Our Education Department is looking for production staff and teaching artists to join us in 2020. The Junior Intern Company hires a Music Director, Stage Manager, Scenic/Props Designer, and Costume Designer for the season, as well as Director/Choreographers for each show. Our Summer Camps hire teaching artists for full season and weekly contracts. To apply, please email a resume and letter of interest to Josh Feder, Education Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
JOSHUA M. FEDER
Director of Education & Artistic Associate
Josh is honored to be calling the Barn his home for his 12th summer. In addition to directing, choreographing, and overseeing the Junior Intern Company since 2008, he directed Over the Pub, Sylvia, and three Straw Hat Revues; choreographed The Student Prince and Side by Side by Sondheim, and has taught several acting classes. Locally, he directed Cymbeline (Hanover High); choreographed South Pacific (Opera North), The Liar (Dartmouth College), and Anything Goes (NCCT Teens); and assistant directed Trick or Treat and Mamma Mia! (Northern Stage). Other favorite productions include: The Drowsy Chaperone, Legally Blonde, The Heidi Chronicles, The Learned Ladies, Sweeney Todd, The Comedy of Errors, Arms and the Man, How I Learned to Drive, Time Stands Still, and The Last 5 Years. Assistant Director: 1776 (PaperMill), Pirates! (Huntington), Dramatis Personae (Cherry Lane), and The Sisters Rosensweig (South Coast Rep). He has worked with Roundabout Theatre Company, New York Theatre Workshop, and Goodspeed Musicals. He spent three years as the Director of Theater at the Kingswood Oxford School and has taught at Terpsichore Dance and Theatre Company. Josh received his BA from Dartmouth College and is currently pursuing his MFA in Directing at UC Irvine. Love and thanks to friends, family, and Philip.
Director of Camps
Kayla is native to Pensacola, Florida, and delighted to be in her 4th season as Camps Director for the Barn. She holds a BA in Acting from the University of West Florida, and has worked professionally as an actor, director, and educator along the Gulf Coast for nearly 10 years. Currently, she serves on the Board of Directors for Arrant Knavery, a Pensacola-based theatre company that brings classical and underproduced works to life. Aside from theatre, Kayla enjoys spending time with family, practicing yoga, going to baseball games, Disney World, and being outdoors. Kayla and her husband, Nick, are excited to welcome a baby girl to their family this September!
Education Programs Manager
Andrew is pleased to be returning for his seventh summer with the Barn. Previously for the Children's Theater Series: How to Eat Like A Child, The Taming of the Shrew, Romeo and Juliet, and Love's Labour's Lost. Andrew's performance career includes tenures with Great Lakes Theater, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Ithaca Shakespeare Festival, and the Barn! He is just wrapping up his Artistic Fellowship with Story Pirates in NYC, where he has spent time as an Associate Producer of the Story Pirates Podcast, Associate of Development, and Assistant Director with a selection of Story Pirates shows.
BRITTANY SUE HINES
Brittany is thrilled to be back at the Barn for her third summer! Brittany is a teaching artist, director/choreographer, and TYA actor based out of Chicago, IL. Brittany graduated from The Hartt School in 2016 with a BFA in Musical Theatre. Brittany has directed/choreographed youth productions at The Palace Theatre in Manchester (Les Miserables: School Edition, Curtains) and here at The New London Barn Playhouse (Stuart Little, Puss in Boots, Around the World). In addition to her administrative and social media work at the Barn, Brittany currently performs with Chicago Kid's Company and has worked as a teaching artist for Dream Big Performing Arts Workshop, Emerald City Theatre, and Northlight Theatre back home in Chicago.