Solange Bila, SAG & AFTRA, has directed eight Main Stage productions and three Stage I productions at Wagner College. She began her journey eight years ago with Wagner, implementing her "Triple Threat" program to the curriculum. She is a member of the Screen Actors Guild and The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. She is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Her career began on the New York stage with "The Women" and "Middle of the Night". She went on to act in three major films. Solange has directed more than thirty productions on Staten Island with the Actor's Workshop (a drama school which she created and owned), Community Theater, and three productions at St. Joseph By The Sea H.S. In addition to directing at Wagner, she is currently writing a children's book when not watching her daughter, Jedediah Bila, on television.
ACT Classes: Full-Year Director, Summer Musical Scene Study Director, Summer Dramatic Scene Study & Acting for Adults