Lettie Van Hemert (Managing Director, Sixth Season) is tremendously excited about CSC’s growth over the six years she has lived in Cincinnati, and is even more excited to see what comes next. In addition to her current role as Managing Director, she has been the Box Office Manager and Director of Operations for the company. She is from Lincoln, NE and holds a B.F.A. in theatre from the University of Nebraska Lincoln. Lettie has found careers both on and offstage. She has performed with Nebraska Repertory Theatre, Flatwater Shakespeare Company, The Angels Theatre Company, and The Crooked Codpiece Company. Favorite shows include Metamorphoses and Love’s Labour’s Lost. As an arts administrator, Lettie has worked for the Lincoln Community Playhouse and Lux Center for the Arts. She also has fond memories of time spent behind the information counter at Joseph Beth Booksellers. Lettie is proud to be married to the most versatile actor she knows.
Contact Lettie at 513.381.2273 x. 3206
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Jennifer Joplin (Development Associate, Fourth Season) is happy to call Cincinnati and CSC her home. Audiences saw Jen onstage last season in Sense and Sensibility and as a Guest Artist in 2006’s Anthony and Cleopatra and 2007’s Macbeth. A graduate of Wright State University, and resident artist at the Human Race Theatre in Dayton, she has also worked across the country as an actress, voiceover artist, producer and teacher. Some of her favorite roles include Annette in God of Carnage, Catherine in Proof and Harper in Angels in America. When she’s not fighting the good fight for arts and culture, Jennifer is the proud mother of Max and lucky wife of Jason. Whether onstage or behind the scenes, it’s her privilege to commit her time and talents to such an exhilarating and essential part of Cincinnati’s artistic community. Contact Jen at 513.381.2273 x. 3205
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Cal Harris (Box Office Manager, First Season) is very excited to be working at CSC. Cal is a graduate of Morehead State University with his B.A. in Theatre and Visual Communications. At Morehead he starred in several shows such as Chicago, Blood Brothers, How I Learned to Drive and Learned Ladies. He has also been a part of the Jenny Wiley Theatre, Kincaid Regional Theatre as well as Cincinnati’s Landmark Productions. When not working in the theatre world, Cal also enjoys filmmaking. His films have been shown from England to Sri Lanka as well as being premiered on PBS. He is very eager to start the new season as CSC’s Box Office Manager.
Contact Cal in the Box Office at 513.381.2273 x. 1 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Jeanna Vella (Director of Education & Communications, Third Season) is thrilled to have joined CSC and the wonderful arts community in her hometown! Previously, Jeanna was the Director of Marketing & Development for Kentucky Shakespeare Festival in Louisville, KY and the Education Program Coordinator for the Marilyn Horne Foundation in New York, NY. She has also worked and interned with the Cincinnati Ballet, The Araca Group and NYU’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts. She is also currently an adjunct faculty member at Miami University and a clarinetist in the Southwest Ohio Symphonic Band. She holds a M.A. in Performing Arts Administration from New York University and a B.M. in Music Education from Miami University.
Contact Jeanna at 513.381.2273 x. 3202 or by email email@example.com