Stage Management Portfolio

As a Stage Manager my goal is to create a welcoming space to help facilitate creative collaboration. It's important to me that everyone to in the room feels valued and heard, so they can tell their own unique stories. Utilizing open communication, flexibility, and self-awareness I strive be a leader who brings my experiences and unique style to each production I work on.

Deck Stage Manager

Loyola University Chicago

Spring 2022

INTO THE WOODS was my return to stage managing in person. This was also the first time Loyola has ever had a Deck SM, so this was a role I helped develop. It also presented it's own challenges in the use of puppetry.

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Stage Manager

Loyola University Chicago

Spring 2020

A TIME TO HEAL was a part of Loyola's Second Stage Program. It was my first SM position and allowed me to work with a student led and devised piece which was really exciting.

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Assistant Stage Manager 

Mountain Playhouse

Summer 2019

Mountain Playhouse is a Union Summer Stock theatre where I ASM'd four shows back to back. It was a challenging, but worth while look into professional theatre and it allowed me to work with a Union SM. 

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Stage Manager

Loyola University Chicago

Fall 2020

THE WOLVES was my first main stage production as stage manager and it was all on zoom. It allowed me to help pioneer our program into an online format and develop ways to keep everyone connected while in different states.

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Assistant Stage Manager

Loyola University Chicago

Fall 2019

OUR TOWN was second show at Loyola. It's a classic show that allowed me to hone my skills as an ASM and develop my own style of stage managing. It also had it own challenges as a long show with a fairly large cast.

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Assistant Stage Manager 

Mountain Playhouse

Spring 2019

MUCH ADO was my first time on a stage management team at Loyola. It gave me a really good insight into stage management and the paperwork and backstage organization involved.

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