MEET OUR Current MFA Graduate students!
MFA Theatre Performance candidates
Let's give a warm welcome to our new performance grads!
MFA Tech/Design candidates
Christina Baroniel (Tech/Design) is a second year MFA student in Design & Technology concentrating her studies in Technical Direction. She graduated from Marshall University in 2014 with a B.F.A in Theatre Performance. Since graduating, Christina has worked regionally as an Actors’ Equity Association affiliated Stage Manager, most recent companies and productions include, Slow Burn Theatre (Tarzan, Bridges of Madison County, Madagascar Jr.), Greenbrier Valley Theatre (Jesus Christ Superstar, Man of La Mancha, Lucky Stiff, Chicago), FAU Festival Rep 2017-2019 (Cabaret, Sister Act, Easy Virtue, Sabrina Fair), and others. Christina is also a Production Coordinator at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
Jeremy Hoyt (Tech/Design) is a first year MFA student concentrating in Technical Direction and an employee at Florida Atlantic University since 2010. He has experience in set design and stage management, and has earned Bachelor of Public Management (2015) and Master of Public Administration (2018) degrees at Florida Atlantic University.
Rebecca Lucatero (Tech/Design) is a first year, Cuban American MFA candidate focusing in Technical Direction. She received her undergraduate degree in Theatre from FAU. Her most recent tech work at FAU includes: Lighting Designer for “Women of Soul”, Assistant Master Electrician for “Urinetown”, Electrician for “Sabrina Fair”, “Sister Act’, and “Uncle Vanya”.
Paula Calvo (Tech/Design) is a first year, MFA candidate from Bogotá, Colombia, who received her undergraduate degree in Theatre Design & Technology from FAU, focusing in Costume Design. Her most recent work as Costume Designer was Sarah Ruhl’s Dead Man’s Cell Phone (FAU), and as Assistant Costume Designer in John Vanbrugh’s The Provok’d Wife (FAU), and Samuel Taylor’s Sabrina Fair.