Meet the 2017 PST Company

Executive Board

 

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C. Luke Soucy,
Artistic Director

C. Luke Soucy is honored to be serving as Artistic Director for Princeton Summer Theater's 48th Season. A Minneapolis-based director, Soucy's previous work at Hamilton Murray includes his staging of California Suite and his appearance as Elwood P. Dowd in Harvey, serving also as Original Projects Director and Production Manager of Theatre Intime. For the past two years, he has also served as a director at Blue Water Theatre Company, most recently leading their productions of Oklahoma!, Assassins, and Lord of the Flies. He is greatly looking forward to the upcoming summer of theatre, and hopes you will join him and all of PST for the coming season.

 

Megan Berry,
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Megan Berry is delighted to be returning to Princeton Summer Theater for a second year, having served as the company's Executive Associate for 2016 season. A current Princeton undergraduate from Cambridge, MA, Megan is actively involved with the Lewis Center for the Arts, as well as serving as Production Manager for Theatre Intime. In addition to working in theatrical administration, Megan has experience with technical theater, particularly lighting design. Recent design credits include A Dream Play and Lobby Hero with the Lewis Center for the Arts, and Harvey and Oleanna with Theatre Intime, where Megan also served as stage manager for California Suite.

 

Jake Schade, Communications and Publicity Director

Jake is thrilled to be working with Princeton Summer Theater this season. A Class of 2017 graduate of the Princeton University Anthropology department, Jake has been involved with many aspects of the technical side of theater. Alongside his tenure as Technical Director of Theatre Intime and Chair of the Orange Key tour guide organization, he has served as stage manager and lighting designer for several shows with the Lewis Center for the Arts. He also works as a Ticket Manager with Princeton University Ticketing. Say hello to him in the box office when you're buying your tickets! 

 

Sydney Becker,
Production Stage manager

Sydney is a recent graduate of Princeton University's class of 2017 with a major in Anthropology and a certificate in Theater.  Her experience at Princeton includes lighting design for the Program in Theater - most recently Into the Woods and Mad Forest - as well as designing many shows for Princeton's various student theater groups.  She has been on Theatre Intime's board for multiple semesters, including serving on its executive board as Production Manager, and served as Production Stage Manager for PST's 2016 season.  She is thrilled to return to the role of Production Stage Manager for a second year!

 

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michelle navis,
Rehearsal Stage manager

Michelle Navis is a 2017 graduate of Princeton hailing from Lynden, Washington. As a French major with a certificate in Theater, she recently completed directing her senior thesis production, a Francophone movement piece called Nous les Vagues. While at Princeton, she acted in Mad Forest and The Vagina Monologues and stage managed a number of productions including The Luckiest Girl, Hair, and Cabaret. She also served as production manager for the most recent season of the Princeton Triangle Club and sang alto in Glee Club. Michelle is looking forward to a fast-paced summer of theater!

 

Chamari White-Mink, Executive Associate

Chamari White-Mink is ecstatic to join the Princeton Summer Theater Board as the Executive Associate for the 2017 season. Throughout her first year as an undergraduate at Princeton University, she has dedicated herself to all aspects of theater, and is excited to continue to do so this summer. Chamari currently serves as the Assistant Technical Director on Theatre Intime’s managing board. She made her directing debut at Princeton in the Student Playwrights Festival this year and is now the assistant lighting designer for Agamemnon with Theatre Intime. She is eagerly anticipating a summer of excellent theatre!