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Dennis Gill Booth School of Design & Production | University of North Carolina School of the Arts

Bio

I've been employed in the entertainment industry since high school. My travels around the country have given me opportunity to work in many and various venues and facilities. I started teaching in 1988, when I landed at Wright State University in Fairborn, Ohio....

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Resume

Where I've worked....

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Classes

Technical Graphics I - DEP 1153
Undergraduate Technical Direction I and II - DEP 3411, 3412
Graduate Technical Direction I and II - DEP 6411,6412
Theatrical Rigging - DEP 3431 and DEP 7431

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