Precious B. Stone, MA, MFA
Precious B. Stone received a BA in Film and Theatre Studies from Yale University, an MA in Folklore from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and an MFA in Drama with a concentration in film and video production from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Precious has directed numerous main stage productions, including The Colored Museum, The Children’s Hour, Las Meninas, The Amen Corner, The Bald Soprano and most recently a sold out production of A Raisin in the Sun on CCBC’s Catonsville Mainstage. Precious also produces and directs dramatic and documentary videos, including the award winning The African Textile Collection of Mrs. Mattye Reed; the short narrative Across the Atlantic, which has been screened at festivals in the US and abroad; and Mary Burrill’s Aftermath: Connecting with the Past through Drama, a documentary about the Black experience during World War I as seen through the 1917 play Aftermath. Precious is an Associate Professor in the departments of Communications Arts and Performing Arts & Humanities at the Community College of Baltimore County.