Stage Manager Intern
Daniella is so excited to be a part of the Barn’s 2019 season! She is a rising sophomore at Ithaca College, where she is a Theatre Studies major focusing in stage management. Her Ithaca College credits include Production Assistant for Violet and The Kid Thing, and Stage Manager for Morning. Other credits include Assistant Stage Manager for The Dolls of New Albion with the National Theatre For Student Artists, Assistant Stage Manager for White Girl In Danger (reading), and Stage Manager for Dog Sees God.
After finishing his first year as a technical direction major at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, Chris is very excited to be joining the Barn this summer as a scenic intern! During his first year of college, Chris worked as a carpenter and deck carpenter on many different productions at his program, such as Vinegar Tom, 10 Blocks on the Camino Real, The Rehearsal, and Measure for Measure. Chris would like to thank his friends and family for their endless support, as well as the Barn for allowing him the opportunity to grow and develop his scenic skills during their 2019 season!
Kaitlin is very excited to be spending her first summer out east at the Barn! She just finished her junior year at Bethany Lutheran College where she’s pursuing a studio art major. When she’s not washing paint or clay out of her clothes she can be found helping to sew costumes for theater productions at her school. Some of her favorites from past years are Sleepy Hollow, Kiss Me, Kate, Oklahoma! and The Importance of Being Ernest.
Emma is thrilled to be working her first summer stock at the New London Barn Playhouse. Emma will be going into her third year as a technical theatre student at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. She is a Theatre Major and double minor in dance and music. Since attending UNK she has been involved in both the technical and performance aspects of the theatre department. She is also the Master Carpenter for her school’s scene shop. Most recently she was Xantippe/ Assistant Scenic Designer for Lysistrata, Beggar/ Properties Master for Ghost Sonata, Understudy/ Jitterbug/Assistant Stage Manager for Eurydice, and Assistant Lighting Designer for Orphan Train.
Courtney is thrilled and grateful to be a part of New London Barn Playhouse this summer. She is a recent graduate of Wayne State University in Detroit, MI with a BFA in Technical Theatre/Design. Her past Properties Master credits include: Xtigone &Stupid F**king Bird (Wayne State University ). She was the Production Stage Manager for the 2019 Heck-Rabi Playwriting Festival. Past ASM credits include: Mamma MIA, Sister Act, Legally Blonde, Harriet Jacobs (Wayne State University), La Centerola (Opera Modo), & In The Heights (The Detroit Actors Theatre Company).
Electrics Intern/Follow Spot Operator
Chris is a recent graduate of University of Northern Iowa in which he received his B.A in Theatre: Design & Production. His main passion is lighting design and his two biggest inspirations are Vincent Van Gogh and light designer Jean Rosenthal. He is an Iowa native and was raised in Des Moines, where corn is strictly outlawed. He hates long walks on the beach and is very notable as being less funny in person. His main aspiration is to end up on the east coast for a graduate level education and to continue to increase his design portfolio and to learn as much theatre as possible.
Electrics Intern/Follow Spot Operator
Rianne is a Pittsburgh, PA native and rising senior at Point Park University. She is ecstatic to be working her first summer here at the Barn. Rianne is a Theatre Production: Design major with a concentration in lighting with plans to be a freelance lighting designer post-graduation. Some of her favorite production credits include The Old Man and The Sea (assistant lighting designer), Cabaret (assistant lighting designer), Student Choreography Project (lighting designer), and History Boys (master electrician). She would like to thank her friends and family, as always, for supporting her through the busy weeks, long nights, and making the leap to leave home this summer. Rianne is a proud member of the Pittsburgh Playhouse Inclusion and Accessibility Committee and a strong advocate for theatre and the arts to become a more welcoming place for people with disabilities.
Grace is from Muskego, Wisconsin and will be a senior at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater completing her BFA in Technical Theatre and Design with an emphasis in Costume Design. Her design experience at UW-Whitewater includes Assistant Costume Designing for Dear Ruth, Greater Tuna, and Triumph of Love, as well as designing for DanceScapes ’18 and DanceScapes ’19. Grace works in the UW-Whitewater Costume shop, and is very excited to be working at The Barn this summer. Grace would like to thank her friends and family for their support, and The Barn for this wonderful Opportunity. She hopes you enjoy the show!
Hannah is a BFA Production and Design major concentrating in Sound Design with a minor in Musical Theatre at Montclair State University. Hannah is so excited and honored to be apart of the Barn's summer season! Recent performing credits include Christine in A Doll's House at MSU, Anne Marie in A Doll's House at FDU, Protean Swing in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at FDU. Recent technical credits include Sound Designing Danceworks. A1 for Orlando at MSU, Work's A Foot, A2 for The Full Monty, Assistant Stage Manager/Assistant Sound Operator in Company. She would like to thank her mom, dad, sister, her boyfriend Patrick for loving and supporting her throughout her journey in both the performance and technical side of theatre.