MIDLAND UNIVERSITY TEchnical Arts
The actors and musicians aren’t the only ones needed for a performance. At Midland, we give robust scholarship opportunities for students to participate in the technical side of the arts as well. Whether designing scenery, building light plots, connecting audio equipment, or constructing costumes, our technical students are always busy with the day to day running of a performing arts facility.
Opportunities in Stage Management, Costume Design, Sound Design, Lighting Design, Producing, Concert/Touring Set Up.
DANIEL SILVERMAN, DIRECTOR OF TECHNICAL ARTS
B.A. University of Michigan
Daniel Silverman is originally from Michigan and earned his Bachelor’s in Theater Arts from the University of Michigan. After college, Daniel interned at Florida Studio Theater and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts where he worked on The Mark Twain Prize for American Humor and The Kennedy Center Honors (among other projects). He also served as the Technical Director for the Department of Theater and Film at the University of Toledo. Daniel has worked on a wide range of live performances including opera, ballet, and musical theater and has worked on over 50 productions in various roles, including project manager, technical director, and stage manager. Daniel’s first venture in Nebraska was in 2014 when he served as the Assistant Technical Director for the Nebraska Shakespeare Festival.