Theatre Projects Consultants (TPC) is pleased to announce the promotions of David H. Rosenburg to associate principal, and Tom Davis, Millie Dixon, Leonard Greenwood, and Jules Lauve III to associates. These promotions acknowledge the contributions made by these individuals and reflect their importance to the future success of Theatre Projects.

David Rosenburg, Associate Principal
Rosenburg has been with TPC for 10 years working in the US office as a project manager on such projects as: the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles; the Kirk Douglas Theatre for Center Theatre Group in Culver City, CA; Glorya Kaufman Hall at UCLA; the Young Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto; and the Arthur Miller Theatre at the University of Michigan. He is currently working on the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta; City College of San Francisco Performing Arts Complex; and James Madison University Center for the Arts in Harrisburg, VA.

Rosenburg has an extensive background working as a theatre lighting designer, technical director, and stage manager. He was the associate lighting designer for the Broadway production of Our Town with Paul Newman and holds a BFA and an MFA in Theatre Lighting Design from Boston University. He is a member of the American Society of Theatre Consultants and the ESTA Flooring Working Group.

Tom Davis, Associate
Since joining TPC’s London office in 2004, Davis has worked on diverse projects all over the world, including the Peepul Centre in Leicester, UK; Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music in Singapore; Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, UAE; Heritage Village Theatre in Abu Dhabi, UAE; and Qatar Education City in Doha, Qatar. He is currently working on a new opera house for Den Norske Opera in Oslo, Norway; the Arena & Convention Centre, Liverpool, UK; and Suzhou Science & Cultural Arts Centre in China.

Davis is an expert in designing and building sound, audio-visual, and lighting systems in theatres and performance venues. He holds a BA (Hons) in Physics from the University of Birmingham, England and is a member of the Association of British Theatre Technicians.

Millie Dixon, Associate
Dixon has been with TPC since 1997, initially working as a performance equipment specialist and then as a project manager in the US office. Her projects for TPC include: Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington, DC; RiverCenter for the Performing Arts in Columbus, GA; Lincoln Center Capital Needs Study in New York; Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia; and Ordway Center for the Performing Arts Concept and Planning Study in St. Paul, MN. She is currently working on the Tempe Center for the Arts in Tempe, AZ; Whitney Museum of American Art Expansion in New York; and Concordia International School Arts Pavilion in Shanghai.

She is an experienced arts center operations manager, and prior to joining TPC was the director of operations for the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts in Cerritos, CA. Dixon holds a BFA degree in Design/Technical Theatre from the University of Montana and is an active member of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology and the International Association of Auditorium Managers.

Leonard Greenwood, Associate
Greenwood joined TPC’s London office in 1989 with a track record of some 20 years in the world of performing arts, having previously worked for the Bolton Octagon Theatre Company, Ipswich Arts Theatre, and the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford. He began working as a theatre consultant in 1979.

He has worked on over 25 projects for Theatre Projects, including Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay in Singapore; Birmingham Repertory Theatre, UK; Edinburgh Festival Theatre, UK; Glyndebourne Opera House in Sussex, UK; and the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. He is currently working on the Onassis House of Letters and Fine Arts in Athens, Greece; the King Power Theatre in Bangkok, Thailand; and Le Quai, a regional cultural centre in Angers, France.

Greenwood is a specialist in theatre planning, particularly stage, backstage, and workshop facilities, including stage management requirements. He is a long-standing member of the Society of Theatre Consultants, the Association of British Theatre Technicians, and British Actors’ Equity.

Jules Lauve, Associate
Lauve joined Theatre Projects in 2001 with more than 25 years experience in the entertainment industry. He has managed entertainment operations for numerous large-scale projects and has designed scenery and lighting for many regional opera and ballet companies.

As a project manager in TPC’s US office, his projects include: Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Master Plan in Washington. DC; Wynn Las Vegas Grail Theater (Spamalot); Southeast Missouri University Performing Arts Center in Cape Girardeau, MO; Auditorio Metropolitano at the University of Guadalajara in México; and Tokyo Disney Resort Theatre—Cirque du Soleil in Japan. He is currently working on the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House at the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts; Richmond CenterStage in Richmond, VA; and several commercial entertainment projects in Macau and Dubai.

Lauve holds a BFA in Theatre from Stephen F. Austin State University and attended the MFA program at the University of Southern California. He is an active lighting designer for opera.