Centre College Faculty
Mark de Araujo• Associate Professor of Dramatic Arts
• Technical Director of the Norton Center for the Arts
Office: Grant Hall—317
Mark de Araujo (pronounced duh-rooz-jo) is associate professor of dramatic arts, and technical director of the Norton Center for the Arts at Centre College.
De Araujo does much of his teaching at Centre on a one-to-one basis, instructing and supervising students as they develop the sound, lighting, and technical direction for drama productions. He introduces students to emerging techniques for utilizing computers and other technology as tools in the dramatic arts.
In his role as technical director of the Norton Center for the Arts, de Araujo is responsible for the technical needs of the college's Norton Center for the Arts. The Norton Center is a major performing arts venue and mounts an annual subscription series that brings to campus performers such as violinist Itzhak Perlman, soprano Kathleen Battle, and trumpeter Wynton Marsalis; as well as touring Broadway productions, major dance companies, and symphony orchestras. Through de Araujo, Centre students have the opportunity to learn about technical needs of arts centers and the technical side of arts management.
De Araujo holds a B.F.A. from the University of Florida and an M.A. degree from Indiana University. He has done design and tech work for the Brown County Playhouse, Indiana University, the Hippodrome Theatre, and Raintree Harvest dance troop. De Araujo joined the Centre faculty in 1979.
File last updated: 5/2/13