Lighting designer Jim Tetlow became interested in theatre in high school, where the auditorium was also the local civic theatre and the home of the Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, in the early 1970s. There he also met several faculty members from the Carnegie Mellon Drama Department who spent their summers at the Festival. Tetlow applied to CMU, was accepted, and graduated in 1977. Today he is the principal of Nautilus Entertainment Design in La Jolla, CA, a company that handles the ...
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