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).
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).
The play by Hansol Jung (’14) stars Peter Kim (’04) and features costumes by Linda Cho (’98) and sound design by Palmer Hefferan (’13).
Director Lileana Blain-Cruz (’12) staged The House That Will Not Stand by Marcus Gardley (’04) featuring Juliana Canfield (Acting, ’17) and voice dialect coach Dawn-Elin Fraser (Acting Faculty).
The groundbreaking Washington, DC production features lighting design by Andrew F. Griffin (’16) and sound design by Matt Otto (’13).
The production will be directed by Dustin Wills (’14) and features scenic design by Jean Kim (’16), costume design by Seth Bodie (’14), lighting design by Masha Tsmiring (’13), sound design by Tyler Keiffer (’15), and projection design by Nicholas Hussong (’15).
Thje Tony Award winner designed the set and lights for The Marriage of Figaro in Portland.