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Programs: Design, Production, Management

Jorge Arroyo

Jorge Arroyo has been a freelance lighting designer for over 20 years and has worked in a variety of disciplines, ranging from theater, dance, corporate events, concerts, to television, and more. His work has been seen at venues such as the Apollo Theater, Carnegie Hall, The Public Theater, Westport Country Playhouse, TheatreSquared, The People’s Light […]

Joel Brandwine

Joel Brandwine has been working as a technical director, production carpenter, automation technician, and rigger for over 20 years. His Broadway credits include Jersey Boys, American Idiot, Legally Blond, Catch Me if You Can, Cinderella, American Psycho, 9 to 5, and Evita. His touring credits include Riverdance, the 25th Anniversary Tour, Beautiful; The Carol King […]

Todd C. Burgun

Todd Burgun’s very first job in the industry was in 1986 for the Liberty Weekend Opening Ceremonies Celebration on Governors Island, New York. Since then, he has worked on numerous shows and in several roles in theatre production. He has worked in the regional theatre circuit and in the commercial theatre world.  From Scenic Fabricator […]

McCaela Donovan

“For me, acting and theatre are the effortless blending of deep and varied technical skills and process, with shape, specificity, and form. It is about finding the truest expression and awareness of who you are as a human being—your thoughts, flaws, sense of humor—facing that head on, and then exposing that, openly, with your collaborators. […]

Diane Fargo

Diane Fargo has taught at Boston University since 2001. In 2008, she established and now mentors the Scene Painting Certificate Program at the School of Theater. She has worked for many reputable designers on productions for such theaters as The Roundabout, Public Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Club, CSC, Playwrights Horizons, The Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, […]

Julie Hennrikus

Julie Hennrikus has been the Executive Director of StageSource since 2011. Prior to that she worked at Emerson College, as the General Manager of Emerson Stage. She continues to teach arts management classes at Emerson as a member of the adjunct faculty. Prior to Emerson, she was the Program Manager of the Memorial Hall/Lowell Hall […]

Johnny Kontogiannis

Johnny Kontogiannis is a member of IATSE Local 353. Production Management: Broadway productions of Bombay Dreams, Hairspray,42nd Street, Anna in the Tropics, Enchanted April, Into The Woods, and Urinetown; National Touring Productions of Urinetown, Hairspray, and Blast!. Stagehand: Broadway productions of Hairspray, The Color Purple, Caroline or Change, Good Vibrations, Sweeney Todd,Assassins, Pacific Overtures, A Streetcar Named Desire, and The Threepenny Opera. Johnny was previously the scene shop supervisor at Ithaca College.

Kristin Leahey

Kristin Leahey served as the Director of New Works at Seattle Repertory Theatre, the Resident Dramaturg at Northlight Theatre, outside of Chicago, and, prior to that post, the Literary Manager at Washington D.C.’s Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company. She has freelanced as an artist with the O’Neill Theater Center,  Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Trinity Repertory Theatre, Primary […]

Nancy L. Leary

Nancy Leary is a costume designer whose visionary work for opera and theater spans several decades and has graced stages across the United States and Europe.  From 2000 to the present Nancy has worked on established operas as well as newly conceived productions, including premieres for Utah Opera, Boston Lyric Opera, Virginia Opera, The Pittsburg Symphony, Opera Saratoga, […]

James McCartney

James McCartney is an audio consultant and audio system designer to several of New England’s well-known cultural organizations including Boston Lyric Opera, The Cape Playhouse, Opera North, Boston Early Music Festival and Express Yourself. Recently he was the Sound Designer on Dolly Parton’s Smoky Mountain Christmas Carol, which premiered in Boston. James was on the […]