Jacquie Lazar has taken over the reigns as the new Executive Director of CITT/ICTS.
Jacquie brings over 20 years of professional experience working in the theatre and live entertainment industry. Her career path has included numerous appointments including Front of House Manager, Head Electrician, Assistant Technical Director, Technical Director, Production Manager, and Theatre Manager. Highlights of her extensive career include many seasons working as the Head Electrician at Young People’s Theatre and serving as the Technical Director and Theatre Coordinator for St. Andrew’s College. The latter of which brought accomplishments that included flying students with the Foy flying system in Shakespeare’s, A Midsummer Night's Dream and being part of the producing team that brought Andrean Christmas to the Roy Thompson Hall stage.
She spent six years at York University as the Manager of Performance Facilities for the Faculty of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design, where she managed two theatres, along with several other ancillary artistic spaces. During her tenure at York University, she initiated, with the support of the dedicated theatre staff, major technical upgrades to the artistic spaces including procuring and installing state of the art LED theatrical and house lights. Jacquie also serves as the Chair of the Board for Shadowpath Theatre Productions, a not-for-profit theatre company based out of York Region, whose mandate is to transform everyday spaces into creative places for suburban audiences.
In her spare time Jacquie can be found walking her dog, Skye, enjoying the great outdoors, and reading great books.
She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monique Corbeil remains with CITT/ICTS as EXPO-SCÈNE Coordinator and oversees the next edition to be held at the Palais des congrès de Montréal in April 2024.
CITTICTS website: www.citt.org/
EXPO-SCENE website: www.citt.org/ExpoScene.html