joined theatre, I got exposed to a whole new kind of music, and I loved it. Being in theatre has expanded my taste in music and since then I have listened to all kinds ofmusic. I have listened, written on it, criticized it, and so on. That is why I want to have a business that covers each kind of music. V.Tech
4Doing tech for both one North show and one IP show does not seem like it would teach me much, but it did. Even though I was on sound crew each time, it alsogave me intense respect for light crew. I learned a lot about being behind the scenesand really being the people that the show relies on. When I did sound for White Christmasat IP, it dawned on me how important it was. I sat there with a little iPad ina room full of hundreds of people and I was the one who played the music. If I missed a cue, what would happen? What would happen if I just started playing a completely different song? The power it held was so incredible and increased my love for anything that has to do with a career in technology. ConclusionTheatre has been such an important experience for me that has taught me so many skills. Each skill will shine when I enter into my career and navigate my way around my music business and journalism. I am excited for what is going to be my future and the tools I now have under my belt to help me.