Interview with Julie Przyborski on Life as a Theatre Technician, the Arts and Creative Careers
This week we’re kicking off our Skill Share Sunday series with a fabulous interview. Our editor-in-chief sits down to talk with the lovely Julie Przyborski, who is a theatre technician. Each week we’ll be releasing a video where we talk to professionals from a variety of industries. The conversation is always honest, inspiring and hopefully, you will come away having learned something new!
Our first guest, Julie Przyborski, is a former theatre technician. During our conversation, Julie shared so many amazing insights and behind the scenes secrets into life as a theatre and production technician. Julie now works as a college teacher where she teaches Technical Theatre & Production Arts at Fife College and also BA(hons) Creative Enterprise for Queen Margaret University.
Julie’s passion for the arts and theatre really shines through. Everybody who works in theatre does such a wonderful job, which is why we feel that it’s so important to support the performing arts and theatres during these difficult times. In our May issue we interviewed Emma Grace Arends, who will be starring in the Sleeping Beauty stage show in Liverpool this month. We highly encourage you to go and see a show at your local theatre to support the arts and all of the hard work that goes into these shows both on and off stage!
You can join Julie’s Facebook group: “Creative Economy Entrepreneurs: Supporting Each Other to Grow“, and visit her blog here: mumpreneurjules.com, and follow her on social media and Etsy @mumpreneurjules