Millie Dixon And Jules Lauve Join ASTC

Theatre Projects Consultants (TPC) is pleased to announce that Millie Dixon (TPC principal) and Jules Lauve (TPC associate) were voted into the American Society of Theatre Consultants(ASTC) at the ASTC Forum ‘07.

Dixon has been with Theatre Projects since 1997, initially working as a performance equipment specialist and then as a project manager. Her projects for TPC include Tempe Center for the Arts, AZ, Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington, DC, RiverCenter for the Performing Arts in Columbus, GA, Lincoln Center Capital Needs Study in New York, and Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia. She is currently working on the Dr. P. Phillips Orlando Performing Arts Center in Orlando, the Stanley Theatre Renovation in Utica, NY, as well as projects in Dubai and Saudi Arabia.

Lauve joined TPC in 2001 with more than 25 years experience in the entertainment industry. He has managed entertainment operations for numerous large-scale projects and has designed scenery and lighting for many regional opera and ballet companies.

As a project manager in TPC’s US office, his projects include Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Master Plan in Washington. DC, Wynn Las Vegas Grail Theater for Spamalot, Southeast Missouri University Performing Arts Center in Cape Girardeau, MO, Auditorio Telmex at the University of Guadalajara in México, and Tokyo Disney Resort Theatre for Cirque du Soleil in Japan. He is currently working on the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House at the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts, Richmond CenterStage in Richmond, VA, and several commercial entertainment projects in Macau and Dubai.

Dixon and Lauve join TPC’s current members of ASTC including Scott Crossfield, Benton Delinger, Michael Ferguson, Gene Leitermann, and David Rosenburg.

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