Guitars, projectors, and dogs – oh my!
Brittan is Meydenbaur Center Theatre’s Production Manager and has been with the organization for over 10 years. With a great amount of experience, he enjoys stagecraft and helping make your vision a reality. Brittan received a BA in Philosophy with a minor in classical guitar and does a lot of creative work using projectors for the local music scene. Outside of work, Brittan likes to spend time with his family and his 2 loving dogs.
Theatre Services Manager
From the Midwest to the Northwest.
Devon is a seasoned arts administrator and Meydenbauer Center Theatre’s Theatre Services Manager. With roots in Chicago and the renowned The Second City, Devon moved to Seattle in 2016. She thrives at making sure you’re choosing the right venue for your event and helping plan your audience experience. Devon thoroughly enjoys the PNW weather and scenery – especially when it comes to walking her dog.
Composer, mixer and more.
Barry has worked as a Sound Technician since 2011 for many theaters and festivals. He’s worked with such venues as the Cornish Poncho Theater, Columbia City Theater and festivals like Doe Bay fest. Barry enjoys composing and playing music, writing songs, and mixing records and live shows.
Nick is a Master Craftsperson for Meydenbauer Center Theatre and a consummate musician and sound engineer. With a passion for live performance, Nick loves the process of overcoming each event’s unique challenges. He strives to make each group that comes to the theatre sound their best.
To the fly rail and beyond!
Jordan started with Meydenbauer Center Theatre in 2014 assisting staff and audience members in the front-of-house. Now, he works as Key Grip for the theatre providing exceptional service for our wide variety of events. In addition to performing as a supervisor and stagehand, Jordan provides facilities assistance, operates the fly rail and supports his fellow technicians.
Let me tell you a story…
A Key Grip for Meydenbauer Center Theatre, Erik’s involvement in theatrical productions spans nearly a decade. He’s had the opportunity to work on many types of live performances and his current focus is lighting. Erik’s passion for performing arts stems from storytelling and its many varied forms and functions. He believes everyone should get the chance to have their story seen and heard and passionately partakes in helping those stories come to life on stage.
Patrick is a Theater Grip for Meydenbauer Center Theatre hailing from Boston, Massachusetts. With a BS in Audio and Media Production, Patrick enjoys making music in his free time – particularly drumming.