Grant Miner is primarily a Theatre Carpenter whith a passion for working in educational settings. He has over ten years of varying experience from roadhouse to set construction to electrics, freelancing, and even some sound design. Most of his experience is at Juniata College in their two spaces, Halbritter, working for Juniata Presents, and Susan Von Liebig, working for Juniata Theatre but has broken into arena productions through being a house stagehand at Bryce Jordan Center.



In the 2012, 2013, and 2014 season, he worked at Six Flags Great America in the Grand Music Hall running the light and sound-board for Pop Fusion, Love at First Fright, Dancing in the Streets, and Reflections, Sights and Sounds of the 60's. Through these three years he worked his way through the ranks, first being promoted to a lead technician, then to supervisor of the venue.  


Grant has experience with freelancing in Central Pennsylvania for IATSE local 636 and is a local hand and house running crew at Bryce Jordan Center at Penn State. This work has given him experience in both road theatres and arenas in light hangs, trusses, rigging, sound, carpentry, spot light operation, and any many other odd jobs under these roofs. 


His interest in Theatre Technology began in high school. Needing an extra curricular activity that didn't revolve around sports, he joined the "tech club" at the Larkin High school Academy, forming a solid foundation for his undergrad studies in Theatre Technology.