Jules Lauve  
Jules Lauve                
With over 30 years in the entertainment industry, Jules brings a unique perspective to his clients. His responsibilities include project management, theatre design, performance equipment system design, and advice on facility management and operations.
Jules came to Theatre Projects from Las Vegas where he produced, managed, and represented entertainment productions for numerous clients. From 1993 to 1999, Jules was director of entertainment for the Treasure Island Casino Hotel, where he served as the primary liaison with Cirque du Soleil's traveling Nouvelle Experience and Mystère, their first resident show. He also produced the hotel's front feature, the fiery Buccaneer Bay Sea Battle. Prior to that, he was the stage manager at the Mirage Hotel, where he contributed greatly to the success of the ground-breaking, high-tech spectacle, Siegfried & Roy. Outside of Vegas, Jules has an extensive background in scenery and lighting design for opera, ballet, and large touring productions.
Jules is a recent board member of ESTA (Entertainment Services and Technology Association) and also sits on ESTA's Technical Standards Council. He is also a member of the Fairfield County American Heart Association Executive Recruitment Committee, and is a former member of the NFPA Special Effects Committee, overseeing NFPA 1126 Pyrotechnics before Proximate Audience and authoring NFPA 160 Flame Effects Before an Audience. Jules received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in theatre from the Stephen F. Austin State University and attended the Master of Fine Arts program at the University of Southern California.