EDUCATION Bachelor of Arts Degree: 2003 Theatre Design and Production /Minor: Studio ArtUniversity of Northern Iowa
WORK EXPERIENCE EDUCATION PROGRAMS MANAGER 1/2018- Present- Shubert Theater, New Haven, CT ▪Plan and execute Shubert Educational Programs within Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School, New Haven, CT ▪Work with Coop Faculty/Staff on departmental productions (Jazz Band, Choir, Strings, Dance, Theater, Art, Writing) ▪Assist teachers with cross curricular lesson planning involving Theater Design/Production related subjects ▪Plan, develop, teach lessons, and ormat programs for campers ages 10-14 for Shubert Summer Theater & Arts Camp. ▪Develop and implement distance learning projects for children ages 2-14 through the ShubertCamp@Home Program.
EDUCATION & OUTREACH ASSISTANT 10/2014- 12/2017 Shubert Theater, New Haven, CT ▪Supervise performances and technical spaces at Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School in New Haven, CT. ▪Manage Programs: Shubert Technical Apprentices, Shubert Usher Internship, Shubert Summer Theater & Arts Camp ▪Technical Supervisor for community rentals and after-school productions, mentor students in production design.
PRODUCTION MANAGER 01/13-present, A Broken Umbrella Theatre, New Haven, CT ▪Plan and execute production schedule and meetings for Freewheelers, June 2013 ▪Organize and orchestrate tech schedules through performances.
DESIGNER 01/12-12/12, A Broken Umbrella Theatre, New Haven, CT ▪Set /Costumer Design, Painter, Carpenter, Head Over Wheels, 5/12 andThe Library Project10/12 ▪Company based solely in self written and site specific works.
AUDIENCE SERVICES REP- 02/13-present, Long Wharf Theatre/ Westport Country Playhouse, CT ▪Ticketing Software, Patron’s Edge, Tessitura and ProVenue- Customer Services, Phone Operator ▪Worked directly with patrons and box office staff to best secure tickets and subscriptions.
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR 05/11-07/11, 05/08-07/08, 5/09-07/09, International Festival of Arts and Ideas, New Haven, CT ▪Direct crew in set up, maintenance, build of individual stages and activity areas for outdoor festivals. ▪Onsite contact for rentals, vendors, crew, performers, and responsible for daily facility organization.
TECHNICAL ADVISOR OFFICE OF UNDERGRADUATE PRODUCTION 10/08-05/09, Yale University, New Haven, CT ▪Schedule and direct Work Study Students in daily tasks needed by the department. ▪Provide supervision and supply performance necessities for independent student productions. ▪Manage, maintain and supply department rental inventories: lighting, sound and expendables for student use. ▪Create and update Department Master Performance and Broadway Rehearsal Lofts Calendars.
SKILLS Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook, Tessitura, ProVenue, Lightwright, AUTOCAD, basic set construction, counterweight rigging, scenic painting, ETC lighting consoles, STRAND lighting consoles, driver’s license, manual transmission vehicles, CPR/AED- Adult certified, varied painting/crafting techniques