Her job at the Wilbury Theatre Group is to make sure the show, not the front-of-house experience, is what you remember.
Curiosity, hard work, and a taste for experimentation mark her work in lighting, projection, and puppetry.
The leader of the O’Neill’s literary office is dedicated to greater access for new and under-produced writers.
The Main Street Theater staffer, also a performer, delights in having a hand in all of the Houston troupe’s communications.
A lifelong musician who’s worked on the ‘Hamilton’ tour and ‘In the Heights,’ he is determined to raise up voices of color.
One of this season’s most-produced playwrights, Ham uses the past to shine a light on the present.
His shots stand out by capturing complicated connections among performers.
By the time you’ve finished reading this piece, this in-demand designer will be working on another project.
Aside from running shows, Castanien is also an advocate for equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Having overseen more than 75 shows at Children’s Theatre Company, she loves to see young people in the theatre, both in the audience and backstage.