Artistic Associates - 2015
Jeremy has worked for all six years as a cutter and draper and valued mentor to our interns in Trinity’s costume studio. Regular Trinity theatre goers have become familiar with the beautiful period dresses and men’s suits that find their way onto our stages. Jeremy is the guiding hand behind the building of those award winning designs. Jeremy is on the faculty and is the resident Costume Designer for the University of Arizona School of Dance.
Brian is a faculty member in design at Texas Christian University. He has designed sets or costumes for Trinity for each of the first five years while also acting as the Paint Charge. His award winning designs run from the set and costumes for Romeo and Juliet (2009), to the sets for Merchant of Venice (2012) and Julius Caesar (2013) among others.
David has acted for Trinity in every show of its first six years. David’s critically acclaimed roles include Feste in Twelfth Night (2009); Polonius in Hamlet (2010); Touchstone in As You Like It (2011); Sir John Falstaff in The Merry Wives of Windsor (2012); Julius Caesar in Julius Caesar (2013) and Aegeon in The Comedy of Errors (2014), and Caliban in The Tempest(2014). David has become, in many ways, the face of The Trinity Shakespeare Festival and for that we could not be more pleased.
Tristan is a faculty member in production at Texas Christian University where he is the Technical Director for TCU’s scenic studio. He has designed for Trinity for each of the first six years. Some of his designs include the lights for Twelfth Night (2009), the set for The Taming of the Shrew and the set and lights for The Comedy of Errors (2014).
Aaron Patrick DeClerk
Aaron has designed for Trinity for each of our first six years including the award winning costumes for Twelfth Night (2009), Macbeth and As You Like It (2010) and the costume design for The Tempest (2014). Aaron lives in New Hampshire with his beautiful family and makes a sacrifice to come and design for us each summer, and for that we are very grateful.
Stephen directed productions for Trinity from 2010 through 2013. His productions include Much Ado About Nothing (2010), Macbeth (2011), The Merchant of Venice (2012) and Julius Caesar (2013). Stephen’s productions for Trinity have garnered critical acclaim and numerous awards. In 2014 returned home as he accepted a position as Artistic Associate and Casting Director at The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.
Trisha was with Trinity for the first five years playing roles such as Olivia in Twelfth Night (2009), Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing (2010), Rosalind in As You Like It (2011), Portia in The Merchant of Venice (2012) and Kate in The Taming of the Shrew (2013) among many others.
Michael is a faculty member in design at Texas Christian University. He has designed for each of Trinity’s first six years. His award winning designs include the lights for Romeo and Juliet (2009), Macbeth (2010), The Merchant of Venice (2011), The Taming of the Shrew (2013) and The Tempest (2014). Michael also acts as the Production Manager for the festival.
Alan is a faculty member in Musical Theatre Performance at Texas Christian University. He has composed original music and or supervised the music for the festival since Twelfth Night in 2009 and every year since including Much Ado About Nothing, As You Like It, The Merry Wives of Windsor, and The Taming of the Shrew. Alan works closely with the singers and musicians in performance. In 2014, his original music for The Tempest received great critical praise with audiences asking about the music after every performance. Alan is a director, composer, accompanist and musical director. His work is invaluable to the Festival and has left a signature sound on our work.
Philip is the Scenic Studio Manager at TCU and has worked in scenic production for Trinity for the past five years. Philip has been the Technical Director in Trinity’s scenic studio the past four years where he oversaw the building of our award winning designs for productions such as Much Ado About Nothing (2010), Macbeth (2011), The Merry Wives of Windsor (2012) and Julius Caesar (2013) among others.