THEATRE AND JOURNALISM RESUME COLLECTION

Barry Drogin
720 Greenwich Street #5T
New York, NY 10014
barry@notnicemusic.com

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Theatre Resume
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BARRY DROGIN THEATRE RESUME

Summary & Highlights:
Off-Off Broadway and Summer Stock backstage work; community and college directing and stage managing.
Details:

Sep.-Oct. 1988............................Sound Engineer.......................Bicycle Shop Dancers

Typhoid Mary - Operated tape deck during performances, Nikolais/Louis Choreospace.
July-Aug. 1979.....................Improvisation Teacher......................YM-YWHA Summer Camp
Counselor - Led improvisation classes for campers once per week.
June-July 1979..........................Lighting & Sound.........................New York Theater Ensemble
The Tempest - Off-Off Broadway Showcase production.
Sep. 1978-May 1979...............Box Office-House Manager...........Emerson Theater Company
Various productions - Supervised and trained student ushers and box office personnel; also edited "The Art of House Managing", manual.
Sep. 1978-Mar. 1979.................Associate Producer........................Collective Arts Foundation
Co-Founder - Formed from Boston Arts Council Mini-Grant from Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs.
Nov.-Dec. 1978.............................Director............................................CAF Barefoot Players
A Thurber Carnival - Amateur theatre group; performed in Boston nursing homes.
Mar.-May 1978........................Stage Manager................................New Directions Production Company
Ionesco's "Improvisation" - Emerson College student theatre group.
Sep.-Oct. 1977......................Author, Director..................New Directions Production Company
Fast Food - One-act play, Emerson College student theatre group.
June-Aug. 1977...............Assistant Director/Stage Manager...........Children's Musical Theater
Oliver! - Summer stock.
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BARRY DROGIN JOURNALISM RESUME

Summary & Highlights:
1 year as sole author, editor, producer of synagogue bulletin and union newsletter; freelance writing for professional publications; 5 years as writer and editor for college newspapers; Tau Beta Pi Laureate Award for achievements in journalism.
Details:

Oct. 1987-Aug. 1988............................Editor-in-Chief..................................The Staff Voice

Union Newsletter (5 issues) - District 65, U.A.W. in-house newsletter at Technical Career Institutes, distributed to faculty, technical, clerical and maintenance staff, coverage of grievances, pending sale of college, pension plan benefits.
Jan.-May 1987......................................Editor-in-Chief.......................................The Bulletin
Synagogue Bulletin (4 issues) - Conservative Synagogue of Fifth Avenue membership Bulletin, coverage of Board meetings, removal and replacement of rabbi, installation of new Board President, synagogue calendar, activities, acknowledgements.
Feb. 1985...........................................Researcher...........................................IEEE Spectrum
Freelance Research (1 issue) - Research on hazardous waste transportation and storage for "Continuum" column.
Sept. 1983..............................................Author..........................................Careers magazine
Freelance Article (1 issue) - Title: "What Does An Engineer Do?", article describing daily tasks of an engineer, purpose of degree, variety of opportunities, aimed at high school readership.
June 1982-May 1983............................Editor-in-Chief............................The Cooper Pioneer
June 1981-May 1982..............................News Editor..............................The Cooper Pioneer
June 1980-May 1981..........................Associate Editor...........................The Cooper Pioneer
Sep. 1979-May 1980...........................Reviews Editor............................The Cooper Pioneer
College Newspaper (4 years) - Administrative responsibilities, staff assignments, supervision and assistance in copy-editing, proofreading and layout, reviews of music, film, theatre, minor and major news coverage, interviews with administrative personnel, stories on Art School evaluations and Student Code, long-term series coverage of faculty union administrative law proceeding, barred from Board of Trustees meetings, Engineering Faculty meetings, Art Student Council meetings, Senate meetings.
Sept. 1978-April 1979............................Arts Editor............................The Emerson Free Press
Alternative College Newspaper (1 year) - Wrote reviews of college music & theatre events, wrote series on space allocations of college facilities, report on school fire.
Other:
1985 Tau Beta Pi Laureate Award for Diverse Achievements in Journalism & Music
Advisor, Manhattan College Engineer magazine
Technical Memorandum: "Using HP-85 I/O Registers"
IEEE MSC Paper Contest: Third Honorable Mention
Article: NSPE newsletter

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