About the Georgetown Theatre Alliance
The Georgetown Theatre Alliance (GTA) is dedicated to strengthening the connections among the theatre alumni community of Georgetown University. It aims to foster the professional, educational, and personal development of Georgetown students and alumni interested in theatre.
GTA is committed to:
• Providing career support and networking opportunities for current students and alumni within and outside the theatre industry, with a special focus on mentorship.
• Leveraging the resources of the community to support the artistic endeavors of Georgetown students and alumni.
• Facilitating communication and connections among the past and present members of the Georgetown theatre community.
• Fostering a greater sense of community among its members and encouraging alumni to stay involved in the Georgetown theatre community.
Join GTA to stay in touch with fellow alumni, connect with others working in the industry, and keep up to date on all of the theatre happening on campus.
Interested in participating in one of our programs? Learn more here.
Meet the GTA Committee
Adam Bacigalupo works as a research data analyst for the nation’s organ transplant administrator, the United Network for Organ Sharing, in Richmond, VA. When he’s not wrangling data, he is hiking, biking, and enjoying great restaurants and breweries. At Georgetown, he was the three-year technical director for nomadic theatre and was always found in either Poulton, the Devine, or Walsh Blackbox (RIP). A lifelong DC resident, he is excited to come back to campus often, and he looks forward to seeing shows of all clubs for seasons to come.
Cameron Bell is currently a graduate student at the University of Pennsylvania working towards her Master's in Genetic Counseling. Before graduating from Georgetown in 2019, she held numerous technical and design positions with Mask & Bauble and nomadictheatre, and served as Executive Producer of Mask & Bauble's 167th season. When she wasn't spending time in various theater spaces on campus, she sang with the Georgetown University Concert Choir and served at The Tombs, where she was also a proud member of the 99 Days Club.
Matt Beshke works in Asian Equity Sales in New York City, and is a 2018 graduate of Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service. He is a former (and lifetime!) member of Mask & Bauble, and the Sales Director of M&B’s Board 165. When not spending time acting or painting in Poulton, he could have been found on campus singing with the Georgetown Chimes or – like many of the rest of this committee! – down at The Tombs as part of the 99 Days Club. Nowadays, he spends his time in “The City” planning which Broadway shows to see next, dreaming of the weather back home in LA, and watching cat videos on YouTube.
Michael Donnay spent five years as a stage and production manager, working with companies including Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Kennedy Center, The Second City, Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, and The Laboratory for Global Performance & Politics. Now he lives in the UK and manages a research center at the University of London. While at Georgetown, he worked in a range of design and production positions. He served as the Executive Producer for M&B’s 164th Season and the Technical Director for its 162nd. He also played a sentient newt and appeared as himself in numerous Midnight Theatre productions.
Caitlin Dutkiewicz manages a team of HR researchers for the research and advisory firm, Gartner. She recently helped found Boxcar Stage Company, a theater education business in the Boston area. Caitlin studied theater management at the Yale School of Drama, where she focused much of her work on how theaters can take better care of their employees and artists. She has worked as the Associate Managing Director and Company Manager of Yale Repertory Theatre, served as the Yale Fellow at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, and stage managed countless productions in the Boston and D.C. area. At Georgetown, Caitlin spent most of her free time working on shows with Mask and Bauble and nomadic and during her senior year, served as the executive producer of M&B.
Kathleen Hill is a Senior Consultant at WolfBrown, a nonprofit arts and culture research and consulting firm. She supports arts organizations and philanthropic foundations across the country in unpacking and improving the impact of their programs. While at Georgetown, she served on the nomadictheatre board as Publicity Director and Associate Producer, occupied a litany of technical positions for several of the co-curricular clubs, sang with the Georgetown University Chamber Singers, and earned a spot on the Class of 2015's 99 Days plaque at the Tombs.
Katie Rosenberg is a lawyer working in Washington, D.C. Prior to law school, Katie worked for three years in the Artistic Development Department at Arena Stage. While at Georgetown, she acted, directed, and, during her senior year, served as the Associate Producer for Mask and Bauble.