Audience Services Manager
Jamie attended Wheelock College from 2009 to 2013 and worked at the Wheelock Family Theatre as a work study student in the box office, backstage as crew, interned as Jane Staab’s assistant, and has continued working with WFT as the Open Captioning Coordinator. In 2013, Jamie worked as the Box Office Manager at the Interlakes Theatre in Meredith, New Hampshire. At Interlakes Jamie also had the privilege of working side by side with the Artistic Producer, Nancy Barry, as her assistant, and with the Children’s Theatre, as a Stage Manager and Director.
Director of Education & Community Engagement
Resident Designer and Property Manager
has designed hundreds of sets for area theatre groups as a freelance designer, and built many more. Most recently he designed and built the set for the Vokes Players’ production of Douglas Carter Beane’s The Nance and was Technical Director and scenic artist for Alley Cat’s Plank by John Greiner-Ferris. Steve is now Technical Director at WFT@BU. For four years he consulted on and designed annual exhibits in the gallery at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. He enjoys teaching technical theatre and has served as the Technical Director for Beaver Country Day School and Framingham High School. Working in the custom exhibit industry, he traveled the country overseeing installations for clients that included Mattel Toys, McDonald’s, and Apple Computer. He studied scenic design at Boston University.
Keith serves as WFT@BU’s Administrative Director. He joined WFT in August of 2017 as the Manager of Marketing & Development. Prior to joining WFT@BU, Keith worked for 10 years as a Project Director/Project Manager for the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts (AAC) where he worked on a variety of initiatives, most recently related to the AAC merger with Fenway Health. Keith was also the Executive Producer & Co-Host of One In Ten on WFNX, the first LGBT radio talk show on a commercial FM station, from 1995 to 2010, and was named the Boston market’s “Best Radio Talk Show Host” in 2001. Keith is also a member of the Ryan Landry’s Gold Dust Orphan’s and serves as a member of the Executive Committee for the company. Keith grew up in Cranston RI and has been Boston resident for 30+ years. He currently resides in South Boston.
Emily serves as Artistic Director of Wheelock Family Theatre at BU, Academic Program Head of BU’s Summer Theatre Institute (BUSTI), and Lecturer for BU’s Opera Institute. She has directed Sweets by Kate, The Cradle Will Rock, and Hydrogen Jukebox for Boston University; Mrs. Packard for Bridge Repertory Theatre Company/Playhouse Creatures Theatre Company; Tongue of a Bird for New Repertory Theatre; 9 Parts of Desire for Playmakers Repertory Company; The Normal Heart, Heisenberg, Romeo and Juliet, Brigadoon, Much Ado About Nothing, and The Love Song of J. Robert Oppenheimer for Burning Coal Theatre Company (Company Member since 2002); as well as Blood Wedding and The Body Project for Cornell University. Emily has collaborated as an Associate Director on World of Wires at MIT and Live Video Editor on Persona with Beth Morrison Projects, both productions adapted and directed by Jay Scheib. Previous arts leadership/teaching positions include Assistant Professor of Performing Arts at Wheelock College, Visiting Lecturer at Cornell University, and Artistic Director of ArtsCenter Stage in Carrboro, North Carolina. Emily holds an M.F.A. in Directing from Boston University and a B.A. in Theatre Arts and English from Cornell University.
Associate Artistic & Education Director
is a director, educator, casting director, and arts administrator and has been Wheelock Family Theatre’s Associate Artistic & Education Director since November 2016. Nick is a proud alum of Emerson College where he studied theatre education and directing. WFT directing credits include Stuart Little, Seussical (Boston Children’s Museum), A Year With Frog & Toad (Boston Children’s Museum) and this season’s production of Ragtime. Other WFT credits include Honk!, Annie (Asst. Director); The Secret Garden, Aladdin’s Luck (Production Asst.). Before returning to Boston, Nick was the Casting Director and Artistic Associate at Imagination Stage, the mid-Atlantic’s leading theatre for children and families. In his time there he directed productions in the My first Imagination Stage Program (for children ages 1-5); the education department; and the Pegasus Ensemble, a two-year theatre training program for teens with cognitive and developmental disabilities. Nick was also a founding member and Artistic Director of Field Trip Theatre, a Washington, D.C. based theatre company dedicated to providing local playwrights with readings and full productions of their plays.
Brian "BC" Williams
Assistant Technical Director
is a 28-year-old theatre artist from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Williams has a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire, where he studied Acting and Dramatic Writing. Before joining the team at the Wheelock Family Theatre at Boston University, he worked as the Technical Director at the Cape Cod Theatre Company- Home of the Harwich Junior Theatre in 2014 and 2015, and the Technical Director / Master Carpenter at Jean’s Playhouse in Lincoln, NH in 2016 and 2017. B.C. has been teaching Technical Theatre since 2012, and he enjoys golfing, acting, and writing plays in his spare time. For more info, please visit BCWilly.com