Are you a student technician, stage manager, or designer of any kind? Or do you love to talk, write, and post about theater? Good news! We’re offering a special resumé and application workshop for students interested in our Technical Theater Career Pathway and Student Publicist programs! In this 90-minute workshop, students will get an in-depth look at both programs, learn some best practices for applying, and have their questions answered by former program participants.
Note: Only graduating seniors are eligible for the Technical Theater Career Pathway track, and only students who are part of the Critical Review or Student Liaison programs can apply for Student Publicist. However, any student is welcome to attend this workshop.
Z Makila (He/Him & They/Them) is an AEA Stage Manager and former Spotlight participant. Some recent theaters Z has worked for include Children’s Theatre Company, The Ordway, Theatre Latté Da and Ten Thousand Things Theater.
Cecelia Deleon was a 2022 Spotlight Education Student Publicist and a 2022 Jimmy Awards Student Reporter. She graduated from Stillwater High School and attends Belmont University where she studies Biology and Neuroscience. Cecilia still maintains a strong passion for communications and has a special love for coordinating social media.
Jonathan Engebretson was a 2022 Spotlight Education Technical Theater Career Pathway winner. He graduated from Kennedy High School and has begun a freelance career as a lighting designer and computerized lighting console programmer. His work can be seen across the country at StarQuest Dance.