Samuel M. Anderson

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Sam Anderson, 2009
Samuel M. Anderson graduated from BYU in 2005 with a degree in Theatre Studies.

Time at BYU

Sam attended BYU from 1999 - 2005. His studies emphasized Stage Management and Directing.

Sam graduated in 8 semesters, spending the summers working as a stage manager at Tuacahn Center for the Arts near Ivins, Utah.

Sam was selected by the Theatre and Media Arts faculty to speak at the April 2005 Convocation.

Projects at BYU

2005 - Stage Manager: New York Senior Showcase. Directed by Timothy Threlfall and Gayle Lockwood

2005 - Production Stage Manager: The Music Man. Directed by George D. Nelson

2004 - Young Company Stage Manager: Flight. Directed by Dean Duncan and Amy Petersen Jensen

2004 - Assistant Stage Manager: Abinadi. Directed by Lawrence P. Vincent and stage managed by Lisa Elzey

2003 - Director: The Fantasticks (Mask Club)

1999-2005 - Acted, directed, and stage managed various student 'mask club' productions.

2003-2005 - Teacher's Assistant for Beginning and Intermediate Directing classes, under Rodger D. Sorensen

Since BYU

After graduation, Sam had a short stage management career, joined Actors' Equity, then (in a weird twist of fate) landed a job as a visual designer and human-computer interaction engineer for a large technology company.

Sam remained a part of 'the business' by starting EmptySpace Technology LLC in 2006, a company dedicated to bringing collaborative, internet technologies to the live entertainment industry. His product, VirtualCallboard helps arts administrators organize, disseminate and archive their company information using the collaborative power of the internet.

Sam married his wife Audrey (BYU Finance '07) in 2009, and resides in the Dallas Texas area.

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