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Saturday, March 8 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Utilizing Theatre Degrees in Unexpected Ways

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Professionals discuss how career paths can go in unexpected directions and give hints and advice about making the most of your theatre degree in this competitive world.

Speakers
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Karen Brewster

East Tennessee State University, 721
Karen Brewster co-authored Fundamentals of Theatrical Design: A Guide to the Basics of Scenic, Costume, and Lighting Design with a new book titled Theatrical Genre and Style: A Guide for Designers, Directors, and Performers, due out by 2019. She continues to freelance design at the... Read More →
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Barbizon Lighting Company

Barbizon
Barbizon, in business since 1947, is the one-stop source for sales, service, installation and integration of lighting equipment and accessories for the Performing Arts, Themed Environments, Live Productions, Film and Television. We have more than 20,000 products in stocking locations... Read More →
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Gillian Egan

Burr & Forman Law Firm
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Betsey Horth

SETC Executive Director, Southeastern Theatre Conference
Prior to becoming the Executive Director of SETC in 1999,Betsey taught costuming at Buffalo State College for 11 years and worked in marketing and/or development for professional theatres in Wisconsin and at Buffalo, New York as well as in the ski and gift industries. She has... Read More →
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Ben McCarthy

Program Manager, Leadership Development, Seattle Works
Now based out of Seattle, WA, Ben is a training facilitator and Program Manager, Leadership Development at Seattle Works. Types of trainings he facilitates include basics in nonprofit board service, advanced board leadership, practices of leadership, and volunteer management. This... Read More →
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Melissa Shafer

Lighting Designer/Technical Director, East Tennessee State University


Saturday March 8, 2014 9:00am - 10:15am
CC 107 A

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