By Miya Williams Fayne “The program is what you put into it,” Joe Giovannetti said in reflection on his time as an MSLCE student. If his current position is any representation of that belief, then he is certainly reaping the benefits of his labor.
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By Joe Giovannetti My summer in San Diego, California is coming to a close, and it’s hard to sum up everything I have learned in just a few short paragraphs. My experience at the La Jolla Playhouse has been nothing short of amazing. From the knowledge I gained, to the people I’ve met, every day
By Joe Giovannetti Now a little over halfway into my internship, I am loving my experience as a Company Management/General Management intern at the La Jolla Playhouse! However, outside of the theater industry, I always get the same question: “What is Company Management?”
By Joe Giovannetti Caring, Confidentiality, Candor, Commitment, and Compassion. These are the 5 C’s that Susan Carver established during the MSLCE cohort’s first day-long seminar of the spring quarter: Cultural Intelligence and Managing Inclusion. Throughout the day, Carver would help move the students through activities that focused on the topics of assumptions, oppression, privilege, and
By Joe Giovannetti On Jan. 30, the MSLCE cohort gathered with Amanda Schonfeld for a professional seminar centered on the art of interviewing. Schonfeld, a professional recruiter, shared some of the insights she has gained over her seventeen-year professional career.
By Jacob Nelson Joe Giovannetti has known he wanted to pursue a career in theater since high school. Not as a student, but as a teacher. Giovannetti was the director of choral activities at Arlington Heights High School. “I taught choir and theater at the high school level, and so what interested me is that