A Theater Industry Study
five year trend analysis of nonprofit arts and culture
conducting credible research and making connections
providing information and counsel on public policy that supports the sector
Although she received an acting scholarship to Carnegie-Mellon University, Inda Blatch-Geib realized pretty quickly that her heart and her future weren’t in wearing greasepaint, but applying it to others. Her success in her makeup classes revealed an enjoyment of the technical end of theater and led to her exploring prosthetic makeup design, costuming and set design. She transferred to Akron University, where she completed her undergraduate degree in theatrical design and literature, and her graduate degree in design.