Jared Zeigler is a freelance AEA stage manager and artist-administrator based in Minneapolis. Zeigler is also a company member of Theatre Novi Most, serving as publicist and occasional stage manager.
Recent stage management work includes ASMing the world premiere of Five Points (Theater Latte Da); a rural Minnesota tour of An Enemy of the People and a Minneapolis/Saint Paul tour of The Hoopla Train (Sod House Theater); a northern Minnesota tour and Minneapolis run of Grounded (Frank Theatre); Of Mice and Men (Park Square Theatre); Citizen (Frank Theatre @ Intermedia Arts); The Norwegians, And So It Goes, Sunshine, Extremities (Dark & Stormy Productions); The Seagull, Rehearsing Failure (Theatre Novi Most); PlayLabs 2014, 2015, 2016 (Playwrights' Center).
Other highlights include directing Urinetown: the Musical (Phoenix Theater @ Sheldon Theatre, Red Wing, MN); co-founding the queer performance troupe Homo Hotdish; producing Dancing on the Edge for Theatre Novi Most at the Southern Theatre in Minneapolis and at SUNY New Paltz; and coordinating Park Square Theatre's 2018-19 General Auditions.
Upcoming work includes a remount of Of Mice and Men at Park Square Theater in the fall.
Proud member of Actors' Equity Association.