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Conrad Maust

 

Name Conrad Maust
Rank Director of the Performing Arts Center
Degrees A.A. Garrett Community College
B.F.A. West Virginia University
Teaching Interests Design & Technical
Office Location 304 Performing Arts Center
Office Phone 301-687-3037
E-mail cmaust@frostburg.edu

Conrad Maust works as the Facilities Manager for the Performing Arts Center at Frostburg State University. His responsibilities include designing, teaching fabrication technologies for the Department of Theatre and Dance, and facilitating the technical needs for the PAC’s performing spaces and classrooms. He also coordinates the building scheduling and booking.

Conrad also designs scenery for the department of Theatre and Dance; past credits include Urinetown, Stirring the Mud, The Lesson, Bald Soprano, The Laramie Project, Breath Boom, and All My Sons, and Metamorphosis (co-design).

Previous experience includes working for Walnut Street Theater, where he served as Prop Shop Manager, Technical Director, and Set Designer. In addition, he has also worked with West Virginia University, Penn State University, American Players Theater, Utah Shakespearean Festival, The Arden, Plays and Players, Pittsburg CLO, Maine State Music Theater, Drury House Theater, Coconut Grove Theater, and several others.

Conrad is a member of the International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees (IATSE Local 8) and USITT, The United States Institute for Theatre Technology.

Conrad Maust works as the Facilities Manager for the Performing Arts Center at Frostburg State University. His responsibilities include designing, teaching fabrication technologies for the Department of Theatre and Dance, and facilitating the technical needs for the PAC’s performing spaces and classrooms. He also coordinates the building scheduling and booking.

Conrad also designs scenery for the department of Theatre and Dance; past credits include Urinetown, Stirring the Mud, The Lesson, Bald Soprano, The Laramie Project, Breath Boom, and All My Sons, and Metamorphosis (co-design).

Previous experience includes working for Walnut Street Theater, where he served as Prop Shop Manager, Technical Director, and Set Designer. In addition, he has also worked with West Virginia University, Penn State University, American Players Theater, Utah Shakespearean Festival, The Arden, Plays and Players, Pittsburg CLO, Maine State Music Theater, Drury House Theater, Coconut Grove Theater, and several others.

Conrad is a member of the International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees (IATSE Local 8) and USITT, The United States Institute for Theatre Technology.