The costume design in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel uses color to convey 1950s New York to viewers.
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The build and installation of the scenery, which focuses on southeastern Connecticut’s seafaring history, was managed by Kevin Belcher and Dashiell Menard (’19).
Maestro brings to life the story of conductor Arturo Toscanini, who bravely opposed Fascism in Italy and America.
Dean James Bundy called Alcorn “a practitioner of the very first rank: a key artistic collaborator in landmark productions for more than two decades.”
The Chekhov Project Company includes Joan MacIntosh (Faculty), Rob Campbell (Acting, ’90), Deb O (Design, ’07), Daniel Baker ( Sound Design, ’04), and Johnny Moreno (Design ’18).
The Academy combines rigorous training and ensemble collaboration to perform two Shakespeare plays at the American Festival Shakespeare Theater.
School of Drama finalists are Haydee Zelideth and Yana Birÿkova (’17); Shadi Ghaheri (’18); John Bondi-Ernoehazy, Mika Eubanks, Samuel Kwan Chi Chan, and Yaara Bar (’19).
Eclipse plans to explore the range of Durang’s canon with three full productions, readings, and public events focused on the playwright and his works.
“Hansol has no shortage of metaphors, and they’re incredibly integral, holistic, and beautiful,” says director Leigh Silverman.