DIRECTING & TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Suzuki Teacher/Choreographer Baghdad Zoo Fayerweather Street School Spring 2016
Movement Faculty Ages 16 - 18 Emerson College Summer 2014
Suzuki Teacher/ Choreographer Antigone Fayerweather Street School Spring 2014
Suzuki Instructor Ages 14 - 17 Stoneham Theater Young Co. September 2013
Suzuki Instructor Ages 14 - 17 Wheelock Family Theater Summer 2013
Afterschool Drama Teacher Grades Pre-K thru 3rd The Advent School 2012-2013
Prod. Manager Tour of the Parks Commonwealth Shakespeare Summer 2012
Suzuki Teacher/ Director Sadako and the 1000 Cranes Fayerweather Street School Spring 2012
Director & Costume Designer Singin’ in the Rain Weston Friendly Society April 2012
Prod. Manager Dearly Beloved The CoLab Theatre Co. September 2011
Director Play. Discovery The CoLab Theatre Co. July 2011
Director Superhero Fort Point Theatre Channel October 2010
Rehearsal SM Romeo & Juliet/Macbeth Shakepeare Now! Spring 2010
Director Anne of Green Gables* Weston friendly Society November 2009
Asst. Director Henry IV Pt. 1 University of Connecticut May 2008
Asst Director Coriolanus University of Connecticut March 2008
*EMACT/DASH Nomination – Madeline Schulman, Best Young Performer
ADMIN & LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
The CoLab Theatre Company, Boston, MA August 2009 – February 2012
Managerial duties include: creating and maintaining production schedules, creating publicity initiatives through print and
online resources, creating and maintaining company website, creating and maintaining production and operating budgets,
working to build donor base and fundraising initiatives, artistic planning including performance, workshop, and
educational events. We are dedicated to meeting the needs of the artist by providing practical venues for risk-taking and
development, and strengthening artists’ ties to the local community by broadening exposure and access to the theatre.
Tufts University, Medford MA March 2009-May 2012
Staff Assistant of Events and Operations– Music Department, Granoff Music Center
Serving as department liaison to students by answering questions in person and via the telephone; Acting as a liaison
between the department and other university offices and vendors; Assisting the Department Administrator in developing
and interpreting department policies and procedures; scheduling and coordinating courses each semester for the department;
working with the Music Events manager to schedule all events, and rehearsals held in the Music Center; producing course
booklet, program brochures, managing calendars and office hours.
Company One, Boston, MA October 2008 - February 2010
Assistant to the Managing Director
Working with the Managing Director of a non-profit small theatre company in residence at the Boston Center for the arts.
Grant research, budget updating, filing, copying, distributing marketing materials, entering/updating patron database,
calling potential donors/patrons, keeping track of office calendar.
Barbara C. Harris Camp, Greenfield, NH Summers 2004, 2005, 2008
Resident Counselor ('04, '05)
Team Leader ('08)
Counselor: Specialized in children ages 10-15 with experience in children 7-16 including Counselor in Training and Chorus camps. 24 hour a day 6 day per week live in counselor position in charge of 8-10 campers.
Team Leader: Worked as part of a five person team to train, support, and evaluate 30 camp counselors. Created
an environmentally centered curriculum for the summer camp staff to teach campers. Created and wrote counselor
training materials. Helped to create program activities for summer camp including a themed scavenger hunt, a hoe-down,
campfires, and sports events.