Posts filed under stage manager

Paula Pickreign

PAULA PICKREIGN (stage manager) was born and raised in Syracuse NY. For 6 years she worked as a sound engineer and music producer with bands such as Summer People and New Found Glory at SubCat studios. Paula now resides in NYC and oversees many behind-the-scenes aspects of multiple productions at The People’s Improv Theater, one of the top three comedy schools in New York. Paula is also the business manager for the world’s number one Hip-Hop Improv team, North Coast. An avid percussionist herself, Paula directed and arranged Winter Drumline Programs for six years resulting in five state titles. Now touring as the stage manager with Broadway’s Next Hit Musical, Paula is excited to bring her charm, technical skills, and Sweet Sweet tattoos to audiences all over the country.

 

Posted on August 6, 2016 and filed under stage manager.

Tonya Pierre

TONYA PIERRE (Stage Manager) is a California native who moved to New York City thirteen years ago. She has been in the entertainment industry as a sound and light technician for over a decade and has also worked as a stage manager for certain productions. She is a recent graduate of The City College of New York with a BFA in Classical Vocal Performance.

 

Posted on August 4, 2016 and filed under stage manager.

Emilie Hanson

EMILIE HANSON (Stage Manager) is thrilled to be a part of Broadway’s Next H!T Musical. She manages Wildlife Theater for the Wildlife Conservation Society at the Central Park Zoo in Manhattan. Where she develops and runs conservation-based educational theater for school age children. Emilie also tours as a stage manager for Broadway's Next H!t Musical. Emilie has been living and working in New York City for 10 years and grateful for the opportunities and support BNHM has provided.

 

 

Posted on August 3, 2016 and filed under stage manager.

Amy Merli

AMY MERLI (Stage Manager) has worked as a stage manager since 2003. She "wears many hats" (literally and figuratively) as a stage manager, rehearsal director, professional dancer, environmentalist and an events manager. However, Amy mostly spends her time creating events with wearable art made from trash with her organization she founded called Trashion Fashion. www.trashionfashion.org

 

Posted on August 2, 2016 and filed under stage manager.