Quincy Bruckerhoff, General Director
Board of Directors
Laura Lee Everett
San Diego City Opera
Quincy is founding General Director of The Vermont Opera Project. She brings over 15 years of experience as an arts administrator, agent, and stage manager to VTOP.
She is also the principal representative of Quarterline Design Management, an agency that represents stage directors, choreographers, and designers in the areas of opera, theater, and dance. She has worked with a wide variety of opera companies including San Francisco Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Houston Grand Opera, Washington National Opera, Central City Opera, Gotham Chamber Opera, and San Diego Opera as well as dance and theater companies at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington Ballet, American Conservatory Theater, Marin Theater Company, Diversionary Theater, and the Weston Playhouse. Internationally, she has worked with Teatro Municipal de Santiago in Chile, Grand Téâtre de Genève, Opera de Roma, Teatro Real Madrid, and Teatro Sodre in Uruguay.
Before starting Quarterline, Quincy Bruckerhoff spent a decade criss-crossing the country as a freelance stage manager working for San Francisco Opera, Washington National Opera, Sarasota Opera, and Utah Symphony and Opera. She also worked at the technical coordinator for the Washington National Opera.
She holds a BA in Music from Salem College. She resides in Clarendon Springs with her husband Jeff, children Everett and Evelyn, Chester the dog, and,of course, the chickens.
Jeff Bruckerhoff, Managing Director
Jeff has over twenty years of experience as a designer and manager in opera, theater, and dance.
As a lighting designer, he has designed The Magic Flute, L’Elisir d’Amore, and HMS Pinafore for Opera Saratoga; Le nozze di Figaro and Madama Butterfly for the Tulsa Opera, Merry Widow and Tosca for the Kentucky Opera; Lucrezia Borgia at the San Francisco Opera; Tosca, Hansel and Gretel, Lucrezia Borgia, and Sophie's Choice for the Washington National Opera. design. Recent Theater credits include Into the Woods for Northern Stage and The Hour of Feeling and Bulrusher for Williams College, This Blessed Plot and Mary’s Wedding for the Weston Playhouse, and Knuffle Bunny; a Cautionary Musical for the Theatre for Young Audiences at the Kennedy Center. His ballet credits include The Great Gatsby, Wunderland (winner of the MetroDC Dance award for lighting design), Le Corsaire, and PASTforward for The Washington Ballet; Le Corsaire for Ballet Nacional Sodre in Uruguay. He has enjoyed an long standing collaboration with the Suzanne Farrell Ballet having designed Danses Concertates, the Brahms-Schoenberg Quartet, Sontatine, and Baiser de la Fée among others.
Jeff was the Lighting Manager for the Washington National Opera from 2005-2011. He also served as the Lighting Director for the Santa Fe Opera from 2000-2002. He was the interim Lighting Design professor at the University of Illinois in Champaign- Urbana in 2012-13.
Jeff is a graduate of the Theatre School at DePaul University and resides in Clarendon Springs, Vermont.