‘Lego Harry Potter and the Transgender Witch’ includes many alumni collaborators, and was co-created by Logan Ellis (’20).
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Adrales will “build on programs and processes she helped create a decade ago,” said former Artistic Director John Clinton Eisner.
The 16-minute piece, voiced by Emily Reilly (’13) and Hugh Farrell (’15) was inspired by reports of noise reduction during the pandemic.
Ayite has been nominated for Tony Awards for both ‘A Soldier’s Tale’ and ‘Slave Play.’
The Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas grant supports Clauson’s work as steward of The Alternative Canon.
In a writers’ room that includes Lynn Nottage (’89, Former Faculty), Smith’s Peabody-winning vision invites excitement and collaboration.
“Lisa differentiated herself with her depth of experience and a strong educational background,” said Diane Foster, assistant city manager.