Introducing our three new principals
September 1, 2008
Each of them has made a significant impact to Theatre Projects and our work. And we're proud to recognize their contributions and importance to the future of Theatre Projects. Join us in congratulating them.
Tom Davis, Principal
As a project manager, Tom is responsible for working with our clients, design team members, and our in-house team to ensure the success of a project. Tom is also an expert at designing and building sound, audio-visual, and lighting systems.
After graduating with a degree in physics, Tom decided to specialize in sound, communications and audio-visual systems for performance venues. He joined the Theatre Projects team in 2004 from LSI Projects. His understanding of theatre equipment is an asset to the initial project budgeting and invaluable when reviewing tender responses.
He has worked on projects all over the world, but has a particular knowledge of the Middle East and has personal ties with the region.
Millie Dixon, Principal
As a former arts center manager, Millie easily approaches a project from the client's perspective. She is a skilled programmer, planner, project manager, and operations specialist.
She joined us in 1997 from the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts (Cerritos, CA) where she was the director of operations. At Cerritos she oversaw all technical aspects of the facility from budgets and payroll to supervising contracted union technical staff. Millie was also the operations manager at the Capitol Theatre (Yakima, WA) and the technical director at the University of Iowa's Hancher Auditorium.
She is a member of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology, the International Association of Assembly Managers, and the American Society of Theatre Consultants.
David Rosenburg, Principal
David has an extensive background as a theatrical lighting designer, production manager, technical director, and stage manager. As a project manager, he works with our clients and the design team to program, plan, and design theatres.
He was the associate lighting designer for the Broadway production of Our Town with Paul Newman. For fifteen years he toured worldwide with prominent dance companies. His designs can be seen in the repertories of The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, Donald Byrd/The Group, The Dance Exchange, Le Conservatoire National Superior de Paris, Atlanta Ballet, and Oregon Ballet Theatre. His work has taken him to the Paris Opera (Garnier), the Kennedy Center, and Lincoln Center.nn
David joined us in 1997. He is a member of the American Society of Theatre Consultants.n