"The reason I wanted to be a part of this project as a stage manager is that I was looking for more opportunities to gain experience within the profession. This project, in particular, focuses more on the process rather than the product and the necessary communication that is needed to turn ideas into reality. I think stage management is an interesting way to help support the story that we are trying to tell onstage."
"I am excited to be a part of this project because I think it is an interesting reflection and reminder of what I was doing at this point in time. Before the Fall semester, I had watched the Hunter Theatre Club's production of La Casa de Bernarda Alba and I was really proud of their work especially since it was a Zoom play. Also seeing that performance made me really miss working in a production and the process of art-making itself. So far, it has been an interesting collaborative experience that I am proud to be a part of."
Ariane Terrell is a senior at Hunter College with a major in Theatre and a minor in Media Studies. Her previous work includes a CUNY alumni production of The Unicorn that Discovered Self-Love as a stage manager, along with the spring 2020 Hunter Theatre department production of Mother Courage as an Assistant Stage Manager. She is excited to be a part of this departmental project and more importantly, to collaborate with her peers.