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dcadigan@stanford.edu | (650) 725-2399 | Memorial Hall Lower Scene Shop
Daniel Cadigan
Stage Technology Specialist. Daniel Cadigan is a shop carpenter with TAPS. He has also worked as the Technical Director for Broadway by the Bay, at San Mateo High School, Ray of Light, and at other performing arts organizations in the Bay Area. Special interests include stage capentry, welding, mechanical systems, and stage automation.
janecasa@stanford.edu | (650) 725-2398 | Memorial Hall Room 146
Jane Casamajor
Production Manager. Jane has had the pleasure to work in a wide range of organizations developing expertise in a range of art forms with a huge variety of artists. This experience includes, regional professional theater with Arena Stage, San Jose Repertory Theater and Peninsula Players Theater. Rental and presenting venues with the Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture, and the Hammer Theater Center. And educational theater at Boston University School of Theater where Jane received her MFA in Production Management and Certificate in Arts Administration. The excitement of working with students and professionals to explore the challenges of creating art on stage keeps Jane passionate about performing arts.
kdooling@stanford.edu | (650) 723-4379 | Roble Gym Room 149B
Katie Dooling
Student Services Officer. Katie is the TAPS Student Services Officer. She has a B.A. in Communication from Santa Clara University and an M.A. in Counselor Education from San Jose State. Prior to joining TAPS, Katie worked in the Stanford English Department for many years. She is passionate about helping students during their time at Stanford. Please email Katie with any questions about the graduate or undergraduate program.
tony.kramer@stanford.edu | (650) 725-0740 | Roble Gym Room 147B
Tony Kramer
Facilities Coordinator. Tony joined the Dance Division in 1986, and is currently a member of the TAPS production staff. He supervises departmental events in both the Roble Gym Complex and the Nitery. In addition to maintaining the classrooms and studios of the Roble Gym complex, he also coordinates space reservations and scheduling between a multitude of campus organizations, including the Dance Division, student arts groups, and the Stanford Health Improvement Program.
brendonm@stanford.edu | Memorial Hall Room 144 B
Brendon Martin
Marketing + Special Events Coordinator. Brendon Martin is a graduate of Stanford Drama and a freelance director and stage manager. With over 200 productions under his belt, he is excited to be working with students, and helping them to showcase their work at Stanford and beyond.
bmckeown@stanford.edu | (650) 725-0774 | Roble Gym Office 101
Beth McKeown
Director of Finance and Operations. Beth is delighted to be a part of TAPS! Holding an undergraduate degree from UC Davis in Sociology and an MA in Education from Stanford, Beth was most recently an Assistant Dean in the School of Humanities & Sciences Dean’ Office at Stanford, focusing on curricular initiatives and review, academic policy, and student services support. She has also held student services positions around campus, including the Department of Psychology and the School of Medicine. Beth also has experience in student affairs at Princeton and Tufts Universities and in K-12 teaching. She is excited take part in facilitating the efforts and endeavors of the department!
kmcmullen@stanford.edu | Roble Gym Room 147B
Kenny McMullen
Master Electrician. Kenny provides support to productions as Master Electrician and Supervisor of lighting installations. He has more than twenty years of experience in technical theater and works as Master Electrician, Head Rail, and Stagehand for a variety of performing arts groups in the Bay Area. Kenny's interests include creating special lighting effects.
heathermiller@stanford.edu | (650) 723-2598 | Memorial Hall Room 132
Heather Patterson
Costume Shop Lead. Heather Patterson Miller is the Costume Shop Lead for TAPS. She received her BS from the University of California, Davis in Costume Design and is currently working toward her MFA. She has worked in design, construction, and patternmaking for UC Davis, West Bay Opera, and Stanford Summer Theater, as well as for the fashion industry.
sokuda@stanford.edu | Memorial Hall Room 144 A
Stefanie Okuda
Director of Marketing & Special Events. Stefanie joined Stanford TAPS in 2008. She studied Theatre Arts and Philosophy at Santa Clara University, where she also worked for the Director of the Center of Performing Arts. Her interests involve developing new and more diverse audiences for the performing arts.
japineda@stanford.edu | (650) 723-2576 | Roble Gym Room 149
Janet Pineda
Administrative Associate. Janet Pineda is the Administrative Associate for TAPS. She received a B.S. in Business Administration from San Francisco State University and worked in retail management before joining Stanford.
pstrayer@stanford.edu | (650) 723-0484 | Memorial Hall Upper Scene Shop
Paul Strayer
Shop Lead. Paul Strayer manages the Department's scene shops. In addition, he teaches a variety of woodworking and furniture-making classes during the academic year.
eriks17@stanford.edu | (650) 723-2646 | Memorial Hall Room 130
Erik Sunderman
Technical Director. Erik has a BFA from the University of South Dakota in Technical Theatre and an MFA in Technical Design and Production from the Yale School of Drama. Prior to working for TAPS, Erik was the Technical Director for San Jose Repertory Theater. He has a strong interest in mechanical and structural design for the stage as well as automation.
emma.vossbrink@stanford.edu | Memorial Hall Room 132
Emma Vossbrink
Cutter/Draper. Emma Vossbrink has previously worked with Opera San José (12 seasons), Ballet San José, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, and Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Member of Theatrical Wardrobe Union, Local #784.