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Our Team

Meet Our Board

 

While it takes hundreds of volunteers to put on a full season of productions, there are a few key members who you make up the “core team” for Connecticut Theatre Company. You can reach out to any of them if you have questions or need help.

Erin-Sized-1aErin Campbell, President

Erin has more than 24 years of experience in the performing arts as both a stage actor as well as behind the scenes on the production team. Erin also has a strong business background serving in various leadership roles throughout her career in the private sector. She is a dedicated individual who seeks to make the performing arts accessible to people of all backgrounds and believes strongly in encouraging community involvement in the arts.


Michael Sized-1Michael Bane, Vice President

Michael has 20 years of community theatre experience in almost every aspect including: technical director, treasurer, stage management, set construction, lighting, sound and more. Michael has been technical director and operations manager for countless productions over the years. Michael oversees all construction efforts and plays an integral role in the conversion of the facility and ongoing operations of the theatre.


Ben Sized-1Ben Silberman, Treasurer

Ben has a finance and systems background with over five years’ experience running financials for nonprofits. Ben has strong attention to detail and is passionate about fiscal management and controls. While Ben has a strong private sector business background, he also enjoys joining the production team as both stage manager and sound technician.


Duane Sized-1Duane Campbell, Executive Director

Duane has more than 18 years of experience in the performing arts as a stage and film actor, as well as a director. He has a strong reputation in the area for producing fiscally successful and artistically significant shows. He is well versed at creating positive environments for people of all ages and has received numerous accolades for his direction and performance contributions. Duane also has a strong business background, including a degree in business management and experience managing for-profit companies in the private sector.


Susan Smith, Secretary

Susan has several years experience working in the performing arts, both on and off stage. She feels the arts serve an integral function of representing both culture and human nature. In addition to her love of all things arts-related, Susan is also an avid reader, an occasional writer, a full-time Mom, and a baking enthusiast. She works in the early education field and considers herself an advocate for child welfare and development. Susan is currently serving as the Volunteer Coordinator for Connecticut Theatre Company and is proud to be a part of the inclusive, nurturing environment of this theater.


Pat O’Neil

Pat has been involved in community and local theatre for over 5 years. After enjoying a full career in the field of technology and business management she retired to spend more time with her family. She was introduced to the world of performing arts when her youngest child became interested in musical theatre and has been involved ever since. She is a self taught seamstress and costumier and now spends her free time costuming her town’s school productions and local community theatre. Experiencing first hand, She has seen the positive influence theatre provides for children and adults. She is committed to providing professional quality productions, for both the actors and the patrons and continues to volunteer her time in support of an all inclusive performance and educational experience for both the young and old alike.


Vivian Sized-1Vivian Boucher

Vivian is currently employed as a Human Resource Associate at the State of Connecticut. She has 18 years experience in the finance department of a nonprofit Community Action Agency. Vivian has an AS in Accounting and Certificate in Business Administration. She became involved in theater in 2010 working with volunteers. Vivian enjoys working with props, backstage, light operations, and administrative functions. She continues to be inspired by the education that only theatre provides. She is proud of the professionalism and production quality of Connecticut Theater Company.