Rosalind Allen-Enciso is originally from New Zealand, Director of Theatre Arts Rosalind Allen Enciso came to Oaks Christian School as one of the founding teachers in 2000. Before being invited to OCS, Rosalind spent 25+ years working as a professional actor. She is well known for her work on the small and big screen, from TV series, Film appearances, and hundreds of national commercials. Since 2000, Rosalind has developed the multiple award-winning Oaks Christian Theatre Arts program and was twice nominated for a Tony Award in teaching excellence. She has directed and executive produced over 40 major theatrical productions, has created profound experiences for her students, and has left, and continues to build, a legacy in those students’ lives and the culture of the school. She has elevated the OCS Theatre Arts program to be one that is meaningful and admired.
Bradley Gosnell is a proud alumnus of Oaks Christian School, Class of 2010. He is incredibly grateful to give back to the community while imparting his experience to the next generation of students, artists, and leaders. He received his B.F.A. in Theater with an Emphasis in Acting from Texas Christian University (TCU). Gosnell has spent his time producing, performing, directing, and writing for the professional and independent world of Los Angeles theater. Bradley became a full-time member of the Oaks Christian Theater Arts program in 2020. He feels called to impart the impressive impact that Oaks Christian Arts has had in professional, collegiate, and local arts communities to his current students.
Rachel Mikhail is a seasoned theatre teacher who has been educating students since 2001. She has spent time producing theatre with students in London, Ireland, and New York. She also worked with underprivileged students giving them the chance to experience the magic of theatre. Providing educational musical theatre experiences has been the greatest joy of her career. Rachel received her Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and Communication from Azusa Pacific University and Master of Arts in Educational Theatre from New York University. Although she has taught students of every age, she has found her home in middle school. She lives with her husband Joe and two children, Benjamin and Masie, in Thousand Oaks.