About: Ensemble > Helen Lattyak
2004 Mozart and Salieri (Prop Designer)
2005 Birds (Stage Manager)
2005 Still Life in Color (Prop Designer)
2006 Huddersfield (Prop Designer)
2006 Tracks (Stage Manager)
2007 Tracks (Stage Manager)
2007 It's Only the End of the World (Stage Manager)
2008 Uncle Vanya (Stage Manager)
2009 Maria's Field (Stage Manager)
2009 Uncle Vanya (Stage Manager)
2010 The Wedding (Stage Manager)
2010 baal (Stage Manager)
2012 Fulton Street Sessions (Production Manager)
2012 The Dumb Waiter (Production Manager)
2013 The Silent Language (Production Manager)

HELEN LATTYAK is happy to be lucky enough to have found such an amazing artistic home. She first worked with TUTA as prop designer for Mozart and Salieri, and she has continued props designing and stage managing with TUTA ever since. Her work with TUTA includes: prop design for Rules for Good Manners in the Modern World, Still Life in Color, Huddersfield, and The Most Excellent and Lamentable Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet; and stage management for Baal, The Wedding, Maria's Field, Uncle Vanya, It's Only The End Of The World, Tracks, Birds, and the Rules for Good Manners in the Modern World Tour. Helen is also TUTA's Rentals and Operations Manager. When she is not busy at TUTA, Helen stage manages around Chicagoland. A few stage management credits include: Little Shop of Horrors, Doubt, and Be My Baby for Peninsula Player Theater; Iron with Apple Tree Theater; and Spit Fire Grill the Musical with Provision Theater Company. Helen is a proud graduate of the Loyola University Chicago Department of Theatre. Email Helen at helen@tutato.com

Read more about Helen in A Brief Interview with Helen Lattyak.