Dramatic Arts Staff
Sallie Bright• Performing Arts Coordinator
Office: Grant Hall—304
Sallie joined the performing arts staff in August 2012 after four years as Academic Affairs Coordinator. Before coming to Centre, she worked as a freelance writer and photographer and as Outreach Coordinator for the local humane society. A native of Danville, she is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism.
Brandon Floyd• Assistant Technical Director
Office: Grant Hall—209
Brandon began as the Norton Center's Assistant Technical Director in August 2013. He graduated high school in the inaugural class of the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities in 2001, and has a bachelor's degree in music from Centre College, class of 2005. Since graduating, Brandon has held positions at Interlochen Arts Academy, Culver-Stockton College, Bucknell University, and Actor's Theatre of Louisville. He has also freelanced extensively throughout the Midwest and Southeast. He has worked with Lou Rawls, David Copperfield, B.B. King, and Alison Krauss to name a few. In his free time Brandon enjoys hunting, fishing, playing the trumpet, and relaxing with his wife, MaryJane Morris Floyd '07.
Drew Maciula• Scene Shop Supervisor
• Drama Program Technical Director
Office: Grant Hall—306
Drew graduated from Morehead State University with a B.A. in Theatre & Art in 2001 and then returned to MSU for his M.A. in Communications with an Emphasis in Performance Studies (2004). He has worked as a carpenter and/or technical director for universities, opera companies, summer stock, and regional theatres in North Carolina, Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Most recently, he served as the Technical Director/Production Manager at St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York.
Danielle Held• Costume Shop Manager
Office: Grant Hall—202
Danielle graduated from Shenandoah Conservatory at Shenandoah University in Winchester, Virginia with a B.F.A. in costume design. She has worked as wardrobe manager for Millbrook Playhouse in Mill Hall, Pennsylvania and as a stitcher, assistant designer, and crafts artisan at Shenandoah Summer Music Theater.