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Jessica C. Flores

jessica_flores3.jpegPhone: (858) 822-3725
Office: CPMC 185

Email: j3flores@cloud.ucsd.edu

Jessica C. Flores, Production Manager

Jessica C. Flores's theatrical and event experience encompasses a wide range of roles, including production management, stage management, lighting design, and technical direction. Notably, Ms. Flores has work with Oegon Symphony, Eugene Symphony, Oregon Ballet Theatre, Northwest Dance Project, Tulsa Ballet, Pilobolus, Ballet Sun Valley, Alonzo King LINES Ballet, and Liz Lerman Dance Exchange. She has also toured internationally, supporting principal dancers from the New York City Ballet and American Ballet Theatre on mulitple engagements. 

At Harvard University, Ms. Flores served as the production supervisor and resident lighting designer for the Dance Program within the Office for the Arts. Her tenure included overseeing production operations at the Harvard Dance Center, serving as the professional stage manager for Hasty Pudding Theatricals 159 & 160, and designing lighting for the inaugural performances of the New College Theatre, now known as Farkas Hall.

As an AGMA Stage Manager, she has called productions for organizations such as the Martha Graham Dance Company, Opera Company of Philadelphia, Tulsa Ballet, and the Joffrey Ballet, among others.

Originally from San Diego, Jessica returned to California to join the Department of Music staff in 2011. In her capacity as Production Manager, she supervises live event operations and coordinates production support and technical logistics for performances and recordings for over 250 events a year at the Conrad Prebys Music Center, Mandeville Auditorium, and Warren Lecture Hall Recording Studios.

Jessica is also a proponent and advocate for rucking, having founded the Triton Ruck Club with campus coworkers in 2019. She volunteers with Team Red, White, and Blue's San Diego chapter to develop and lead rucking and athletic events for veterans and their families to accomplish Team RWB's mission of enriching veterans lives through physical and social activities.