Rebecca Mansfield is an arts administrator who strives to create an approachable and accessible arts experience for all. Originally from Westmoreland, New Hampshire, Becca has an extensive history of performing and working in the arts. She recently graduated from Boston University, where she studied Arts Administration. Graduating Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theatre from Plymouth State University, Becca also dedicated a large portion of her undergraduate studies to choral music and dance. She has worked for The Boch Center-Wang and Shubert Theatres, New Hampshire Music Festival, MoCo Arts, The Palace Theatre, Rochester Opera House, Advice to the Players, Hackmatack Playhouse, The Players Ring, and more, in various roles in the arts. In her time at BU, she also served as the Vice-President of the Arts Administration Student Association. As a performer, Becca has sung with acts such as The Chieftains, David Shire, Barry Manilow, as well as performing internationally across Europe and South Korea. She has sung Alto with the New Hampshire Master Choral and the New Hampshire Music Festival Chorus. Becca studied voice and choral music with Dr. Emily Jaworski Koriath and Dr. Dan Perkins.