Nathan R. Miles, Artistic Director


Nathan is the co-founder and Artistic Director of New Antiquities Theatre Company. He holds an Associate of Arts from New Mexico Junior College,  a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre with an emphasis in Performance from West Texas A&M University, and a Masters of Arts in Theatre from Regent University. He has directed over twenty productions at the collegiate and community level, participated in the American Association of Community Theatres Festival for seven years, is a board member for Theatre New Mexico, and is involved in the middle schools as a sub-contractor for the theatre programs. His awards and honors include the Omega Award for Outstanding Featured Performer for his work in The Madness of George III, Outstanding Actor at both State and Regional festivals for AACTF for his one man performance in Hamlet, and his productions have been honored with awards for acting, design, stage crew, and earned performance slots at regional festivals.


Marissa Davis, Executive Director


Marissa is the Executive Director of New Antiquities Theatre Company and is a 2012 graduate of Hobbs High School, after which she attended Texas Christian University. She holds both a Bachelors and Masters degree in Accounting, matriculating in 2017 with her Masters, and is currently pursuing her CPA license. Marissa works as a kindergarten teacher at Will Rogers Elementary. She has been involved with the theatre since an early age and looks forward to combining both her background in business administration and her passion for theatre with her teaching experience. For New Antiquities, she has performed in You Are Special, As You Like It, and was the director of Don't Listen to What it Sounds Like.


Claudia Acosta, Director of Education


 Claudia is the Director of Education for New Antiquities Theatre Company. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education from Eastern New Mexico University.  She is currently a third grade teacher in the community, where she runs an after school theatre program. She has been involved with New Antiquities since their first season, performing in Oleanna and acting as the Assistant Director for Nunsense as well as Stage Manager for A Moon for the Misbegotten. As Director of Education, Claudia has run theatre camps for children through the Western Heritage Museum and Lea County Cowboy Hall of Fame as part of the Theatrica Exhibit, and through the New Mexico Junior College Summer Kids' College program. She also oversees the New Antiquities Youth Series, selecting material and directing productions for it. 

Sarah Bunch, Director of Marketing


Sarah is the Director of Marketing for New Antiquities Theatre Company and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in Graphic Design From Eastern New Mexico University. A few days after graduation, Sarah began her eight-month stay in Orlando, Florida as a Cast Member at Walt Disney World through the Disney College Program. She now works for the Economic Development Corporation of Lea County (EDCLC) as the Coordinator of Digital Media, where she designs pieces for the EDCLC, EnergyPlex, Live.Work.Play. and FlyHobbs brands. Sarah has been participating in theatre since her senior year of High School in 2010, and recently received an award for Outstanding Performance In A Supporting Role from Theatre New Mexico for her performance as Laura Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie. She is also a current board member for Theatre New Mexico. Sarah is excited for the opportunity to continue persuing her passion for the arts through New Antiquities Theatre Company.