The Creative Team
Josh Brook is tremendously excited about being a part of this project. This is Josh’s third year at KSU. You may have seen him in last season's productions of Side By Side By Sondheim at the Strand, Sarah Ruhl’s Melancholy Play or Annie Get Your Gun. He would like to commend the tenacious cast and creative team for their beautiful work. His pursuit of acting/directing will be greatly influenced by his involvement in this show. He would like to thank Harrison Long for asking him to journey with him down the Mississippi. He is now a professional type writing machine! He would also like to thank his father for being patient with him in creating the documentary for this magnificent piece. Enjoy!
Cameron is a Senior of Kennesaw State's Theatre & Performance Studies department. She has recently been an assistant costume designer for KSU's The Good Person of Szechuan and designed her first show last fall, Out at Sea as a part of The Disaster Plays. Cameron has been involved with theatre since middle school, drawn in by the fantasy and appeal of the stage. She studied both art and theatre in high school, and was urged by her directors to design costumes based on her own fantastical closet and flair. Cameron has been learning and working in Kennesaw's Costume Shop since her Freshman year and intends to design, for both the stage and the street, until her fingers fall off.
Steven is a rising senior in the Design/Tech track in KSU's Department of Theatre, Performance Studies and Dance. He was the scenic and lighting designer for What's Your Secret?, and he was assistant designer on Melancholy Play. Most recently Steven was the lighting designer for "Psyche" in KSU's Spring 2011 Student Dance Concert. He has worked on many other shows as a student assistant and in an unofficial capacity.
(Assistant Lighting Designer)
Jeanette is a Senior at Kennesaw State University majoring in Theater and Performance Studies with a concentration in Technical Design and minoring in Classical Studies. She is planning to graduate May 2012. After a 20 years career as a professional photographer, she has found an natural progression into lighting for theatre. She has been an Assistant Lighting Designer for The Disaster Plays, Assistant Master Electrician for Melancholy Play and Lighting Designer for Point of View in the Spring KSU Dance Concert. After completing Splittin' the Raft as the Assistant Lighting Designer she is looking forward the Spring 2012 season where she will be the Lighting Designer for Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet.
Lauren is a senior pursuing a major in Theatre and Performance Studies with a concentration in Design/ Tech as well as a minor in Art History at Kennesaw State University. She has been a student assistant at the KSU scene shop since the fall of 2010 and has worked on many shows including: assistant stage manager for Melancholy Play (KSU) and Voices Underwater (Synchronicity Performance Group), assistant scenic designer for Fences (KSU) and The Good Person of Szechwan (KSU), spotlight operator for Annie Get Your Gun (KSU) and prop master for This is Not a Drill: The Disaster Plays (KSU). Her play One in a Million was selected for the KSU New Works and Ideas playwriting festival in 2010 and fully staged in What's Your Secret? (KSU).