Lifeline bids sad adieu to production manager Cortney Hurley

After serving over six years as Lifeline Theatre’s Production Manager, Cortney Hurley is leaving to pursue new adventures. We wish to express our heartfelt thanks for the time she spent with us: wrangling budgets, climbing ladders, troubleshooting antique light systems, scheduling meetings, solving problems and finding new and exciting designers and technicians amongst her vast network of contacts — and then luring them in to Lifeline. Cortney is hoping this next chapter in her life will allow her to see more actual theater as an audience member and have fewer sleepless nights. She is currently working a new job just two doors away from us, so we still get to see her for the occasional lunch and after-work beer. This past week she ran over to watch our midday Summer Junior Camp show (a 4-6 year old-written play version of Harry the Dirty Dog). We owe Cortney great thanks for her time with us. We will miss her and we hope we continue to see her often.

Dorothy Milne
Artistic Director