About CC Conn

CC Conn is an assistant professor of sound and lighting design at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas. A graduate of Ball State University and IU, where she won the Gary W. Geiser Memorial Award, Conn worked for many years in Atlanta, Georgia, where her lighting design credits included The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me (Best Lighting Design, Creative Loafing Magazine), working on several events for the 1996 Summer Olympic games, recitals, and concerts. She served as the assistant technical director and resident lighting designer for the Honeywell Foundation Ford Theatre in Wabash, Indiana. Theatrical credits at SFA include sound design on As You Like It, Big River, Woyzeck, and the radio drama The Gift of the Magi; lighting design on The Tempest, Schoolhouse Rock Live!, Six Degrees of Separation, Lend Me a Tenor and Rabbit Hole; and both lighting and sound design on The Elephant Man, The Heidi Chronicles, “Master Harold”…and the boys, Picnic, Grease, Twelfth Night, A Raisin in the Sun, Brighton Beach Memoirs, She Stoops to Conquer, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Steel Magnolias, Stage Door and bobrauschenbergamerica. A member of USITT and TETA (Texas Educational Theatre Association), Conn has lead workshops, presentations at many national conferences. She supervised SFA’s Theatre Teacher Certification program and created the Junior Jacks Theatre Camp.

Recent Credits


IU Theatre — Sound Designer

Love's Labour's Lost

IU Theatre — Sound Designer