One of the unique aspects of CUC's Theatre Program is our Artists of Concordia Theatre Student Board of Managers. These students have volunteered their time and energy in leading Concordia's theatrical endeavors. They have taken responsibility of specific areas of the production process and work with the directors, administrator's and creative staff to see that Concordia's Theatre is both a theatre of excellence but a solid educational hands-on experience.
Geordie is from Columbus, IN. He has participated in theatre productions since the 4th grade. His recent roles at Concordia include Romeo in Romeo and Juliet, Ensemble in Godspell, Kenny in Fuddy Meers, and Ernst in Cabaret. Geordie intends to apply his Theatre Major and History Minor to his interest in Dramaturgy.
LIGHTING DESIGN MANAGER
Rebecca Eifert began working on the lighting crew her freshman year of college and has then served for two years on the ACT board as the Lighting Chair. Having worked as board operator, master electrician, and designer, Becca finds the nuances of lighting and all it hato offer as the driving factor behind all her work.
THEATRE OFFICE ASSISTANT & BOX OFFICE MANAGER
Becoming involved with the Artists of Concordia Theatre Department has expanded Rachel’s knowledge of the business and artistic aspects of Theatre. As ACT’s Box Office Manager, Rachel has gained experience in marketing, accounting, and regular business transactions which prove not only useful, but necessary tools for today’s professional market.
Phillip is originally from Springfield, IL where he participated in several small school productions at Lutheran High School. Upon attending Concordia University Chicago, Phillip joined the Artists of Concordia Theatre. Phillip has appeared as Ensemble in Julius Caesar, Jeffery in Godspell, Tybalt in Romeo and Juliet, Peter in The Zoo Story, and Ensemble in Cabaret.
SCENE SHOP FOREMAN
Jenni is from Minnesota and has been involved with Theatre since grade school. Jenni is a theatre artist whose interests include acting, writing, technical design, and a little bit of everything involving theatre.