Milan Eldridge is a stage manager, theater designer. and filmmaker who is fascinated by the ways these different disciplines can interact, inform, and influence each other. She is passionate about exploring peculiar interpretations of the world. Her recent virtual stage management work includes Catherine Filloux’s Under the Skin (Intar), The Manic Monologues (McCarter Theatre Center), SUGAR SKULL! A Virtual Día de Muertos Adventure (Mexico Beyond Mariachi), and Virginia Grise’s a farm for meme. Her recent theatrical editing work includes Black Picture Show (Artists Space), Seeing Rape (John Jay College), A Past Becomes a Heritage: The Negro Units of the Federal Theatre Project (Princeton University; CLASSIX), The Chinese Lady (Princeton University), and All Her Power (Princeton University). She has served as a Teaching Fellow for Trenton Youth Theater. Milan is currently on the Programming Committee for the inaugural Bridgeport Film Festival and is an Associate Digital Producer for MELA Arts Connect.