Festival Management

Charles Fee
Charles Fee
PRODUCING ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
22nd season as producing artistic director of Idaho Shakespeare Festival. Charles is also producing artistic director of Great Lakes Theater (GLT) in Ohio and Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival (LTSF) in Nevada. This season he will direct Blithe Spirit for ISF and A Midsummer Night’s Dream for LTSF. ... Read more »
22nd season as producing artistic director of Idaho Shakespeare Festival. Charles is also producing artistic director of Great Lakes Theater (GLT) in Ohio and Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival (LTSF) in Nevada. This season he will direct Blithe Spirit for ISF and A Midsummer Night’s Dream for LTSF. In prior seasons he has directed Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, The Comedy of Errors, All's Well that Ends Well, Macbeth, Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing, Henry the Fourth Part One, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Winter’s Tale, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Hamlet, and As You Like It. His work outside the Shakespearean canon includes Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, Molière’s Tartuffe, Alexander Dumas’ The Three Musketeers, Nöel Coward’s Private Lives and Hay Fever, George Bernard Shaw’s Arms and the Man, Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, Oliver Goldsmith’s She Stoops to Conquer, and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) by Adam Long, Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield. Prior to joining ISF, he held the position of artistic director at Sierra Repertory Theatre in Sonora, California. He has also worked with such companies as The Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, the Milwaukee and Missouri Repertory Theaters, Actors Theatre of Phoenix, and Los Angeles Shakespeare Festival. Idaho Shakespeare Festival has garnered significant awards under Mr. Fee’s artistic leadership, including the 1995 Mayor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts; the 1996 and 2006 FUNDSY awards; and the 2000 Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts. In 2001, Charles was honored for his work as a director with the Mayor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts. He received his BA from the University of the Pacific, and Master of Fine Arts from the University of California, San Diego. Charlie’s peripatetic life style is only possible because of the love and support of his wife Lidia and 18-year-old daughter, Alexa! Hide «

Mark Hofflund
Mark Hofflund
MANAGING DIRECTOR
In his 21st year with the Festival, Mark and his wife Lynn continue to cherish Idaho’s proud, neighborly and generous way of life. Mark started his career at The Old Globe serving artistic director Jack O’Brien, producing director Tom Hall, and founding director Craig Noel. During ten years, Mark acted, ... Read more »
In his 21st year with the Festival, Mark and his wife Lynn continue to cherish Idaho’s proud, neighborly and generous way of life. Mark started his career at The Old Globe serving artistic director Jack O’Brien, producing director Tom Hall, and founding director Craig Noel. During ten years, Mark acted, directed, produced new play programs, held a board position with San Diego Performing Arts League, and edited his mentor Alan Schneider’s memoir Entrances. Joining longtime colleague Charles Fee in Idaho, Mark helped locate the Festival in permanent facilities, serving as liaison to the Idaho Foundation for Parks & Lands and the Idaho Department of Parks & Recreation, whose collaboration secured the Festival’s 12-acre Amphitheater and Reserve. The Festival’s statewide audience includes 50,000 students K-12 served by two nationally recognized school tours; high school apprentice and community access programs; and a School of Theater made possible by a 1999 merger with Idaho Theater for Youth. In community service, Mark helped form the Friends of Barber Pool Conservation Area, served on the board of the Shakespeare Theatre Association, addressed national conferences for the Institute of Outdoor Drama (receiving the Mark R. Sumner Award), testified before committees of the Idaho Legislature and U.S. House of Representatives, and filled a presidential appointment to the board of the National Endowment for the Arts (receiving the Chairman’s Medal). Mark co-chaired the Boise City Arts Commission and served on the boards of the Boise Convention and Visitors Bureau and the National Assembly of States Arts Agencies. He chairs the Idaho Commission on the Arts and is a co-author of Nancy Napier’s book Wise Beyond Your Field published by Boise State University. He holds degrees from Princeton and the University of California, San Diego, and received the 2012 President’s Medallion from the University of Idaho. Hide «

Sara M. Bruner
Sara M. Bruner
ARTISTIC ASSOCIATE
Sara has been a resident actor at the Idaho Shakespeare Festival for sixteen years. She serves as Artistic Associate for Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Great Lakes Theater and Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. Directing: A Christmas Carol (GLT), Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth, Othello, The Taming of the Shrew, Romeo and Juliet, ... Read more »
Sara has been a resident actor at the Idaho Shakespeare Festival for sixteen years. She serves as Artistic Associate for Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Great Lakes Theater and Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. Directing: A Christmas Carol (GLT), Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth, Othello, The Taming of the Shrew, Romeo and Juliet, Tomas and The Library Lady (ISF Educational Outreach), The Ghost Sonata (Drop Dance Collective). Roles include: Toinette The Imaginary Invalid, Kate The Taming of the Shrew, Frau Kost Cabaret, Viola Twelfth Night, Percy The Spitfire Grill, Drood The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Witch Macbeth, Ariel The Tempest, Audrey Little Shop of Horrors, Masha The Seagull, Abigail The Crucible, and Juliet Romeo and Juliet. Film: Refugee City, Most Funniest and Tattoo, A Love Story. Television: MDs dir. Michael Hoffman. Sara studied at Shakespeare and Company in Lenox, MA and holds a bachelor’s degree in Theater Arts from Boise State University. She is a member of the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. Hide «

Brecca Chabot-Olson
Brecca Chabot-Olson
ASSISTANT BOX OFFICE MANAGER
Brecca Chabot-Olson is a Boise State graduate with degrees in theater arts performance and elementary education. She has held at least 9 different jobs with the Festival since her first season in 2004. Brecca is beyond elated to be back again. When she isn't teaching elementary school, she is busy ... Read more »
Brecca Chabot-Olson is a Boise State graduate with degrees in theater arts performance and elementary education. She has held at least 9 different jobs with the Festival since her first season in 2004. Brecca is beyond elated to be back again. When she isn't teaching elementary school, she is busy performing with various theater companies within the Treasure Valley including Red Light Variety Show, HomeGrown Theatre, and Off Center Dance. Brecca's dream would be to open a children's theater in Boise. She spends her free time clowning and traveling the world. Her life wouldn't feel complete without Doctor Who, her dog, her amazingly supportive family, and sushi. Hide «

Kimberly Cornelison
Kimberly Cornelison
ASSISTANT BOX OFFICE MANAGER
This is Kymm’s tenth season at the festival, and her fourth season as an Assistant Box Officer Manager (off and on). Since entering "adulthood," she has been everything from an actress to a camp counselor to a library assistant to a writer (and so much more in between!), from which ... Read more »
This is Kymm’s tenth season at the festival, and her fourth season as an Assistant Box Officer Manager (off and on). Since entering "adulthood," she has been everything from an actress to a camp counselor to a library assistant to a writer (and so much more in between!), from which she holds many crazy stories. After several stints from coast to coast as a professional gypsy, she currently resides in Boise with her long-haired doxie and Box Office mascot Peter, and dreams of the day she will get paid to travel the world, eat massive amounts of food and make people laugh hysterically. Until then, she thoroughly enjoys entertaining her extended family each summer at the Festival and making sure each and every patron has a fantastic theater experience. Kymm believes pizza is truly Earth's greatest invention. Hide «

Jessamine Jones
Jessamine Jones
GRANTS & DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATOR
Jessamine is in her fourth year at Idaho Shakespeare Festival where she is a Grants & Development Administrator and coordinates the Festival’s Access Program. She is so excited to have welcomed two new members into the family this year. In November, she adopted Ollie, eleven pounds of scruffy gray ... Read more »
Jessamine is in her fourth year at Idaho Shakespeare Festival where she is a Grants & Development Administrator and coordinates the Festival’s Access Program. She is so excited to have welcomed two new members into the family this year. In November, she adopted Ollie, eleven pounds of scruffy gray hair, ball chasing, tail wagging, endless love. On January 24th, the whole family was delighted to greet Rosalie Jayne, Ollie’s beautiful and more human cousin. When she’s not writing grants or planning events Jessamine can usually be found working on the house and yard or out having fun with her handsome and fantastic boyfriend Bryce. Jessamine is currently pursuing her master’s in Public Administration at Boise State University. She received her BA in Political Science from Columbia University in the City of New York. Hide «

Sherrill Livingston
Sherrill Livingston
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
Sherrill is enjoying her seventeenth(!) season at the Festival, continuing her very successful mission to make ISF the most well-managed theater in the nation. Sherrill is a Bostonian who spent 18 years in California as an arts administrator, managing an Asian museum and a botanic garden, as well as cultural ... Read more »
Sherrill is enjoying her seventeenth(!) season at the Festival, continuing her very successful mission to make ISF the most well-managed theater in the nation. Sherrill is a Bostonian who spent 18 years in California as an arts administrator, managing an Asian museum and a botanic garden, as well as cultural festivals. Her first position in Boise was with the Anne Frank Human Rights Center. Hubby, Mark Hill, is Executive Chef, C.E.C., in Marketing and R&D with the JR Simplot Company. Son Jacob graduated from U of I last year and is happily living in Seattle. Sherrill earned her MBA from the University of California, Los Angeles, specializing in arts management. She is a former TWIN “Women in Industry” honoree and is proud to have recently served as president of Congregation Ahavath Beth Israel, the oldest active synagogue west of the Mississippi. Hide «

Debbie McCulley
Debbie McCulley
FINANCE ASSISTANT
This is Debbie’s second year working with the Festival. She retired in 2007 after 33 years working for Farm Credit Services doing farm loans. After retiring, she was executive director for Willow Center for grieving children, and since moving to Boise in 2009 she has been working on getting a ... Read more »
This is Debbie’s second year working with the Festival. She retired in 2007 after 33 years working for Farm Credit Services doing farm loans. After retiring, she was executive director for Willow Center for grieving children, and since moving to Boise in 2009 she has been working on getting a similar program started in the Treasure Valley. There is some theater in her family as her two nieces in Seattle have been in theater since they were little girls and now as adults sing and write their own music, with both of them currently working on albums. Debbie enjoys volunteering, walking on the greenbelt, reading and spending time with her daughter who lives in Boise. Hide «

M. Aaron Milette
M. Aaron Milette
IT SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATOR
This is Aaron’s fourteenth season with the Idaho Shakespeare Festival. Aaron graduated from Boise State University in 2000 with a BA in English Literature, and a minor in Philosophy. While in college, Aaron became intrigued by the idea of Shakespeare’s theoretical lost play Love’s Labours Won. While no extant copies ... Read more »
This is Aaron’s fourteenth season with the Idaho Shakespeare Festival. Aaron graduated from Boise State University in 2000 with a BA in English Literature, and a minor in Philosophy. While in college, Aaron became intrigued by the idea of Shakespeare’s theoretical lost play Love’s Labours Won. While no extant copies of the play have ever been discovered, Aaron’s recently published work, The Infinite Monkey Theorem: Recreating Love’s Labours Won Through Simian Quantum Superpositioning, has been hailed as a visionary and groundbreaking advancement in the field of Monkey Literary Reproductions. While the LLW text continues to elude them, Aaron and his team of 17 chimpanzees and three large Tesla coils have produced an excellent recreation of Hemingway’s lost work, The Old Man and the Estuary. Aaron remains confident, however, that with the aid of his research assistants, Mika and Michael, as well as an addition 3423 chimpanzees, the recreated text of LLW is within his grasp. Hide «

Cassie Moloney
Cassie Moloney
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
This is Cassie’s second season with Idaho Shakespeare Festival as administrative and development assistant. Cassie was born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky and received her BA in Theater from the University of Kentucky. She then moved to Dublin, Ireland in search of her Irish roots and further theater ... Read more »
This is Cassie’s second season with Idaho Shakespeare Festival as administrative and development assistant. Cassie was born and raised in Lexington, Kentucky and received her BA in Theater from the University of Kentucky. She then moved to Dublin, Ireland in search of her Irish roots and further theater education at the Gaiety School of Acting. Afterwards, she spent six years in Los Angeles until the amazing City of Trees caught her fancy. She just welcomed a precious baby girl and would like to express her everlasting love to Stella, her wonderful Ryan, and two cats- Monsieur Pierre and Piggy French. Cassie is so excited and honored to be with ISF for the 2013 season. Hide «

Rose Orr
Rose Orr
Administrative Assistant
New to the Festival this season, Rose is incredibly excited to be helping out in with just about anything – so long as it’s legal. Rose earned her BA in History from The College of Idaho, focusing her studies on Medieval to Early-Modern Western Europe and Caffeine-Intake, after her previous ... Read more »
New to the Festival this season, Rose is incredibly excited to be helping out in with just about anything – so long as it’s legal. Rose earned her BA in History from The College of Idaho, focusing her studies on Medieval to Early-Modern Western Europe and Caffeine-Intake, after her previous school was destroyed in the biggest battle the wizarding world had ever seen. With the Dark Lord vanquished and safety restored, Rose has been able to begin pursuing her love of travel, learning French, and (thanks to the tutelage of Professors Hagrid and Grubbly-Plank) continue tracking the elusive yet existent Unicornis. Favorite pastimes include alphabetizing, collecting a menagerie of all things peach (colored or flavored), playing with puppies, and taking seasonal trips to Stanley, ID. No matter where these pursuits may take her, Rose lives life by one rule, coined by previous headmaster Albus Dumbledore: Draco dormiens nunquam titillandus.” Hide «

Kiely Prouty
Kiely Prouty
COMPANY MANAGER
This is Kiely’s ninth season with the Festival, and her third season as Company Manager. In past years Kiely has had the pleasure to serve as house manager and assistant stage manager for both ISF and Boise Contemporary Theater. She also spent two seasons as production assistant for ... Read more »
This is Kiely’s ninth season with the Festival, and her third season as Company Manager. In past years Kiely has had the pleasure to serve as house manager and assistant stage manager for both ISF and Boise Contemporary Theater. She also spent two seasons as production assistant for Great Lakes Theater in Cleveland, OH, where she became the biggest fan of Lebron James…only to have her heart broken three years later. Kiely holds a BA in English from Boise State University, and currently attends graduate school. Kiely is incredibly grateful for the current health and happiness of her friends and family. Her upcoming adventures include, but are not limited to, growing peas in her garden, raising a small young man, and swimming (a lot) with or without dolphins. She would like to send a special thanks to Jenna and the animals; this little family is the smartest thing she’s ever started. Kiely looks forward to a fantastic new season with ISF! Hide «

Hannah K. E. Read
Hannah K. E. Read
DIRECTOR OF MARKETING
Hannah started with the Festival in high school, since working in varied capacities for eighteen seasons. She has worked with Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The Montana Repertory Theater, Studio Arena Theater, University of Montana, The Gesundheit! Institute, and is privileged to work with Balance Dance Company and Lake Tahoe Shakespeare ... Read more »
Hannah started with the Festival in high school, since working in varied capacities for eighteen seasons. She has worked with Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The Montana Repertory Theater, Studio Arena Theater, University of Montana, The Gesundheit! Institute, and is privileged to work with Balance Dance Company and Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. Hannah is a costume designer, frequently designing for Boise Contemporary Theater among others. Hannah received a BFA with honors from University of Montana and the UM Presidential Award in Technical Theater. In 2011, Hannah was honored to be among Idaho Business Review’s Women of the Year. Hannah delights in working with the exceptional sponsors and company members of ISF and sends thanks to the lovely Boise community for its unfailing support of, and enthusiasm for, the arts. For Dad and inimitable Femme Formidable Mom. Hannah is a grateful member of the ever-clever Newbill clan and this summer is thrilled to welcome her first child with her utterly marvelous husband, The Handsome Gardener. Hide «

Renee K. Vomocil
Renee K. Vomocil
DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION
This is the sixth season Renee will serve as Director of Education. She feels incredibly blessed to have one of the coolest jobs imaginable. Renee oversees all of the educational programming that happens at the Festival, including directing the Idaho Theater for Youth touring productions, mentoring over 25 ... Read more »
This is the sixth season Renee will serve as Director of Education. She feels incredibly blessed to have one of the coolest jobs imaginable. Renee oversees all of the educational programming that happens at the Festival, including directing the Idaho Theater for Youth touring productions, mentoring over 25 teaching artists for the School of Theater and Camp Shakespeare, and heading up the Festival’s treasured Apprentice Company. So, she proudly feels responsible for many smiles on student faces across Idaho. This past year Renee started a theater residency at the St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital school and is thrilled to have been asked to present the curriculum she wrote for it at the Folger Shakespeare Library Elementary Conference in Washington DC this summer. She has a big sloppy crush on Idaho and is proud to be running, hiking, camping, and skiing in its beautiful outdoors with her hunky husband and their two furry legged children, with whom they are completely obsessed. Hide «

Chandra Woodward
Chandra Woodward
BOX OFFICE MANAGER
Setting up the cloning lab was really pretty easy – it just required a clean room and some equipment. Chandra and her husband Craig had no trouble with that part. Unfortunately, the technology was not quite there, and their plan to clone William Shakespeare backfired when, instead of ... Read more »
Setting up the cloning lab was really pretty easy – it just required a clean room and some equipment. Chandra and her husband Craig had no trouble with that part. Unfortunately, the technology was not quite there, and their plan to clone William Shakespeare backfired when, instead of a clone, they were presented with a real-life, raised from the dead, Zombie Shakespeare. Unthinkingly, they had used the growth hormone from their previous experiments with opposable thumbed cats, and the Zombie grew to unexpected proportions and nearly destroyed Toledo before they were able to finish him off. They live quietly in Idaho now, Chandra manages the Box Office, and ponders this eternal truth: Zombie Shakespeare Bad. Hide «

Christine Zimowsky
Christine Zimowsky
GRANTS & DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATOR
This is Christine’s thirteenth year with the Festival. She holds a BFA in art history from Boise State University and spends her free time working in Batik, sewing, knitting, and could even potentially crochet something—but only if someone’s life was in danger. Christine also has an interest in art of ... Read more »
This is Christine’s thirteenth year with the Festival. She holds a BFA in art history from Boise State University and spends her free time working in Batik, sewing, knitting, and could even potentially crochet something—but only if someone’s life was in danger. Christine also has an interest in art of Mexico and even harbors a small collection of La Catrina figurines. She and her husband, Tully live a life of quiet, meditative contemplation in their ancient North end home (As if! That will only happen once the two spirited creatures under six leave the nest a billion years from now). Christine loves the idea of summer because she no longer has to search around in her home to find two matching socks for anyone. Say yes to flip flops, bicycling, gardens, sunshine, sun tea, lazy days by the kiddie pool, sudden thunderstorms, mojitos on the patio, and that good book she’ll have a hard time finishing because of all the chaos! Hide «

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Carol R. Cole
MASTER GARDENER
This is Carol’s fourteenth season with Idaho Shakespeare Festival. She is a past Advanced Master Gardener. Carol and her husband Greg are owners of Carol’s Custom Gardens – a small personal gardening business, specializing in consultation, maintenance, design and installation, custom potting and encouraging the use of regionally ... Read more »
This is Carol’s fourteenth season with Idaho Shakespeare Festival. She is a past Advanced Master Gardener. Carol and her husband Greg are owners of Carol’s Custom Gardens – a small personal gardening business, specializing in consultation, maintenance, design and installation, custom potting and encouraging the use of regionally appropriate plants. Carol is a Dirt Diva in good standing and holds the following licenses and affiliations: member of the Idaho Nursery and Landscape Association, nurseryman licensee with the Idaho Department of Agriculture, a contributing member of the Idaho Botanical Garden serving on the Garden’s Lunaria Grant Program committee and member of College of Western Idaho Horticulture Technology Technical Advisory Committee. Hide «

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Mark Cytron
TECHNICAL DIRECTOR
Mark is returning for his eighth season at Idaho Shakespeare Festival. Mark also holds the position of Technical Director at Great Lakes Theater in Cleveland, Ohio and Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. He enjoys the opportunity to explore all that is Idaho and feels privileged to be able to call Boise ... Read more »
Mark is returning for his eighth season at Idaho Shakespeare Festival. Mark also holds the position of Technical Director at Great Lakes Theater in Cleveland, Ohio and Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. He enjoys the opportunity to explore all that is Idaho and feels privileged to be able to call Boise home 3 months a year. He earned his BA in Theater from Beloit College. Hide «

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Christopher D. Flinchum
PRODUCTION MANAGER
Chris joined ISF in 2007 and celebrates his sixth season with the company. Chris also is the production manager of ISF’s partner companies, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare and Great Lakes Theater. He has a long history with GLT, serving as production stage manager on over twenty productions over seven seasons. ... Read more »
Chris joined ISF in 2007 and celebrates his sixth season with the company. Chris also is the production manager of ISF’s partner companies, Lake Tahoe Shakespeare and Great Lakes Theater. He has a long history with GLT, serving as production stage manager on over twenty productions over seven seasons. Chris also served as director of production for Cleveland Opera for two seasons. He has toured nationally with The Acting Company’s musical productions of The Comedy of Errors and O, Pioneers, concluding with an off-Broadway run. Other New York credits include productions for Lincoln Center Institute, The American Symphony Orchestra, The Women’s Project and Mannes Opera. Chris holds a BFA from North Carolina School of the Arts. Hide «

Angi Grow
Angi Grow
CHARGE SCENIC ARTIST
Angi Grow graduated from The College of Idaho in 2006 with degrees in art and theater. Scenic painting started in her sophomore year of high school and continued on through college leading to an internship as a scenic artist for ISF in 2004. For the next four years, she worked ... Read more »
Angi Grow graduated from The College of Idaho in 2006 with degrees in art and theater. Scenic painting started in her sophomore year of high school and continued on through college leading to an internship as a scenic artist for ISF in 2004. For the next four years, she worked her way up from scenic intern to assistant to charge. Since then, Angi also has become charge artist for Great Lakes Theater and Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival. In between the big three, Angi has painted sets for Alley Rep, Hollis/Welsh, Boise Contemporary Theater, The College of Idaho, Baldwin Wallace University, Boise State University, Ballet Idaho, Opera Idaho, Idaho Theater for Youth, Shakepearience, and one really sweet dinosaur exhibit for the Western Idaho Fair. Since 2011 Angi has worked on ISF’s touring productions. Angi also participates in the local art scene having two Boise Weekly covers and designing the jellyfish traffic box on 6th and Main. Girl loves to paint. Hide «

Esther M. Haberlen
Esther M. Haberlen
COSTUME SHOP MANAGER
Esther M. Haberlen is thrilled to return to her seventh season with ISF since joining the staff of its sister company Great Lakes Theater in 2003. Esther holds a BFA in Theater Production & Design from State University of New York – Fredonia and is a native of Syracuse, NY. ... Read more »
Esther M. Haberlen is thrilled to return to her seventh season with ISF since joining the staff of its sister company Great Lakes Theater in 2003. Esther holds a BFA in Theater Production & Design from State University of New York – Fredonia and is a native of Syracuse, NY. She has designed for such theaters as Cleveland Opera, Baldwin Wallace College Conservatory of Music, The Cleveland Institute of Music, Dobama Theater and Cleveland Public Theater. Esther happily splits her year between Boise and her other home in Cleveland, OH with her amazingly talented and supportive husband, Richard. Hide «

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Terry J. Martin
PROPERTIES MASTER
Terry J. Martin, a graduate of Wittenberg University, is thrilled to be back for his 5th season at ISF. Regional credits include scenic design, scenic artist and props artist for Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, Great Lakes Theater, Cleveland Opera, Cleveland Institute of Music, Tri-C West, Berea Summer Theater, Lyric ... Read more »
Terry J. Martin, a graduate of Wittenberg University, is thrilled to be back for his 5th season at ISF. Regional credits include scenic design, scenic artist and props artist for Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, Great Lakes Theater, Cleveland Opera, Cleveland Institute of Music, Tri-C West, Berea Summer Theater, Lyric Opera Cleveland, Ensemble Theater, Dobama, Bad Epitaph Theater Co., Cleveland Public Theater and Cleveland Ballet. NYC credits include Circle Repertory Theater, SOHO Repertory Theater and Lincoln Center Institute (associate artistic director). Hide «

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Paul Miller
MASTER ELECTRICIAN
Paul Miller is thrilled to be back for his eighth year with ISF. In addition to working for the festival Paul has worked for Boise Contemporary Theater for five years, as well as designing lights for Eagle Performing Arts Center and Off-Center Dance Company. In the past Paul has worked ... Read more »
Paul Miller is thrilled to be back for his eighth year with ISF. In addition to working for the festival Paul has worked for Boise Contemporary Theater for five years, as well as designing lights for Eagle Performing Arts Center and Off-Center Dance Company. In the past Paul has worked for Great Lakes Theater in Cleveland, the Spoleto Festival in Charleston, and Technical Theater Solutions aboard the Disney cruise ship Wonder. Paul has a BFA in Design/Technology from West Virginia University, and would like to thank his family, friends, and amazing wife Meghan for all their support. Hide «