Jeffrey Gress | Capital University, Columbus Ohio


  • Jeffrey Gress, MFA - Theatre Design

    Associate Professor and Entertainment Technology Designer




    • Classes

      Intro to Theater, Stagecraft
      Theatrical Design
      Public Speaking
      Social Media

    • Biography

      Jeff began working in the entertainment industry at age 14 and has described his experience as being "blessed to work in many areas, with great people, and with students and colleagues who continue to challenge me."

      He designs lighting, scenery, and provides consulting for technical and architectural projects for both University and professional projects. His research interests include the study of technical production history, theatrical architecture, project management, pedagogical development for entertainment technology, and youth sports coaching.

    • Degrees Earned

      Bachelor of Arts- Theater Miami University
      Bachelor of Science- Mass Communication Miami University
      Masters of Fine Arts- Theater Design The University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music

    • Publications

      Jeff consistently writes for the USITT journal TD&P as well as their monthly periodical SIGHTLINES and was awarded the Greggs Award from USITT for outstanding writing for his article, PUSHING BACK THE DARKNESS: The Entertainment Industry at Ground Zero on 9/11. He also facilitates an international theater architecture design competition as a national Vice-Commissioner for USITT's Architecture Commission.