Dylan Fujimura, technical director and lecturer at the Kleist Center for Art and Drama, has been a member of the theatre department at Baldwin Wallace University for more than six years. Fujimura has had the pleasure of being associated with several theatres in the Cleveland metropolitan area, including The Cleveland Play House, Cleveland Public Theatre, Dobama Theatre, The J.C.C. and several others. He has worked for Cain Park as a carpenter, events crew member, master carpenter, assistant technical director, technical director and production manager. He also worked for Great Lakes Theatre as a carpenter, run crew member, lead carpenter and shop foreman. Fujimura was the lighting designer for several award-winning shows at Cleveland Public Theatre including "The Candle Lit," "Water Principle," "Dolores Raine" and "Killer Joe." He was the scenic designer as well as the lighting designer for their award-winning production of "Hell Cab." For Baldwin Wallace, he has designed lights for student dance. He has also designed sets for "Much Ado About Nothing," "The Laramie Project," "Lend Me a Tenor," "A Nightmare of Crime," "The Odd Couple" and "Moon Over Buffalo." Fujimura teaches courses in Vectorworks as well as Stagecraft. Over the years, Fujimura has participated in all aspects of the theatre including the front of the house, the stage and backstage. He enjoys sharing his knowledge of technical theatre with the BW students and encourages you to stop by and say hello.