2014 Season

Meet Courtney Johnson - MST 2014 Production Manager!

courtney johnsonMarin Summer Theater is thrilled to present Courtney Johnson, our 2014 Production Manager. As Production Manager, Courtney is officially our top tech. Production Manager is a critical company position as Courtney will be responsible for all technical aspects of the coming season. In addition to overseeing all three shows, Courtney will be the Technical Director for CYRANO DE BERGERAC and ANYTHING GOES.

Courtney hit the stage as a performer at age 3 and continued as a hula and Polynesian dancer through college, while singing in choirs and a cappella groups. During this time she learned several instruments and acted in various plays and musicals. Courtney was able to pay her way through Cal Lutheran University as a stage technician, many of which jobs included stage managing, running lights, and learning how to deal with strong personalities.

Over the last few years Courtney has been a master electrician at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza and resident lighting designer for Actors' Repertory Theatre of Simi Valley. She was recognized as one of the American College Theatre Festival's Top 10 Directors for Region 8 in 2006.  She recevied three Four Star Theatre Alliance Awards in 2011 for Best Overall Production (producer's award) and Best Lighting Design for "Wait Until Dark" and Best Set Design for her work on "The Seven Year Itch." Everyone at Marin Summer Theater is very excited to have her on board and we welcome her to our community.

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About Marin Summer Theater

Marin Summer Theater (MST) is an award winning non-profit theater company for students of performing arts between the ages of 13 and 23. The MST company prepares and presents three fully-staged productions in a six-week summer season. MST's mission is threefold: To present exciting, professional quality drama, musical theater and musical revue productions; to keep tuition as low as possible so that cost is not a barrier to participation; to create a diverse company of college and high school students.

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