Carrie Reiberg
Mrs. Carrie Reiberg

Phone: 317.226.2810


Degrees and Certifications:

B.A. Theatre and Drama, Indiana University Bloomington B.A. Secondary Education, Indiana University Bloomington M.S. Effective Teaching and Leadership, Butler University

Mrs. Carrie Reiberg


Hello! My name is Carrie Reiberg and I am an Indianapolis native and graduate of Indiana University where I received my Bachelor of the Arts in Theatre and Drama. I then went on to study theatre at The Shakespeare Theatre in Washington D.C.  and The Atlantic Theatre Company in New York. I have over 15 years of teaching experience in the area of theatre and drama. My favorite directing credits include: Beauty and the Beast, Grease, Annie, The Diviners, Bang-Bang You’re Dead, Romeo and Juliet, Servant of Two Masters, Hairspray, The Wiz, Godpsell, The Katrina Project: Hell in High Water, All in the Timing, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare: Abridged, The Servant of Two Masters, and Hush: An Interview with America.  I am a recipient of the National Society of Arts and Letters scholarship for outstanding dramatic performance and I was a teacher of the year nominee during my tenure at Decatur Central High School as well as having received multiple top ten teacher recognition awards during my time at Warren Central High School. Last year I was honored to serve Shortridg High School as our teacher of the year representative for IPS. I was also a top 10 finalist for the IPS teacher of the year for the 2017-2018 school year. I am currently finishing my masters degree in Effective Teaching and Leadership (METL) at Butler University where I am focusing on the importance of student voice in school culture. I am married to my best friend and partner Eric (Shortridge Alum) and am the proud mother to Lucas and Julia.  My favorite play is Thornton Wilder’s Our Town because I lovet the way it teaches the audience about the simplicity and complicated nature of life.  My favorite quote is from that play when Mrs. Gibbs says, “People were meant to go through life two by two.  It ain’t natural to be lonesome.”