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  • Amber Dettmers

    Amber Dettmers

    Amber Dettmers is an MFA Stage Management graduate of 2020 and holds a BA in Theatre from Loyola University Chicago. LUC credits: Katrina: The K Word (PSM), As You Like It (ASM). Chicago credits: Wounds to the Face (PM), After the Dance (PM), A Number (PSM) and Scenes From an Execution (PSM) with Runcible Theatre; SeminarA Walk in the WoodsJake’s Women, and A Bright Room Called Day (PSM, Spartan Theatre); Savage in Limbo and Take Me Back (PM, The Poor Theatre); Vices & Virtues (PSM, Profiles Theatre); Ghost Gardens (PSM, Pegasus Theatre Chicago). UC San Diego credits: A Beautiful Day in November on the Banks of the Greatest of the Great Lakes (ASM), How to Defend Yourself (PSM, WNPF 2018), A Raisin in the Sun (ASM), She Kills Monsters (ASM).
  • Jacob Russell

    Jacob Russell

    Jacob Russell is an MFA Stage Management graduate of 2020. Jacob began his professional career at Actors Theatre of Louisville as a stage management intern (2012-2013). He later returned for This Random World (40th annual Humana Fes-tival of New American Plays, 2016). Jacob is from NYC and has staged managed with Primary Stages, The Flea Theater, The Public Theater and The Mad Ones. He also worked in New Orleans from 2014-’17 and stage managed with Le Petit Theatre, The NOLA Project and Goat in the Road. This summer Jacob was an ASM for La Jolla Music Society’s Summer Fest. He has a BA in Theatre Arts from Hendrix College. UC San Diego credits: The Jefferson Middle School Monthly (WNPF ‘19), The MisanthropewinterWorks ‘19Mother Courage and Her Children (ASM), What of the Night? (ASM), Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. (ASM), SERE (PSM, WNPF ‘18), Heel, Skull, Hamletmachine.
  • Nico Lambros Smith

    Nico Lambros Smith

    Nicholas Lambros Smith is an MFA Stage Management graduate of 2020. He was raised in the Pacific Northwest and holds a BA in Theater Arts from Portland State University, where he received awards in Sound Design (KCACTF, for Fen and Our Country’s Good) and Direction (University Commendation, for Closer). Other credits include five productions with Cirque du Soleil: CorteoKooza, and Totem (Touring); Zarkana and  (Las Vegas).