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Small Fragments of Becoming by Jack Spagnola (dir. Ryan Dobrin), Creative Producer, IN DEVELOPMENT

Above the Noise by Daphne Gampel (dir. Ryan Dobrin), Lead Producer, Dixon Place

  • Raised over $7,000 through individual donor asks.

  • Served as liason to Dixon Place. Managed contracts, agreements, and tax forms

Dutchman by Amiri Baraka (dir. Ryan Dobrin), Lead Producer, Access Theater

  • Raised over $10,000 through individual donor asks and a crowdfunding campaign.

  • Oversaw production, creative, producing, and marketing teams.

  • Managed budgets, equipment rentals, transportation, tech schedule, and salaries.

  • Wrote fundraising copy and created a video to promote our crowdfunding campaign.

  • Tracked donations and donors. Organized and mailed donor gifts.

Lempicka by Carson Kreitzer & Matt Gould (dir. Rachel Chavkin), Assistant Choreographer, Williamstown Theatre Festival

West Side Story by Arthur Laurents, Leonard Bernstein, & Stephen Sondheim (dir. Steven Spielberg), Casting Production Assistant, Ellen Chenoweth Casting

Proof of Love by Chisa Hutchinson (dir. Jade King Carroll), Light Board Operator, New York Theatre Workshop

Infinite Hotel by Michael McQuilken, Amanda Palmer, and Jason Webley (dir. Michael McQuilken), Production Assistant, Prototype Festival

Catch as Catch Can by Mia Chung (dir. Ken Rus Schmoll), Light/Sound Board Operator, Page 73

The Home Project, Director / Choreographer, Wesleyan University

Pippin by Stephen Schwartz & Roger O. Hirson (dir. Susannah Clark), Choreographer, Wesleyan Second Stage

21 Chump Street by Lin-Manuel Miranda (dir. Ryan Dobrin), Choreographer, Wesleyan Second Stage

Sweeney Todd by Stephen Sondheim & Hugh Wheeler (dir. Maia Nelles-Sager), Light Designer, Wesleyan Second Stage

Into the Woods by Stephen Sondheim & James Lapine (dir. Johnny Lazebnik & Maia Nelles-Sager), Master Carpenter, Wesleyan Second Stage

She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen (dir. Kai Magee), Sound Designer, Wesleyan Second Stage

In the Heights by Lin-Manuel Miranda & Quiara Alegría Hudes (dir. Cláudia Tatinge Nascimento), Actor - Graffiti Pete, Wesleyan University


Jacob's Pillow, Institutional Support Assistant, Becket, MA

  • Created reports on prospective grants from corporate, foundational, and government organizations to reach the philanthropy team’s year goal. 

  • Found new funding opportunities, particularly for digital media and diversity initiatives.

  • Organized and maintained institutional records in Tessitura.

Mark Morris Dance Group, Operations Intern, New York, NY

  • Established and implemented more efficient systems for tracking space use, processing rental requests, and updating inventory using Google Sheets and Excel. 

  • Researched renters and their artistic work. Compiled this information for subsidized space grants from Dance/NYC and NYSCA. 

  • Served as a production assistant for performances and events at the dance center. Helped manage performance tech, front of house, and post-show receptions.

  • Created a sustainability plan to reduce the center’s environmental impact and save an estimated $3000 per year. Tracked supplies use and costs to identify inefficiencies. 

American Ballet Theatre, Development and Sales Specialist, New York, NY

  • Sold subscription and membership packages to patrons by telephone. Implemented personalized sales techniques.


W.O.R.X, Website Designer, New York, NY

  • Built and designed websites for Guggenheim Fellow Raphael Xavier to showcase his touring dance works and to provide a base for his new mentorship program.

  • Worked directly with Raphael to establish the details of his mentorship program, creating language to market the program and a scheduling system within Wix.

Dance/USA, Communications Intern, Washington, DC​

  • Wrote and edited national press releases. Expanded the press list to reach more dance communities on the west coast.

  • Managed all social media accounts by writing posts, scheduling campaigns, and sharing updates to our membership of over 400 dance companies.

  • Created a database of Dance/USA-branded content to be used for future events, press releases, emails, and social media posts.

Grok, Advertising Intern, New York, NY

  • Wrote market reports from gathered information on clients and their products.

  • Managed the company calendar, tracking campaign launch dates, meetings, and company events.

  • Created a report on Grok’s social media profile, including analyses of competitors’ strategies, research on effective social media use, and a plan for Grok to improve its social media presence. Presented the report to the founding partners of Grok.

Enchanted Circle Theater, Teaching Artist Intern, Holyoke, MA

  • Taught English language learners grades 3-5 to improve their English through art projects, reading and creative writing exercises, and acting activities.

Wesleyan Center for the Arts, Box Office Assistant Manager, Middletown, CT

  • Sold tickets to patrons, answered phone calls, and organized tickets for mailing.

  • Managed front of house during shows, tracked and reported ticket sales to manager.


Fusion Dance Crew, Director/Choreographer, Middletown, CT

  • Organized and led rehearsals, meetings, and auditions. Led group’s artistic vision.

  • Acquired rehearsal and performance spaces and rented lighting and sound equipment.

  • Performed as featured soloist dancer in Wesleyan performing arts showcases.

Milk & Choreo, Director/Dance Instructor, Middletown, CT

  • Organized and promoted weekly dance classes to spread the art of hip hop dance.

  • Built an online following to promote dance events. Organized community programs.

  • Booked professional choreographers to visit and teach as part of our Celebrity Series.

Alpha Delta Phi Literary Society, Undergraduate Governor, Lakemoor, IL

  • Elected governor by peers to represent undergraduates on the national board of governors.

  • Served on the Development Committee. Raised funds for Society initiatives.

Cardinal Pictures, Creative Consultant, Middletown, CT

  • Redesigned the brand identity of the production company with a creative team, creating a cohesive visual identity, a new name, and a logo.

Ann Hutt Browning Poetry Competition, Judge, Ashfield, MA

Ashfield Poetry, Co-founder/Host, Ashfield, MA

  • Established an ongoing monthly poetry open-mic series, with featured guest poets.

  • Co-hosted each event, managing the open mic list, announcing each poet, and introducing the guest poet.

Volunteer work for Abraham.In.Motion at APAP and for Double Edge Theatre.

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Photo by Danielle Wineman