started CTG’s Centerstage Youth Performing Group. This talented group of kids, ages 7-18, have performed at Carowinds and Busch Gardens. They have also won numerous awards including Outstanding Overall Performance at the Junior Theatre Festival under her direction. Roz has worked with many public schools providing theatrical workshops and classes including a school for immigrants and refugee students. In 2013 she started a program for High School students who are interested in learning how to direct, choreograph, music direct and stage manage. This program produces 1 Broadway Kids show each year. Under her leadership the youth department at Community Theatre now runs many after school programs, over 40 summer camps, 6 youth productions a year and many other wonderful theater educational opportunities for young people. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and shopping. Roz and her husband, Jevon, live in McLeansville with their daughters, Tiana, Iyanna, Morgan, their son, Elijah and their dog Lilly.