Theatre and Dance Staff
Ms. Lavis has been on staff at Wake Forest since 1990 and joined the Department of Theatre and Dance in 1999. In addition to her work with the Department of Theatre and Dance, Carol is the Registrar for the Community Ballet Program and assistant to the IPLACe Executive Committee.
Mr. Williams has been on staff at Wake Forest with the Department of Theatre and Dance since August, 2012. He had served previously for a number of years as a senior secretary/program assistant with the Florida State University, School of Music, and more recently as an accounting assistant and data entry specialist in the private sector.
Instructional Technology Analyst
BM/classical guitar (North Carolina School of the Arts), MA/Instructional Technology (Appalachian State University) assists faculty in the Music and Theatre and Dance departments with technology in the classroom. She manages and supports the departments’ current technologies while continuing to research and evaluate new technologies which may enhance learning or the classroom environment.
University Theatre Staff
Mr. Anderson graduated from Lynchburg College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Production and Design.Trevor was Assistant Technical Director of Seaside Music Theater in Daytona Beach, Florida before joining the staff of Wake Forest University Theatre. He served as Master Electrician and as a Deck Chief/ Assistant Stage Manager on two National tours with Chamber Theater Productions.
Scene Shop Hours: 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm, Monday – Friday
Audience Services Coordinator
Ms. Spencer received her BA in Arts Management from Salem College. She supervises the Theatre Box Office staff, who handle all ticket sales for the theatre, dance and Secrest Artists series. She is also responsible for publicity and marketing for University Theatre productions.For information on the Season, ticket sales, or venue, please see our Box Office page.
Scales 134 (Costume Shop)
Costume Shop Manager
Ms. Weller (B.F.A. North Carolina School of the Arts) attended Wake Forest and is a graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts. Her extensive work in costuming encompasses film, commercials, opera, dance and theatrical design and construction. Her work as a tailor will be seen in the redesigned “Nutcracker” for the NC School of the Arts premiering Christmas of 1998 as well as in the NC Shakespeare Festival’s production of Falstaff.Recent design credits include “Camelot” and “Jesus Christ Superstar” for the Winston-Salem Little Theatre, “You Can’t Take it With You” and “Six Degrees of Separation” for The University Theatre and excerpts from “Swan Lake” “Shadow Weaving” and “A Bit of Benny” for the University Dance program.As costume shop managerfor the University Theatre, she continues her work in design and construction for the theatre and dance departments,as well as maintaining the collection of costumes and supervising student crews.
Costume Shop Hours: 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday