Thomas Salzman Slated as Chair

of the Department of Theatre

thomas salzmanEffective July 1, 2014

On July 1, 2014, Thomas Salzman will begin with UNCWilmington as chair of the Department of Theatre.  He comes from Western Carolina University where he worked asdirector of the Schoolof Stage & Screen. He recently was chair of the Performing Arts Department at the College of Santa Fe, in Santa Fe, New Mexico.Previous to that assignment, Professor Salzman was the General Manager/ Artistic Associate for the Caldwell Theatre Company in Boca Raton, FL.At the Caldwell, he designed the lighting for over 70 productions, including eight world premiers.His work garnered him two Best Lighting Designer Carbonell Awards, South Florida’s answer to the "Tony" Awards. He continues to be their Resident Lighting Designer as he has beenfor the past fifteen years. Other designcredits included Coconut Grove Playhouse, Cleveland Play House, City Theatre Company (Miami), Playhouse Square Foundation (Cleveland), Florida Philharmonic, Heinz USA, PPG Inc., G.E., and others.He is a member of United Scenic Artist local #829, as well as an Equity Stage Manager.He has taught at Penn State University and the University of Miami.Salzman holds an MFA from Carnegie Mellon University. He grew up outside Cleveland, Ohio, but his career has taken him all over the country including stints in New York, Kansas City, Pittsburgh, Miami, Richmond, New Orleans, Cullowhee, and now Wilmington, NC.

THOMAS M. SALZMAN
Curriculum Vitae

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE
o Professional lighting designer, stage manager and producer
o Created 15 World Premiere Lighting Designs
o 16 years of teaching experience.
o Experience as Academic Director/Department Head
o Experience as General Manager for professional theatre
o 30+ years of professional experience in the entertainment industry.
o Collaborative and consultative management style
o Lifelong passion for the arts

EDUCATION and CREDENTIALS
o Carnegie Mellon University, M.F.A. Lighting Design
o Carnegie Mellon University, B.F.A. Theatre Arts (Light Design and Stage Management)

Union Affiliations
o Member of United Scenic Artists Local #829, Lighting Designer (1992-Present)
o Member of Actors Equity Association, Stage Manager (1982-Present)

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT LIGHTING DESIGN
o Commercial Theatre Institute/Commercial Theatre Producing Seminar, 2003 NYC
o Jules Fisher/Broadway Master Lighting Class, 1988 NYC
o Lighting Dimensions Int./Programming Moving Lights, Master Class, 1993 Orlando
o Lighting Dimensions Int./CAD for Lighting Designers, Master Class, 1993 Orlando
o Tom Skelton/Lighting Design, Master Class/ 1990 Cleveland
o Jennifer Tipton/ Lighting the Dance, Master Class/ 1989 Boston
o James Moody/Lighting Video, Master Class/ 1988 Milwaukee

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
Western Carolina University (member of the University of North Carolina System)
Director: School of Stage & Screen, Cullowhee, NC (2008-Present)
Director, Professor, Tenured: Responsible for all aspects of running an undergraduate B.F.A and B.A. Theater, Music Theatre and Motion Picture & T.V. Production training programs with 160+ majors and 60+ dance minors, including: managing twelve full-time, eight part-time faculty members and three staff positions. Manage 8-12 plays/musicals/student films per season. Oversee all facets of the season including: selection, budget oversight, hiring guest artists, scheduling, public relations and all operations. Facilities include: 3 theatres, 2 film stages, 3 dance studios, digital editing lab, scene shop, costume shop, occupying seven buildings throughout campus. All management is done in collaboration and cooperation with program directors in, Theatre, Music Theatre, Motion Picture and Dance. Other duties include: recruiting, fundraising, faculty development, strategic planning, marketing, NAST (accreditation/planning/reporting) and facility planning. We are SACS and NAST accredited.

Highlights:

    • Created New Vision and Strategic Plan for the School
    • Grew from a Department that was on probation into a School in two years.
    • Received 90% satisfaction rating for overall leadership in annual faculty survey
    • Increased faculty/student community engagement
    • Increased enrollment of majors by 30%
    • Increased “Student Credit Hour” SCH by 20%
    • Maintained budget surplus during major economic downturn
    • Created new vision and direction for B.A. degree program
    • Created executive and student leadership councils
    • Created new branding and recruiting materials
    • Created new social media initiative
    • Implemented student handbooks for Film and Theatre areas
    • Created new School electronic newsletter
    • Created new faculty mentorship program
    • Increased collaboration and outreach between other departments, schools, colleges and community
    • Nominated to serve as Visiting Evaluator for National Association of Schools of Theatres (NAST)
    • Continued professional engagement as resident lighting designer for the Caldwell Theatre Company of Boca Raton, FL

Classes Taught: Introduction to the Professions, The Theatre Experience, Stage Management, Design I, Design II,
University, College and Community Service:
Faculty Advisor: 20+ students
Committees: (select list)
Chair of Search Committee for Director of School of Art and Design
Chair: University Academic Technology Committee
University Tenure and Promotion Advisory Committee
Acting/Director Search Committee
Dance Faculty Search Committee
Collegial Review Document: Committee Chair
Fine and Performing Arts Executive Committee
Dean’s Evaluation Task Force Member
Digital Measures Task Force Member
Chancellor’s Honorary Degree Nomination Committee
Chancellor’s Guest Speaker Series, Facilitator for “Kathy Reichs”
Chancellor’s Honorary Doctorate Advisory Committee
Conferences:
Participated in 2012 WCU Summer Leadership Retreat
Boyer 2011 Retreat, Asheville, Facilitator and Panel Member
National Association of Schools of Theatre (NAST), National Conference 2009 & 2010. Appointed to serve as Visiting Evaluator for NAST 2009 to present
Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC), Regional Conference Spring 2009 & 2010, Recruiting
North Carolina Theatre Conference (NCTC), State Conference Fall 2008 & 2010, Recruiting
Lighting Dimensions International (LDI), Attended National Conference 2008, 2010, 2012

College of Santa Fe, Performing Arts Department: Santa Fe, NM (2005 – 2008)
Chair, Associate Professor: Responsible for all aspects of running an undergraduate B.F.A and B.A. theater training program with 120 majors, including: managing six full-time, 12 part-time faculty members and four staff positions. Managed six play season including: season selection, budget oversight, hiring guest artists, scheduling, public relations and all operations related to a two theatre facility. Other duties included: recruiting, fundraising, faculty development, strategic planning and facility planning. Producer: Garson Theatre Company, a professional theatre company located on the campus of the College of Santa Fe. While I was Producer, the company produced two seasons of “New Works” that included plays by internationally known playwrights, Israel Horovitz and Mark Medoff, as well as newer playwrights, Michael McKeever, Stephen Metcalfe and Amy Lanasa.

Highlights:
· Created new mission for professional theatre company
· Increased enrollment by 60% in the Performing Arts Department in the first year
· Increased student performance opportunities without negative impact on resources
· Created a program to support new and existing playwrights to develop new plays.
· Re-invigorated the B.A. program with a new identity
· Created association with Institute of American Indian Arts
· Created new funding source that doubled department production budget
· Created new associations with professional theatre companies
o Theatre Grottesco(Santa Fe)
o Fusion Theatre(Albuquerque)
o Caldwell Theatre (Boca Raton)

Classes Taught: Theatre Management I, Theatre Management II, Stage Management, Orientation to the Theatre, Lighting Design. Created new class; Theatre: Arts, Audience and the Critic
Developed a new 10-minute playwriting class that was interdisciplinary between Theatre, Motion Pictures and Creative Writing Departments.

College and Community Service in Santa Fe:
o Faculty Lecture Series: Title: The Future and Financial Well-Being of the Professional Non-profit Theatre. This was presented in the Forum lecture hall to faculty, students, members of the theatrical community and public. This lecture was reviewed in the Santa Fe New Mexican newspaper.
o Member of Santa Fe Performing Arts Committee
o Grants Panel member for the State of New Mexico Arts Commission: Performing Arts Category with budgets above $250,000.
o Grants Panel member for the City of Santa Fe’s Arts Commission.
o Two editorials printed in the Pasatiempo section of the New Mexican newspaper.
o Feature article in Fall VISTAS publication
o Presented Teo Castellanos’ N.E. 2nd Avenue. This was presented as part of the Claire Stewart William’s Guest artist program. It was attended by over 200 people, faculty, students and many member of the community. I was also proud of the fact that I did this as a co-sponsorship between Performing Arts Department, student government, and student activities. This was part of my commitment to open the department’s doors and serve the greater student body as well as the community. This was also part of our attempt to reach out to our Hispanic community.
o Hosted two other guest speakers as part of this series:
o Marty Markinson: Broadway producer and owner of the Helen Hayes Theatre on Broadway.
o Larry Wilker: Broadway producer and former president of the Kennedy Center and the original producer of Urinetown: the Musical.

o Created an active dialogue with local theatre critic Robert Nott: I worked with him about a panel discussion with the subject being: the artist, the critic and the public.

CSF College Committees: Academic Affairs Committee; Chair, season selection committee; Departmental Curriculum Committee; Chair, Departmental Review Committee;

Pennsylvania State University(Penn State), School of Theatre, State College, PA. (2000-2001)
Visiting Associate Professor of Lighting Design: Taught all levels of lighting design/technology including Graduate and Undergraduate, majors and non-majors. Responsible for both the MFA & BFA Lighting Programs. Created new curriculum for graduate MFA lighting design program. Supervised all lighting in two performance spaces and a light lab. Recruited for MFA lighting program

University of Miami, Department of Theatre Arts, Miami, FL (1991-1999)
Assistant Professor of Lighting Design: Responsible for teaching lighting design for BA & BFA Programs. Head of Design/Production (1991-1997) Responsible for all aspects of a 5 member design & production staff, which produced 4 -6 shows annually and instructed students in Design and Technology. Duties include lighting design, recruiting, fiscal control, teaching, and curriculum design.

Classes Taught: All levels of Lighting Design, Stage Management, Drafting, Technical Production, Introduction to Theatre and Film.

Tarleton State University: Fort Worth, Texas (1983-1984)
Technical Specialist: Coordinated all aspects of usage for a four-theatre complex, including art gallery and recording studios. Duties included lighting design, contract negotiations with artists, scheduling, training and management of all events ranging from guest artists and campus activities to a rental facility, which presented business meetings, as well as locally produced performances.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Caldwell Theatre Company: Boca Raton, FL (1993-2011)
Resident Lighting Designer: (1993-2011). In 18 seasons designed 82 productions including: 12 World premieres and 10 shows nominated + 2 show winning the Carbonell Award (South Florida Critic’s Association) for Best Lighting Design.
General Manager/Artistic Associate: (2001- 2005) Responsible for all aspects of running a Professional Theatre including complete fiscal planning and implementation of an annual budget of $2.4 million. Consult on Season selection. Negotiated contracts with vendors and artists. Supervisor of 20 full-time and numerous part-time employees. Community liaison for the company. Responsible for a 4 show regular season and a two show summer season. Consult on improvements to facilities and equipment. Artistic Director for the Outreach Series of new play readings and special performances, including play selection, casting and directing.

Highlights:
· Appointed to City of Boca Raton North Federal Task Force
· Awarded a $30,000 matching technology grant from the State for Projection Equipment
· Created investment plan for endowment funds
· Created $1,000 Club: Fund Raising strategy that raised over $200K for new building
· Successfully managed finances during economic downturn without adversely affecting artistic quality. Increased earned income by $200K and reduced expenses by $100K
· Created Partnership with real estate developer to finance and build new theatre complex
· Artistic Director for New Play Reading Series

Salzman Studios: Cleveland, Ohio (1987-1991) Miami, FL (1991-1999) Boca Raton, FL (1999-2002)
Owner: Design/Events Management Company whose goal was to offer quality design and dependable workmanship to the performing arts and business community. Clientele included: President Clinton’s Presidential Inaugural Committee, Caldwell Theatre Co., Florida Philharmonic, Coconut Grove Playhouse, Cleveland’s Playhouse Square Center, Pirate Playhouse, Great Lakes Theatre Festival, PPG Industries, Jones, Day, Reavis and Pogue, Heinz Corporation, General Electric.

Cape Cod Melody Tent: Hyannis, MA. (Summer 1990)
General Manager: Responsible for all aspects of summer entertainment facility, presenting over 50 attractions in 2 months, including operational budget of two million dollars. Supervised staff of 50, encompassing box office, production, security, maintenance and sales staff. Worked closely with city officials for permits and compliance with ordinances. Duties included contracts, settlements and site coordination of major capital improvements to the facility

Cleveland Play House: Cleveland, Ohio (1984- 1987)
Resident Lighting Designer/Production Manager: Responsible for operation of professional four-theatre complex. Position encompassed management of 13 fully mounted productions annually. Served as the liaison between management and unions (IATSE, USA, & AEA) to maintain artistic integrity. Supervision of over 25 employees, contract negotiations with union and non-union personnel, coordination of rental activities, and acting resident lighting designer. Fiscal responsibilities included preparation and management of 1.5 million-dollar production budgets. Assistant Production Manager: Developed and monitored computerized budget systems, purchasing and inventory control of shop materials, coordination of guest artist series, and scheduling of personnel.


Taft Attractions, Kings Dominion: Richmond, Virginia (Summer 1983)
Stage Manager: Management of a 15 member cast for entertainment theme park. Maintained artistic integrity for over 350 performances. Supervised actors, technicians and house-management staff.

Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera: Pittsburgh, PA (Summer 1982)
Equity Production Stage Manager: Responsible for summer season of 6 musicals in 6 weeks, with an Equity company of 40 and IATSE crew of 25. Coordinated all schedules for load-in, technical rehearsals and performances.

ORGANIZATION AFFILIATIONS:
Visiting Evaluator, National Associate of Schools of Theatre (NAST) 2009-Current
North Carolina Theatre Conference: Member: 2009-current
Southeastern Theatre Conference: Member 2009-current
New Mexico Arts, Grant Panel Member, 2006
City of Santa Fe Arts Commission, Grant Panel Member, 2006
Theatre League of South Florida, Board Member, 2003-2005
City of Boca Raton Cultural Consortium, Member, 2001-2005
City of Boca Raton North Federal Task Force. Committee Member appointed by City Council, 2003-2005
Palm Beach Cultural Council Executive Committee, Member, 2001-2005
United Scenic Artists Local 829, Member since 1992
Actors Equity Association, Member since 1982
United States Institute of Theatre Technology. Member since 1985
United States Institute of Theatre Technology, Lighting Commission Member since 1992
United States Institute of Theatre Technology, Ohio Section, Member 1986-1991, (Board Member at Large, 1989)

HONORS AND AWARDS:
2004 Carbonell Award Nomination for Best Lighting Design for Take Me Out at the Caldwell Theatre
2004 Curtain Up Award Nomination for Best Lighting Design for Take Me Out at the Caldwell Theatre
2003 Carbonell Award Nomination for Best Lighting Design for Fortune’s Fool at the Caldwell Theatre
2001 Carbonell Award Winner for Best Lighting Design for The Laramie Project at the Caldwell Theatre
1999 Carbonell Award Nomination for Best Lighting Design for The Disputation at the Coconut Grove Playhouse
1999 Carbonell Award Nomination for Best Lighting Design for How I Learned to Drive at the Caldwell Theatre
1998 Carbonell Award Winner for Best Lighting Design for Gross Indecency at the Caldwell Theatre
1997 Carbonell Award Nomination for Best Lighting Design for The Heiress at the Caldwell Theatre
1996 Carbonell Award Nomination for Best Lighting Design for Sylvia at the Caldwell Theatre
1996 Carbonell Award Nomination for Best Lighting Design for Terra Nova at the Caldwell Theatre

Note: The Carbonell Award is South Florida Theatre Critics’ Association Award. These are annual professional theater awards given to designers, actors, directors, and writers. South Florida consists of Palm Beach, Broward, Dade counties.

LIGHTING DESIGNS
As of August 2012

SHOW NAME ORGANIZATION DIRECTOR DATE
PROFESSIONAL
Theatre
After the Revolution Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Clive Cholerton 2011
Next Fall Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2011
Secret Order Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Thomas Bloom 2010
Old Man and the Sea Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Clive Cholerton 2010
The Voysey Inheritance Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Clive Cholerton 2009
Dangerous (World Premiere) Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Clive Cholerton 2009
Something’s Afoot Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2009
Marie Antoinette: Color of Flesh Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2008
Tuesday’s with Morrie Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2008
Suite Surrender (World Premiere) Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Joe Warik 2008
Doubt Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2007
Lion in Winter Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2007
Steel Magnolias Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2007
Under the Bed (World Premiere) Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2006
Modern Orthodox Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2005
The Loman Family Picnic Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2005
Stones in His Pockets Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2005
Enchanted April Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2004
Morning’s at Seven Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2004
Take Me Out Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2004
The Dining Room Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Bruce Lecure 2004
Iago Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2004
Déjà vu (World Premiere) Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Bruce Lecure 2004
Showtunes Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2003
Heartbeats Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2003
Last Sunday in June Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2003
Fortune’s Fool Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2003
The Countess Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2003
Songs of Paradise (World Premiere)Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Avi Hoffman 2002
Park Your Car in Harvard Yard Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Bruce Lecure 2002
The Cocktail Hour Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2002
Out of Season (World Premiere) Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2002
Master Class Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2002
Orphans Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Bruce Lecure 2002
Lobby Hero Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2002
Wit Pennsylvania Center Stage Dan Carter 2001
Our Sinatra Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Kurt Stamm 2001
The Beauty Queen of Leenane Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Kenneth Kay 2001
The Laramie Project Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2001
Last Night of the Ballyhoo Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Kenneth Kay 2000
Snakebit Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2000
As Bees in Honey Drown Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Kenneth Kay 2000
Over the River & Thru the Woods Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Kenneth Kay 2000
A Delicate Balance Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 2000
The Chalk Garden Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1999
Collected Stories Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1999
Bang Bang Your Dead Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Kenneth Kay 1999
Sylvia Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Kenneth Kay 1999
The Disputation Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami) Robert Kalfin 1999
The King’s Mare (World Premiere) Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1999
How I Learned to Drive Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Kenneth Kay 1999
Eccentricities of a Nightingale Pirate Playhouse (Sanibel,FL) Robert Kalfin 1999
Comedy of Eros (World Premiere)Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1998
Androcles & the Lion Pirate Playhouse (Sanibel) Robert Kalfin 1998
The World Goes Round Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1998
Gross Indecency Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1998
Romance/Romance Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Kenneth Kay 1998
The Gardens of Frau Hess Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) John Henry Davis1998
(World Premiere)
HIMSELF (World Premiere) Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) George Rondo 1998
Old Wicked Songs Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Frank Ferrante 1997
Little Shop of Horrors Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Kenneth Kay 1997
Don’t Dress For Dinner Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Kenneth Kay 1997
Summer Shorts Festival 97 City Theatre (Miami) Various 1997
The Heiress Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1997
The Golden Age Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1997
Jest a Second Coconut Grove Playhouse (Miami) Robert Kalfin 1997
The Subject Was Roses Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Charles Nelson Reilly1997
Everybody Loves Opal Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1996
Burton (World Premiere) Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Leon Major 1996
Sylvia Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Kenneth Kay 1996
Terra Nova Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Kenneth Kay 1996
Love! Valour! Compassion! Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1996
Unexpected Guest Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1995
Enemy of the People Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1995
But Not For Me (Revival) Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1995
You Should Be So Lucky Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1995
Dames at Sea Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Tina Paul 1995
Crimes of the Heart Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1995
Company Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Tina Paul 1995
The Price Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1994
Hasty Heart Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Joe Warik 1994
But Not For Me (World Premiere)Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1994
Cowgirls (World Premiere) Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Eleanor Reissa 1994
Lend Me a Tenor Ring Theatre (Miami) Terry Sneed 1994
I Do I Do Ring Theatre (Tour) Paul Mockovak 1994
I Do I Do Struthers Library Theatre (Tour) Paul Mockovak 1994
Oil City Symphony Crest Theatre (Del Ray) Mary Murfitt 1994
Later Life Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1994
My Three Angels Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1993
Someone Who'll Watch Over Me Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1993
Picnic Caldwell Theatre Co. (Boca Raton) Michael Hall 1993
Little Shop of Horrors Ring Theatre (Miami) Terry Sneed 1993
Broadway Bound Ring Theatre (Miami) Kenneth Kay 1993
Tapestries, Music of Carol King Playhouse Square Center (Cleveland) Jeff Martin 1992
A Devil in the Head (World Premiere)Cleveland Public Theatre Michael Sepesy 1991
Stark Raving Fun Playhouse Square Center (Cleveland) Larry Wilker 1989
Quilters Berea Summer Theatre (Cleveland) Evie McElroy 1987
1940's Radio Hour Cleveland Play House William Rhys 1987
Orphans Cleveland Play House Evie McElroy 1986
Buried Child Cleveland Play House William Rhys 1986
Stage Struck Cleveland Play House William Rhys 1986
Note: BOLD = Carbonell Award or Nomination

Opera
Death of Lincoln (World Premiere)Cleveland Chamber Symphony David Grabarkewitz 1988
The Legend (World Premiere) Cleveland Chamber Symphony Judith Layng 1987
Falstaff Cleveland Institute of Music Faculty 1987
Hansel and Gretel Cleveland Play House 1987

Special Events (Representative List)
Together at Last: Bruce Adler & Tovah Feldshuh tour 1999
Fall Concert Series Florida Philharmonic James Judd (conductor) 1994
Power Czar President Clinton’s Inauguration (D.C.) James Tetlow (Head LD)1993
A Night with Jerry Herman University of Miami Jerry Herman 1992
A Spotlight on A.M.Y. Playhouse Square Center (Cleveland) NA 1990
Kim Hunter Quintessence Series (Cleveland) Kim Hunter 1986
Forbidden Broadway Quintessence Series (Cleveland) NA 1986
A Dream's Dreaming... Charles Kuralt-Sunday Morning (Cleveland) Charles Keating 1985

Industrials & Videos
(Lighting Design, Show Director, Stage Manager or Project Manager)
2001 National Sales Meeting Heinz Corporation (Pittsburgh)
Leadership Conference (The Doral) Heinz Corporation (Miami)
2000 Shareholders Meeting Heinz Corporation (Pittsburgh)
2000 S.U.R.P. Meeting Heinz Corporation (Dallas)
1999 National Sales Meeting Heinz Corporation (Dallas)
1999 Frozen Food Meeting Heinz Corporation (Los Angeles)
1999 Shareholders Meeting Heinz Corporation (Pittsburgh)
1995 Brokers Meeting Heinz Pet Products (New Orleans)
National Sales Meeting Rite-Aid Corporation (Hershey, PA)
Total Quality Management PPG-Industries (Pittsburgh)
1995 National Sales Meeting Heinz Pet Products (Cincinnati)
Total Quality Management GE Info.Services (Rockville, MD)
Management Meeting Heinz USA (Pittsburgh)
1993 Annual Meeting Weight Watchers (Dallas)
Employee Appreciation Integra Bank (Pittsburgh)
Total Quality Management GE Info. Services (Rockville, MD)
Quality Sharing Rally PPG-Industries (Pittsburgh)
Framesi Hair Fashion Show Framesi International (Las Vegas)
Total Quality Management GE Info. Services (Rockville, MD)
Total Quality Management GE Info. Services (Rockville, MD)
Management Meeting Heinz USA (Pittsburgh)
Quality Sharing Rally PPG-Industries (Pittsburgh)
Management Meeting FFI Industries (Long Beach, CA)
Sharing Rally Heinz Starkist (Cincinnati)
Employee Appreciation Integra Bank At Heinz Hall (Pitts.)
Shareholders Meeting Heinz Corporation (Pittsburgh)
Quality Sharing Rally PPG-Industries (Pittsburgh)
Quality Sharing Rally PPG-Industries (Pittsburgh)

 


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