Cathrin Farrar is a Project Manager at BRC Imagination Arts, an experience design agency in Burbank, California. Her recent work includes the refresh of the Journey to Mars, a permanent exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Titusville, Florida that combines video, scenic elements, theatrical programming, live performance, and interactive kiosks into an engaging and dynamic visitor experience.
In the Los Angeles area, Farrar has worked with The Blank Theatre as a Production Stage Manager for the annual Young Playwrights Festival. She has worked as a Development Consultant for the local theatre company The Speakeasy Society, a group known for site-specific immersive performances including “Ebenezer” staged at Golden Road Brewery and “The Johnny Cycle” staged at the American Legion. Farrar has also worked as a Production Manager and Development Consultant for the film production company Labcoat Meerkat Productions.
Before moving to Los Angeles, Farrar worked as freelance manager for various theatre companies in Texas, including a Stage Manager for Capital T Theatre in Austin, Production Stage Manager and Associate Producer for the Tal Lostracco Summer Theatre Camp and Festival in Georgetown, Stage Manager for Milam Community Theatre, Backstage Manager for Unity Theatre in Brenham, and Wardrobe Manager for the Texas Musical Drama in Canyon.
At CalArts, Farrar teaches Management Technology and courses in Creative Production Management. Prior to CalArts, she developed and taught a course in Theatre Festival Management for Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, and taught Art classes for elementary students as a part of Taylor Academy in Taylor, Texas, an initiative that provided free after school programs for underprivileged children.
Cathrin Farrar is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) through the Project Management Institute (since 2014). She has a Masters of Fine Arts degree in Production Management program from CalArts in Valencia, California and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas.