Anna Baranski is an AEA Stage Manager, a commercial Stage Manager, and an educator. She has worked in both regional theater and corporate event stage management, as well as dance and numerous readings and workshops. For the past several years she called Dallas home and was a regular stage manager at the Dallas Theater Center. Recently Anna moved to Atlanta where she continues to work and freelance around the country.
In addition to stage management Anna spent time as a Performing Arts Coordinator. In 2015 Anna became the Performing Arts Coordinator of the Windmill Performing Arts Center, a part of the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District, where she ran a 300 seat theater. Her responsibilities included creating the facility’s calendar, coordinating rentals of the venue, contracting outside artists, and maintaining the theater space. She also worked with community organizations to provide free programming, including new play readings, workshops, and concerts. She is especially proud of creating a partnership with The Neon Museum, and organizing several special events and lectures with their fantastic creative team.
Anna Baranski is a Graduate from the University of California, Irvine, with a MFA in Stage Management.
Experience with the nuances of stage managing new works,
including 3 World Premiers and 2 New Play Workshops.
Co-Production Stage Manager, including partnerships with Arena Stage and Goodman Theatre in Chicago.
Skilled in making exceptional archival paperwork for revivals, long runs, and
Scroll down to see me in a behind the scenes video working with crew throughout a performance.
See me in action as I stage manage ANN at the Kalita Humphreys Theater. You can see me and the crew as we set up and run an actual performance. Spot me in the striped shirt!