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Saturday, March 2 • 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Teaching Stage Management

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This round-table discussion will offer ideas on how and what to teach budding stage managers in a high school or college classroom setting.

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Karen Baker

Full Time Lecturer, The U of Alabama Huntsville
Karen Baker is a Director/Stage manager and is on her fifth year teaching with the University of Alabama Huntsville. She received her MFA in Directing from The University of Alabama. She has also been involved with the Stage Management committee at SETC for 6 years.

Stacy Blackburn

Academic Production Manager/Head of Stage Management, Lindenwood U
A proud member of the Actors' Equity Association for 20 years, Stacy is currently the Academic Production Manager/Head of Stage Management for Lindenwood University. Throughout the course of her career, Stacy has worked for theatres down the east coast and all over the Midwest, including... Read More →
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Patricia Crotty

Professor of Acting and Stage Management, Florida School of the Arts
During her tenure as Professor of Acting and Stage Management at Florida School of the Arts Patricia Crotty has directed over fifty play and musicals, in addition to designing and implementing the stage management degree which she supervises. She is a past Chairman of the SETC Stage... Read More →
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Jen Lane

Adjunct Professor, U of Montevallo
Jen Nelson Lane is a freelance AEA Stage Manager based in Montevallo, AL. She is an adjunct professor at the University of Montevallo and Samford University, where she teaches Stage Management, Arts Administration, Play Analysis, Business of the Arts, and Intro to Theatre. Professional... Read More →

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