Jim Streeter is currently the Production Manger for Film and Performance Theatre located in Frist Campus Center at Princeton University. Mr. Streeter has been the Lighting Designer/Master Electrician for Princeton University’s Program in Theater and Dance, where he designed the lighting for productions of A Test of Love, A Little Night Music, Cabaret, Yankee Dawg, You Die, The Vagina Monologues, The Crucible, The Duchess of Malfi, HAMLETMACHINE, Twelfth Night, The Maids, A Delicate Balance, Happy Days, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Seagull and premieres of student works Who Am I Without You, Chamber Music, Mixed Drinks, Invitation to the Blues, Utopia Parkway, Shadowman, The Tire Iron(Beer,Pool and Darts), Of Beauty Born and T.S. Eliot’s The Wasteland.
Mr. Streeter has also served as the Resident Lighting Designer for the BodyHype Dance Company at Princeton University. He has designed lighting and visual effects for A Sacred Place, choreographed by Jacques D’amboise, Negotiations, choreographed by Ze’eva Cohen and Aleta Hayes, Chamber Pieces, choreogrraphed by Ze’eva Cohen, Aleta Hayes and Jill Sigman and the Body Hype Dance Company at Princeton University. Other works include, Konvergence and Rosemary with Ginger for the Acting Studio, Inc. in New York City, The Sound of Music and Phantom for Rockwell Productions, The Glass Menagerie and A Lifetime on the Streets for Trenton State College Theater, The Rothchilds for Bristol Riverside Theatre, Jungle Coup, Moby Dick and the American Premiere of The Graduate for Stageworks/Summit and the premiere of Cynthia Lee Smith’s The Night Spirit for the Aphre Behn Theatre Co. He is a graduate of the Center for Media Arts and studied lighting design at The Studio and Forum of Stage Design in New York City.