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Opening Night bows at ExtraOrdinary

A Celebration of Musical Theater

ExtraOrdinary

A.R.T. Subscription Season
  • Nov 16, 2018 - Nov 30, 2018

  • Loeb Drama Center

  • Run Time: Two hours including one fifteen-minute intermission

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Hugely entertaining. ExtraOrdinary offers plenty of reasons to celebrate.

Edge Boston

Electric. A show brimming with star power.

Jared Bowen, WGBH

In celebration of the past ten years of musical theater at the A.R.T., audiences are invited to join returning artists for a cabaret featuring songs and stories from the past decade of boundary-breaking musicals, including The Gershwins’ Porgy and BessPippin, Prometheus BoundWaitress, and Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812.

Special guests:

  • November 16, 17, 18—Patina Miller (Pippin)
  • November 19 & 21—Alicia Hall Moran (The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess)
  • November 20—Norm Lewis (The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess)
  • Friday, November 23—Rachel Bay Jones (Pippin)
  • Saturday, November 24—Lea DeLaria (Prometheus Bound)
  • Sunday, November 25—NaTasha Yvette Williams (The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess)
  • Tuesday, November 27 – Friday, November 30—Gavin Creel (Prometheus Bound)
  • Thursday, November 29—Carolee Carmello (Finding Neverland)
  • Friday, November 30—Elizabeth Stanley (Jagged Little Pill)

“Over the last decade since I arrived at A.R.T., we’ve staged more than thirty musicals and music-theater pieces. The musical is one of the great American art forms. As total theater experiences that combine song, story, spectacle, and dance, musicals have the power to engage our hearts and minds; and when musicals grapple with the urgent questions of our day, they can move us like nothing else. The musicals we’ve developed and premiered, the collaborations we’ve formed with writers and composers who created work for the theater for the very first time, and the conversations we’ve had with audiences and scholars around our productions have been central to our mission at the A.R.T. to expand the boundaries of theater.” – Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director Diane Paulus

Written by Dick Scanlan based on interviews with the Company
Choreography Abbey O’Brien
Music Director, Special Orchestrations & Arrangements Lance Horne
Directed by Diane Paulus

 

Production Sponsors
The Linda Hammett Ory & Andrew Ory Charitable Trust
The Johnson Family

Notable dates

Opening Night: 11/18
Open Captioned: 11/29

There will be no Audio Described performance, but a pre-show audio description recording is available.

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Pippin, Cabaret, Jagged Little Pill, and The Blue Flower

Over the past ten seasons, the American Repertory Theater has produced more than thirty musicals and music theater pieces.

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Credits

Creative Team

Director

Diane Paulus

Director

Diane Paulus

Diane Paulus is the Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director of the American Repertory Theater at Harvard University. A.R.T.: Jagged Little Pill, The White Card, In the Body of the World, Waitress (currently on Broadway at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre and on US national tour), Crossing, Finding Neverland, Witness Uganda, Pippin (Tony Award, Best Revival and Best Director), The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess (Tony Award, Best Revival; NAACP Award, Best Direction), Prometheus Bound, Death and the Powers: The Robots’ Opera, Best of Both Worlds, The Donkey Show. Other recent work includes Gloria: A Life, Cirque du Soleil’s Amaluna, currently on tour in South America, Invisible Thread at 2econd Stage, and The Public Theater’s Tony Award-winning revival of HAIR on Broadway and London’s West End. As an opera director, her credits include The Magic Flute, the complete Monteverdi cycle, and the trio of Mozart-Da Ponte operas. Paulus is Professor of the Practice of Theater in Harvard University’s English Department and Theater, Dance & Media concentration. She was selected for Boston Magazine’s 2018 list of Boston’s 100 most influential people and the 2014 Time 100, Time magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world.

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Music Director, Special Orchestrations & Arrangements

Lance Horne

Music Director, Special Orchestrations & Arrangements

Lance Horne

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary, Cabaret, Prometheus Bound. Emmy Award-winning music director, composer, singer-songwriter, pianist, orchestrator, and producer. Creates and collaborates with: Alan Cumming, Margaret Cho, the von Trapps, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Palmer/The Dresden Dolls, Meow Meow, Justin Vivian Bond, Rufus Wainwright, Pink Martini, Kylie Minogue, Liza Minnelli, Kristin Chenoweth, Darren Criss, Peaches, Ricki Lake, the Gatlin Brothers, Michael Feinstein, Carol Channing, Ben Folds, System of a Down, Pina Bausch Tanzfestival, Boston Pops, Atlanta Symphony, London/SF/LA/NY Gay Men’s Choruses, Sydney Dance Company, Sesame Street. Original music: Moisés Kaufmann’s Bent, Mark Taper Forum; Jake Shears, debut solo album ft. Preservation Hall Jazz Band; Vegas! The Show, Planet Hollywood. Performance with Kristin Chenoweth at London US Embassy for President Obama, the First Lady, and Queen Elizabeth. World Tour and PBS Special: Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs. Broadway: Little Women (vocal arrangements). Multiple West End appearances. Lincoln Center Songbook Series. TV: “Ricki Lake Show,” FOX; Macy’s Parades, NBC; “One Life to Live,” ABC. Upcoming: Johnny Mercer Residence for “Revelations,” based on Anne Rice, Goodspeed; Reefer Madness revival. Ongoing: Mondays in the Club with Lance, Club Cumming. Steinway Artist, Jonathan Larson Award recipient. Education/Training: BFA, MFA, Music Composition, The Juilliard School; Interlochen graduate.

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Writer

Dick Scanlan

Writer

Dick Scanlan

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary. Dick Scanlan wrote the musicals Thoroughly Modern Millie (book and lyrics, Tony Award for Best Musical), Everyday Rapture (Tony nomination for Best Book with Sherie Rene Scott), Renascence (book and co-director with Jack Cummings, Off-Broadway at the Transport Group) and The Unsinkable Molly Brown (new book and additional lyrics, Denver Center and St. Louis Muny). He served as script consultant to Berry Gordy on Motown the Musical, and creative consultant for Invisible Thread (formerly Witness Uganda) at 2econd Stage. His plays include Whorl Inside a Loop at 2econd Stage, co-written with Sherie Rene Scott and co-directed with Michael Mayer. Scanlan directed Jake Gyllenhaal and Ellen Greene in Little Shop of Horrors at Encores! Off-Center. His novel, Does Freddy Dance, was published by Alyson Publications. He has published numerous articles and essays in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and other publications.

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Choreographer

Abbey O’Brien

Choreographer

Abbey O’Brien

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinaryJagged Little Pill (Associate Choreographer). Broadway: Waitress (Associate Choreographer), Spamalot (Ensemble); Pal Joey (Swing). Off-Broadway (Associate Choreographer): Odyssey, Public Theater; Ragtime, Lincoln Center. New York: Radio City Rockettes. Regional (Choreographer): American Idiot, TUTS; The Rocky Horror Show (Director/Choreographer), Dreamgirls, Smokey Joe’s CafeBig FishRock of Ages, Theatre Raleigh; Mamma Mia!, Casa Mañana. Regional (Associate Choreographer): Elf, Paper Mill Playhouse; Company, Bucks County; A Taste of Things to Come, Broadway Playhouse. TV/Film: “The Late Show with David Letterman,” “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” “SMASH” on NBC, “SUGARLAND” (music video). Resident Director of Hot On Broadway.

 

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Scenic Designer

Jason Sherwood

Scenic Designer

Jason Sherwood

ART: ExtraOrdinary. Broadway: The Secret Garden (upcoming). Off-Broadway: Sojourners, Her Portmanteau, NYTW; This Ain’t No Disco, Atlantic; Sojourners, Playwrights Realm; Songbird, 59E59. Regional: Old Globe, Signature, Denver Center, Shakespeare Theatre, Goodspeed Musicals, the Alliance, and more. Music: Sam Smith’s The Thrill of It All World Tour. TV: Rent Live, Fox (upcoming); The People’s Choice Awards, E! (upcoming); Sam Smith on The Grammy Awards; “Saturday Night Live;” “Ellen;” “The Late Late Show;” The Brit Awards; Graham Norton; and more. Awards: Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel, and Henry Hewes Design Award nominations. Education/Training: NYU.

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Costume Designer

Emilio Sosa

Costume Designer

Emilio Sosa

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary, The White Card, Father Comes Home From the Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3), O.P.C., Witness Uganda, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, Best of Both Worlds. Broadway: Motown, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess (Tony nomination), Topdog/Underdog. Off-Broadway: Water by the Spoonful; By the Way, Meet Vera Stark (Lucille Lortel and NAACP Theater Awards), 2econd Stage; The Capeman, Juan and John, Romeo and Juliet, Public Theater; The Misanthrope, All That I Will Ever Be, NYTW. Regional: Othello, Guthrie Theater; Ruined, Señor Discretion Himself (Helen Hayes Award nominee), Arena Stage; Twist, Alliance; Once on This Island, Center Stage.

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Lighting & Projection Designer

Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew

Lighting & Projection Designer

Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary. Off-Broadway: Gloria: A Life; Fruit Trilogy; Relevance (Projection Design); Poison; Informed Consent (Projection Design); Nutcracker Rouge (Drama Desk nominations), Company XIV. Regional: Vietgone, Smart People, Denver Center; Top Girls (Projection Design), Huntington Theatre Company; Pinkolandia, Two River Theater; OR, Shakespeare & Company. International: The Ugly One, From the Fire! (Projection Design). Other: KPOP! (Lortel and Drama Desk Nominations), Oneohtrix Point Never’s MYRIAD, Park Avenue Armory. Awards: 2018 Henry Hewes Lighting Design Award, 2017 LIT Design Award (Theater Performance), Bel Geddes Design Enhancement (2015 & 2017), NEA/TCG Career Development Program recipient.

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Sound Designer

Jonathan Deans

Sound Designer

Jonathan Deans

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary, Jagged Little Pill, Waitress, Finding Neverland, Witness Uganda, The Heart of Robin Hood. Past non-A.R.T. work includes: The Tempest, War of the Worlds, Corteo Arena, LOVE (Refresh), Red Velvet, Kiss Me, Kate (Tony nomination), A Second an Chance, Carrie (Drama Desk nomination), Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Spiderman, La Cage aux Folles (Tony and Drama Desk nominations), Young Frankenstein, The Pirate Queen, Lestat, Taboo, Follies, Seussical, The Music Man, Fosse, Parade, Candide, Ragtime. His work with Cirque du Soleil ncludes: Michael Jackson ONE, LOVE, KA, Believe, Zumanity, O, Mystère, La Nouba, OVO, Corteo, Kooza, Saltimbanco, Viva Elvis. Jonathan also consults, developing future products for live theater.

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Associate Director

Nancy Harrington

Associate Director

Nancy Harrington

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary, Waitress, Finding Neverland, Pippin, The Gershwins’ Porgy and BessPrometheus BoundDeath and the Powers: The Robots’ Opera, Children of Herakles. Broadway/National Tour: Finding Neverland, Pippin, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, HAIR, The Full Monty, I Am My Own Wife. Other projects with Diane Paulus include: Capeman; Turnadot: The Rumble For The Ring; Collaborator of Bill Irwin for 28 years, one of the creators of the Tony Award-winning Fool Moon, Largely New York, The Regard of Flight.

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Production Stage Manager

Julie Baldauff

Production Stage Manager

Julie Baldauff

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary, Pippin, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, Death and the Powers: The Robots’ Opera, Children of Herakles. Broadway: The Play That Goes Wrong, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Color Purple, Wolf Hall Parts 1 & 2, Pippin, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, HAIR, The Wedding Singer, I Am My Own Wife, The Little Foxes, The Rehearsal, Summer and Smoke, Getting Away with Murder. Regional: Death and the Powers: The Robots’ Opera, Monaco and Chicago.

 

 

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Cast

Company

Melody A. Betts

Melody Betts

Company

Melody A. Betts

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinaryWitness Uganda. National Tour: The Sound of Music. Off-Broadway: Invisible Thread. Regional: Comedy of Errors, Chicago Shakespeare Theater; The Nativity, Goodman Theater; Once on This Island, The Drowsy Chaperone, Nunsense, Cinderella, Marriott Theatre; Ragtime, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Seussical, The Boys from Syracuse, Drury Lane Oakbrook. TV: “Chicago Code,” “Chicago PD,” “Jesus Christ Superstar LIVE.”

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Kathryn Gallagher

Company

Kathryn Gallagher

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary, Jagged Little Pill. Broadway: Deaf West’s Spring Awakening. Concerts: Duncan Sheik, Café Carlyle; Jason Robert Brown, SubCulture; Robby Krieger and Ray Mazarek of The Doors (opening act); Little Feat. TV/ Film: YOU (premiered on Lifetime Sep. 9, 2018). Albums: I’m Fine; American Spirit.

 

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Swing

Ashley LaLonde

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary (Swing), The Black Clown (Swing), Burn All Night (Kayla), Arrabal (Newscaster). OBERON Presents: Violet (Lula Buffington). Harvard: Into the Woods (The Witch), The Laramie Project (Mercedes), 35mm: A Musical Exhibition (Voice 1). Workshops: Teeth, Camp 2, Dora the Explorer LIVE!. Concerts: Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, 54 Below, Don’t Tell Mama. Film/TV: No More, America. Education: Undergraduate student at Harvard College ’20, BA, Sociology; Secondary in Theater, Dance & Media; Citation in Spanish.

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Company

Terrence Mann

Terrence Mann

Company

Terrence Mann

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary, Pippin. Broadway: Pippin (Charles, Tony Award nomination, Outer Critics Circle Award), Tuck Everlasting, Finding Neverland, The Addams Family, Beauty and the Beast (Tony Award nomination, Drama Desk nomination, Best Actor), Les Misérables (Tony Award nomination), CATS (Rum Tum Tugger), Barnum (Ringmaster), Jerome Robbins’ Broadway, The Rocky Horror Show, The Scarlet Pimpernel. Off-Broadway: Promises, Promises; Assassins. Film/TV: “Sense8” (Whispers), A Chorus Line, “30 Rock,” “Instinct,” “One Life to Live,” “As the World Turns” (Emmy nomination). Professor, Musical Theater, Western Carolina University; Director, Triple Arts Musical Theater Workshop; Artistic Director, Connecticut Repertory Theater Nutmeg Summer Series.

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Company

Brandon Michael Nase

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinaryThe Black Clown. Regional: Ragtime (Coalhouse), Tulane Summer Lyric Theatre; Evita, Asolo Rep; Les Misérables, Dallas Theater Center; Joseph…, 3D Theatricals. Workshops: Frozen (Olaf); Shout Sister Shout!; Beatsville. Concerts: Showboat: In Concert, Bucks County Playhouse. Education/Training: BM, Music, University of North Texas; MM, Musical Theatre/Vocal Performance, NYU.

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Bryonha Marie Parham

Company

Bryonha Marie Parham

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess. Broadway: Prince of Broadway, Book of Mormon, After Midnight, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess, Ragtime. Off-Broadway/New York: Candide, Carnegie Hall; Sweeney Todd (with NY Philharmonic), Show Boat, Live from Lincoln Center; Civil War; Intimate Apparel, Lincoln Center/MET. Regional: Dave, Arena Stage; Ragtime, Kennedy Center; Bernstein’s MASS, Philadelphia Orchestra; Dreamgirls, North Shore Music Theatre; Little Shop of Horrors, Berkshire Theatre Group. International: Prince of Broadway, Tokyo Orb. TV: “Madam Secretary.”

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Company

Mj Rodriguez

Mj Rodriguez

Company

Mj Rodriguez

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinaryBurn All NightTrans Scripts, Part I: The Women. Off-Broadway: Rent (Angel), New World Stages; Runaways, Encores! Off-Center; Street Children, New Ohio Theater; Dreamgirls; The Pajama Game; Once on This Island. TV: “Pose” (Blanca), FX; “Nurse Jackie;” “Luke Cage,” Netflix. Film: Saturday Church! (Tribeca Film Festival nomination, Best Actress).

 

Actors’ Equity Association member

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Matthew James Thomas

Company

Matthew James Thomas

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary, Pippin (Pippin). Broadway: Pippin (Pippin), Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark (Peter Parker). West End: Oliver! (Kipper); Whistle Down the Wind (Clarence); Dorian Gray (Dorian); Fame (Schlomo); Popcorn (Wayne), Landor Fringe. Regional/Concert: Diner The Musical (Fenwick), West Side Story Hollywood Bowl (Riff). Film: Billy Elliot; About a Boy; Possession; Bare. TV: Series regular: Stephen Poliakoff’s “Summer Of Rockets” (Nicholas), BBC (March 2019); “The Devil You Know” (Henry Paine), HBO Pilot; “Salvation” (Dr. Sam Carnahan), NBC/Sony Pilot; “Believe NBC” (Morgan); “Britannia High ITV” (Jez Tyler); “Trevor’s World of Sport;” “The Blind Date Murder Mysteries;” “The Lost Prince;” Guest lead: “Casualty,” “Midsomer Murders,” “Bad Girls,” “Genie in the House,” “Doctors,” “The Bill,” “Hero to Zero.”

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Band

Music Director/Piano

Lance Horne

Music Director/Piano

Lance Horne

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary, Cabaret, Prometheus Bound. Emmy Award-winning music director, composer, singer-songwriter, pianist, orchestrator, and producer. Creates and collaborates with: Alan Cumming, Margaret Cho, the von Trapps, Neil Gaiman, Amanda Palmer/The Dresden Dolls, Meow Meow, Justin Vivian Bond, Rufus Wainwright, Pink Martini, Kylie Minogue, Liza Minnelli, Kristin Chenoweth, Darren Criss, Peaches, Ricki Lake, the Gatlin Brothers, Michael Feinstein, Carol Channing, Ben Folds, System of a Down, Pina Bausch Tanzfestival, Boston Pops, Atlanta Symphony, London/SF/LA/NY Gay Men’s Choruses, Sydney Dance Company, Sesame Street. Original music: Moisés Kaufmann’s Bent, Mark Taper Forum; Jake Shears, debut solo album ft. Preservation Hall Jazz Band; Vegas! The Show, Planet Hollywood. Performance with Kristin Chenoweth at London US Embassy for President Obama, the First Lady, and Queen Elizabeth. World Tour and PBS Special: Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs. Broadway: Little Women (vocal arrangements). Multiple West End appearances. Lincoln Center Songbook Series. TV: “Ricki Lake Show,” FOX; Macy’s Parades, NBC; “One Life to Live,” ABC. Upcoming: Johnny Mercer Residence for “Revelations,” based on Anne Rice, Goodspeed; Reefer Madness revival. Ongoing: Mondays in the Club with Lance, Club Cumming. Steinway Artist, Jonathan Larson Award recipient. Education/Training: BFA, MFA, Music Composition, The Juilliard School; Interlochen graduate.

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Guitar/Cello

Yair Evnine

Guitar/Cello

Yair Evnine

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary, Waitress. Broadway: Waitress (Orchestrator). New York: I Kiss Your Heart (composer), Soho Theater; Rob Roth’s SOUNDSTAGE (composer/sound design/orchestrator), HERE; Love the Struggle (composer/orchestrator), SheNYC. Regional: The Nightingale, La Jolla Playhouse; Alice by Heart, Theater Aspen. International: Lady Rizo’s Under (composer/performer), Edinburgh Fringe Assembly. Music Production: Violet, Lady Rizo; The Ginger Snapped, Jinkx Monsoon. Collaborators include: Duncan Sheik, Meow Meow, Alan Cumming, Lady Rizo, Taylor Mac, Justin Bond, and Spencer Day. Education: MA, Oberlin College.

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Bass

Kate Foss

Bass

Kate Foss

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinaryThe Black ClownJagged Little Pill (Bass alternate). Theater: North Shore Music Theater, Lyric Stage Co., Emerson College, Theatre by the Sea, Trinity Rep. Orchestra Performance: Plymouth Philharmonic (principal Bass), Boston Lyric Opera, Emmanuel Music, Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Sound Icon, Symphony Nova, Odyssey Opera, A Far Cry, Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra, New Bedford Symphony, Indian Hill Symphony Orchestra, Discovery Ensemble. Education: MM, Classical Performance, New England Conservatory; BS, Physics, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

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Percussion

Janna Graham

Percussion

Janna Graham

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary. Off-Broadway: Sweet Charity starring Sutton Foster. Regional: The Prom, Alliance Theater. International: Fortezza Medievale, Montepulciano, Italy. Performances: Town Hall, Beacon Theater, Signature Theater, 54 Below, Rockwood Music Hall, Green Room 42. Education: BM, Jazz Performance, Kennesaw State University.

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Brass

Riley Mulherkar

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary. Founding member of brass quartet The Westerlies. Works with artists including: Wynton Marsalis, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Alan Cumming, Anna Deavere Smith. Artistic Director for Jazz at Joye in Aiken. Director of the Summer Advanced Institute at Seattle JazzEd. Ambassador for Jazz at in Lincoln Center’s Jazz for Young People program. Education/Training: BM, MM, The Juilliard School.

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Additional Staff

Assistant Stage Manager

Taylor Brennan

Assistant Stage Manager

Taylor Brennan

A.R.T.: Stage Manager: Barber Shop ChroniclesThe Black ClownHEAR WORD! Naija Woman Talk True; Burn All NightNotes from the Field: Doing Time in Education1984O.P.C.The Shape She MakesThe Donkey Show. Assistant Stage Manager: ExtraOrdinaryJagged Little Pill; Bedlam’s Sense & Sensibility; The Night of the Iguana; Fingersmith; RoosevElvis; Kansas City Choir Boy; Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812; The Heart of Robin Hood; All the Way; The Glass Menagerie; The Lily’s Revenge; Once. Production Associate: Prometheus Bound; The Blue Flower; Cabaret. Education/Training: Boston University College of Fine Arts (Summa cum laude).

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Rehearsal Assistant Stage Manager

Alex Eberle

Rehearsal Assistant Stage Manager

Alex Eberle

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary, Jagged Little Pill. A.R.T./ArtsEmerson: The White Card. National Tour: Finding Neverland (ASM), Anything Goes (PSM). International Tour: Shrek The Musical (PSM), Beauty and the Beast (PSM). Regional: Roundabout Theatre Company, The Public Theater, The Old Globe, Barrington Stage Company, Triad Stage. Education/Training: BFA, University of North Carolina School of the Arts.

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Assistant Director

Mary McGowan

Assistant Director

Mary McGowan

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary, Executive Assistant to the Artistic Director. Regional: Chautauqua Theater Company, Syracuse Stage, L.A. Theatre Works. Education/Training: Shakespeare’s Globe (2015); BFA, Syracuse University.

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Music Assistant

Matthew Aument

Associate Scenic Designer

Connor Munion

Associate Costume Designer

Daryl Stone

Associate Sound Designer

Sam Lerner

Assistant Lighting Designer

Jessica Elliott

Assistant Projection Designer

Chelsie McPhilimy

Voice and Text Coach

Erika Bailey

Voice and Text Coach

Erika Bailey

A.R.T.: ExtraOrdinary; Jagged Little Pill; WARHOLCAPOTE; Burn All Night; The Night of the Iguana; Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women; Fingersmith; Waitress; In the Body of the World; O.P.C. Broadway: Mary Stuart. Regional: New Electric Ballroom, Gloucester Stage Company; Absurd Person Singular, Nora Theatre Company; Arms and the Man, Guthrie Theatre; A Christmas Carol, McCarter Theatre; The Foreigner, Cabaret, To Kill a Mockingbird, Kansas City Repertory Theatre. Erika also teaches voice in the Theater, Dance & Media concentration at Harvard as well as teaching public speaking skills across the university. Education: MA (Voice Studies), the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, MFA (Acting), Brandeis University.

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Front of House Mixer

Jack O’Brien