Chair, Performing Arts
Professor, Performing Arts
Patty Maloney-Titland is Professor and Chair of Performing Arts at RCC. She has been teaching at the College since 1988 and has been Chair of the department since 1993. She is Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director of the Rockland Shakespeare Company, which has been nominated six times for an Arts Council of Rockland (ACOR) award, and is the advisor to the Campus Players club at the College.
Professor Maloney has directed numerous productions and collaborative events for RCC and the community, including performances incorporated into the schedule of events for Hispanic Heritage Month, African American History Month, Women’s History Month and Irish Culture/Heritage Month.
A professional actor, Professor Maloney earned her MFA from Catholic University of America and was also selected to study for a year at a professional theater school in Manchester, England. She received a scholarship to the Washington, DC, Arena Stage’s Actors Workshop.
- BA Theater & Political Science, SUNY Oswego, 1980
- MFA Theater, Catholic University of America, 1984
- SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Creativity and Scholarship, 2009
- RCC Foundation Person of the Year, 2012
- Recognition for 25 years of dedicated service to RCC, 2012
- Arts Council of Rockland Award, Educator of the Year, 2011
- RCC Foundation Leadership Award, 2008
- Arena Stage Scholarship, Washington DC, 1984
- Play Festival Award Winner, Alexandria, VA (play produced for local cable station), 1983
- Chair, Performing Arts Department, since 1993
- Co-Founder/Co-Artistic Director, Rockland Shakespeare Company, since 1998
- Vice President, Board of Directors, Penguin Repertory Company, since 2011
- Screen Actors Guild (SAG-AFTRA)
- Actors Equity Association (AEA)
- Society of American Fight Directors (SAFD)