|Davis Brown, front center in our the Patel|
Conservatory's first musicals, Godspell
Monday, June 11, 2012
Former students return as teachers
Welcome back to some of our very first students who are returning to us as interns and teachers!
They started as students here in our theater department at the Patel Conservatory in Tampa, come before the building was even built, and return to us to share their knowledge and experience.
Davis Brown was in many of our early Patel Conservatory Youth Theater (PCYT) productions in his elementary years. He currently attends Interlochen Arts Academy, a performing arts high school in Michigan. This summer he returns to us as a theater apprentice in technical theater and film. He’ll help with camera work and editing for the Making a Short Film camp and scenic and lighting work for our PCYT productions.
Maggie Mularz was an intern at the Conservatory as a high school student. She went on to study at Juliard and returns to us this summer in her first adjunct faculty position. She’ll be a teacher’s assistant for PCYT’s Normal: the Musical and the Making a Short Film camp. She’ll also be teaching the Intro to Performing Arts camp for preschoolers.
Zach Mullen was part of our early PCYT shows as an elementary student. He’ll be studying theater performance and directing at the New School in New York City this fall. This summer he’ll be a theater apprentice at the Conservatory, with a focus on directing and technical theater. He’ll also be coordinating our student theater bloggers/vloggers. (Look for our summer theater blogs soon!)
Former student Ian Burns has been a theater apprentice for the past year. He continues with us this summer as a teacher’s assistant for Aesop’s Fables as he helps students bring written stories to the stage.
Congratulations to these students for pursuing their passions and are now working their field!
We are now accepting resumes for our fall theater internships and apprentice positions. For more information, please click here.