Performance Hall Directors

Clint Pilkinton

Clint Pilkinton

Technical Director

Clint Pilkinton has been the resident lighting designer for The Renaissance Center since 2006. Clint has designed over 25 productions and numerous other projects. Some of his favorites include Chicago, Cats, Anything Goes, Driving Miss Daisy, Guys and Dolls, Dracula, Annie, Christmas My Way, Children of Eden, Snoopy!!!, Auschwitz Lullaby and videos for Roger Neal, James Gregory, Lee Greenwood and Tanya Tucker. Clint’s regional credits include Master Electrician for the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival production of MacBeth and designer of The Globe Players production of The Comedy of Errors. Clint also has designed for Shelter Repertory Dance Company under the artistic direction of Kim Neal Nofsinger. A graduate of Middle Tennessee State University with a degree in theatre performance, Clint worked with the MTSU dance department in designing the fall 2004 and spring and fall 2005 dance concerts along with several theatre designs including Seussical: the Musical, The Seagull, How I Learned to Drive, and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. His Master Electrician credits include The Music Man, American Tall Tales, Reckless, Cabaret, Conestoga Stories and Pippin