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Douglas College > Programs & Courses > Faculties > Language, Literature and Performing Arts > Stagecraft & Event Technology > Faculty
Greg Yellenik, Coordinator
STGE 2311, 2405, 2430
Areas of expertise:
Audio, Lighting, Technical Direction, Carpentry, Rigging and Production.
BES (hons), minor in Drama, University of Waterloo
Member of IES (Illumination Engineering Society)
Greg has been actively involved in the creation of theatrical spaces from many different perspectives for his entire career. Greg has worked for theatre production companies like Shaw Festival, The Banff Centre, Western Canada Theatre Company and Arts Club Theatre. He has owned and operated multiple scenic fabrication shops, was a contractor for building new entertainment facilities for 14 years and has designed many theatrical sets, archetainment venues, attractions and museum exhibits.
Areas of Expertise:
Lighting, Sound, Technical Direction
Bruce has previously worked as the Manager of Production and Technical Services at the Simon Fraser University - School for the Contemporary Arts and as Technical Director for the Vancouver East Cultural Centre, the Vancouver International Children's Festival, and The Fringe – Vancouver’s Theatre Festival. As well, he has worked as Site Manager for the Vancouver Folk Music Festival, and toured with theatre companies throughout British Columbia, USA, & Ireland. Bruce has also worked as a stage technician, lighting board operator and followspot operator in most of the theatres in Vancouver.
Drafting for the Stage, Scenic Painting, Properties, Introduction to CAD, Design Explorations
MFA Theatre Design, University of British Columbia; BA, University of Waterloo, Theatre Design, CEGEP John Abbott, Montreal
Danica was Resident Costume Designer at the University of Windsor School of Dramatic Art for over nine years, and spent four seasons working in costumes and scenic painting at the Stratford Shakespearean Festival in Ontario.