[Theaterfacultystaff] Stev Guyer of Shadowbox Theater in Columbus March 9th
lincolnm at ohio.edu
Tue Feb 10 20:47:17 EST 2015
If you have a class for whom this might be appropriate, we’ve been offered this opportunity for free. You can either let me know or email Faith directly. I did point out that we’d have 4 productions in rehearsals that night at 7pm.
From: <Knutsen>, Knudsen Faith <knutsenf at ohio.edu<mailto:knutsenf at ohio.edu>>
Date: Monday, February 9, 2015 at 5:43 PM
To: Michael Lincoln <lincolnm at ohio.edu<mailto:lincolnm at ohio.edu>>
Subject: Stev Guyer of Shadowbox: guest lecture Mon Mar 9th 6:30 Baker
Michael: I bugged you about this topic way back when :), and am now revisiting it with a definitive date. Stev Guyer will be the Center for Entrepreneurship’s guest lecturer at 7 pm on Monday the 9th of March (reception at 6:30 beforehand). Hoping that your staff might be interested in encouraging some of the SOT students to consider attending? And I don’t know whether any classes would be interested in a pre-presentation classroom visit? Best - Faith
From: Knutsen, Faith
Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 2014 3:08 PM
To: Lincoln, Michael
Subject: Stev Guyer of Shadowbox: guest lecture possibility
In a crossover between my ‘real’ and volunteer work: our workplace – TechGROWTH Ohio and the Center for Entrepreneurship – is in the process of inviting Stev Guyer, the co-founder of Columbus’s successful cabaret/residential theater company Shadowbox Live<http://www.shadowboxlive.org/>, to give a guest lecture on entrepreneurship in the performing arts in January 2014 (or thereabouts). Stev, as I’ve probably mentioned to you, has been a mentor to OVST for our fundraiser cabarets and has given us quite a few conversations in his boardroom, post-show in Columbus. For the OU Center for Entrepreneurship, he’s agreed to come down (for free; hurrah!) to give an evening lecture about something like “Ruthlessness in Performing Arts Entrepreneurship,” which is a favorite theme of his.
I know you’ve had some conversations with Luke Pittaway, the Center for Entrepreneurship Director, about COFA participation with some of the CE events. I also realize that Stev Guyer’s work is probably six steps below what most of your students aspire to do (!). However, he’s not only a pretty savvy businessperson, but an interesting innovator in melding of performance pieces (e.g. his work with Ballet Met<http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/life_and_entertainment/2011/04/24/original-spin-on-sin.html> and a current piece which I believe is a collaboration with an Art museum or some such interesting pairing).
In any case, assuming we can schedule Stev for an evening lecture some time early in 2015, do you think that your faculty would be interested in sending any classes to such a lecture? In addition, or alternatively, would any of them be interested in a classroom visit by Stev on the same day (on any topic of their choice – not just a business one)?
Let me know if any of this appeals. We’re still very early on in the planning process, and I just wanted to ensure you were included in the conversation.
Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs
Faith Knutsen, Assoc Dir Operations
Building 19, The Ridges, Room 243
Athens OH 45701-2979
Desk: 740.593.0830; Mobile: 740.590.2228
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