In my position, I spend a majority of my time teaching new students how to run the equipment we own. All the artists know they are coming to a college where learning occurs, and a majority of the audience members know this too. We constantly hear from artists that we have better equipment and are more prepared than the last school they were at, and I pride myself on that achievement. My expectations for a show are no less than what professional production person would produce.
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Growing up in Mexico City, where the environment and cultural ideology is definitely patriarchal, Michelle believes it is still open for women. That there are as many opportunities for women as men, but you must be prepared and not be afraid to knock on doors. Then take the opportunities when they are presented. Michelle says that women working in male-dominated fields are viewed as Fighters, and most people admire the path they are forging for all women.
By Yvonne Gilbert I first started working on plays about ten years ago at the National Theatre on London’s South Bank. The first show I worked on that made an impression on me was Pillars of the Community, Sound Designer Ian Dickinson. The preshow soundscape was set in a dockyard, and it sounded good. (I […]