Jayscott Crosley

Jayscott Crosley

Program and Administrative Associate
Jayscott  Crosley

Jayscott Crosley is a theatre artist, onstage and off. As stage manager and member of Actors’ Equity, he has worked in several Boston area theatres including New Repertory Theatre, Gloucester Stage Company, and SpeakEasy Stage Company. He also worked on several non-union productions with Broadway Bound Youth Theatre and The Fritz Theatre in San Diego where he also directed. Jayscott was the founding President and Artistic Director of Black Rabbit Theatre Company, also in San Diego, where he directed and produced The Guys, Prelude to a Kiss, and Love Letters. Alongside theatrical adventures, he the Sales Manager at San Diego Stage and Lighting and Sales Associate at Barbizon Lighting in the Boston area. Jayscott has a B.A. in theatre from New England College and has completed graduate work in drama at San Diego State University.

As the Program and Administrative Associate at the Memorial Hall / Lowell Hall Complex, Jayscott works mainly with students and student organizations, helping them with rehearsal reservations, Lowell Lecture Hall event applications, and scheduling the music practice rooms. He also works with finances, serves on the Arts First Sign Committee and coordinates summer programming and other projects. Jayscott’s desk resides in the Memorial Hall Administrative Office, room 027, and he is usually the first person to greet visitors. Students can contact him at jcrosley@fas.harvard.edu

Interests: Theatre, photography, Irish folklore, Star Wars, tarot cards, nature trails, swimming and mountain biking.