Barbara Brennan

Barbara Brennan has collaborated with many theatre groups in the Las Vegas area both as an actor and director. She was an original adult member of the Rainbow Company and part of the original artistic team of New West Theatre Company. Some of her directing credits include Noises Off, Crimes of the Heart, Rumors, Lost in Yonkers, K-2, Tally’s Folly, I’m Not Rappaport, The Elephant Man, and The Women. Barbara directed The Nightingale and Two Pales of Water for Rainbow Company and Brighton Beach Memoirs and To Kill a Mockingbird for NCT at UNLV. She also directed the staged readings After the Revolution, Three Tall Women, and The Children for A Public Fit. Barbara attended UNLV and began her career in technical services for the entertainment industry working for her family at Cinema Services of Las Vegas. She was employed by ABC Sports as Lighting Director for Championship Figure Skating for eleven years and worked with NBC Sports on the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sidney and the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. Barbara is a recipient of two Regional Emmy Awards for Sport Location Lighting. She has been Director of Production Services for Wynn Resorts, Western Regional Manager for Systems Integration at PRG, and is now employed as Vice-President of Systems Integration at 4 Wall Entertainment in the Las Vegas office.