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Welcome to The Arboretum Experience! We are thrilled to launch our fall programming with this outdoor experience that has been created through an extraordinary collaboration among artists from Greater Boston and across the country.

This project builds on past collaborations between the A.R.T. and the Arnold Arboretum that most recently included Diana Oh’s Tree Planting Ceremony. As we resume in-person experiences this year, I can think of no more inspiring setting than the magnificent 281 acres of the Arboretum to connect with each other and the natural world. I would like to thank Arnold Arboretum Director Ned Friedman and the Arboretum staff for their partnership on this project, and for so enthusiastically inviting this group of artists to create work that allows us to experience trees, meadows, gardens, streams, and ourselves in new ways.

Centering resilience, healing, wellness, and joy, this project amplifies the A.R.T.’s commitment to public health and the Arboretum’s invitation to access urban greenspace as a fundamental human right. Thank you for joining us for this special outdoor experience, and we look forward to seeing you back in the theater later this fall!

Diane Paulus, A.R.T. Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director

American Repertory Theater
Presents
in collaboration with The Arnold Arboretum

THE ARBORETUM EXPERIENCE

Summer L. Williams

Director

Summer L. Williams

Summer L. Williams (she/her/hers) is an award-winning director and Co-Founder/Associate Artistic Director of Company One Theatre in Boston. Her most recent directing credits include The Arboretum Experience at American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.), Daddy Issues at Salt Lake City Acting Company, New Play Sounding Series, and the Digital World Premiere of Downtown Crossing at Company One Theatre. Up next: sandblasted by Charly Evon Simpson with Vineyard Theatre and WP Theater, Off-Broadway.

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Writer Chair

Kirsten Greenidge

Kirsten Greenidge

Writer Chair

Kirsten Greenidge

Kirsten Greenidge’s (she/her) past A.R.T. credits include Greater Good, a collaboration with Company One Theatre. Greenidge creates work that presents African American experiences on stage by examining the nexus of race, class, and gender. Kirsten is currently a Mellon Fellow/Howlround Artist in Residence at Company One Theatre in Boston Massachusetts, where she helps run Company One’s playwriting program, PlayLab. She is the author of Our Daughters, Like Pillars (upcoming at Huntington Theatre Company); Baltimore, a commission from the Big Ten Consortium at the University of Iowa, which toured to the National Black Theatre Conference; Bud, Not Buddy, an adaptation of the children’s novel by Christopher Paul Curtis, with music by Terence Blanchard (Metro Stage Company in St. Louis); The Luck of the Irish (Huntington Theatre Company; LTC3); and Milk Like Sugar (La Jolla Playhouse; Women’s Project Theater; Playwrights Horizons; Huntington Theatre Company; Lucille Lortel Award nomination; Independent Reviewers of New England, San Diego Critics, and Obie Awards).

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Music Chair

Tim Hall

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Music Chair

Tim Hall

(he/him) A.R.T.: A.R.T. credits include Live @ OBERON with STL GLD, Clairvoyance, and The Wellspring, and he serves as an A.R.T. Trustee. Hall is a musician and performance poet from Detroit, Michigan, now residing in Boston. His poetry draws inspiration from his lived experiences, charting the nuances of Blackness, masculinity, and the beauties of life. He has performed at Boston’s HUBweek, the Museum of Fine Arts, New Orleans Museum of Art, Outside the Box Festival, Bridgin’ Gaps Festival, and many other venues and poetry slam communities around Boston and Greater Boston. As a musician, Hall has shared stages with recording artists such as the Nappy Roots, Carolyn Malachi, Bilal, Chris Turner, and Aloe Blacc. Hall’s work can be experienced through his spoken-word EP, Colors of My Soul, and self-published book, Trust the Process. An assistant professor in Berklee’s Professional Music Department, Hall was nominated for Session Musician of the Year at the Boston Music Awards (2018–2020), received a 2019 Artist Luminary Award from local youth arts non-profit Zumix, and was honored by WBUR’s The Artery as one of 25 millennials of color impacting arts and culture in Boston.

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Choreographer

Jill Johnson

Jill Johnson

Choreographer

Jill Johnson

A.R.T.: In the Body of the WorldCrossing, O.P.C. Director of Dance, Senior Lecturer in Music and Theater, Dance & Media; Artistic Director of the Harvard Dance Project, at Harvard University. Graduate of Canada’s National Ballet School; a 28-year veteran of the dance field, Johnson choreographs for film, television, and the stage; has danced in over 50 tours on 5 continents. Was soloist with the National Ballet of Canada and a principal dancer and researcher in William Forsythe’s company Frankfurt Ballet. Stages Forsythe’s work worldwide, including for Paris Opera Ballet, La Scala, Batsheva Dance Company, Norwegian National Ballet, Netherlands Dance Theater, Boston Ballet, and American Ballet Theater. Is a founding collaborator of The Movement Invention Project in New York, and has served on the faculties of and created choreographic work for Princeton University, Columbia University, the Juilliard School and NYU; and has created 12 new works at Harvard since 2011 including Paper Wing, What Moves You?, and dance installations RE: RE: RE: and LOOK UP. Recent collaborations include those with the Harvard Choruses, Harvard Mahindra Humanities Center, Boston Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, Dries Van Noten/Louvre Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Ryuichi Sakamoto, and Mikhail Baryshnikov.

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Contributing Writers

MJ Kaufman

MJ Kaufman (he/they) is the author of plays produced around the country, as well as in Russia and Australia. Their play Masculinity Max was commissioned by the Public Theater, where it also had a Public Studio production. MJ has held residencies at the MacDowell Colony, New Museum, SPACE on Ryder Farm, and currently, New Dramatists. With Kit Yan and Cece Suazo, they founded Trans Lab Fellowship, a program to support emerging transgender theater artists.

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Contributing Writers

Melinda Lopez

Melinda Lopez (she/ella) is the recipient of the 2019 Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Achievement, recognizing her twenty-year career in theater. She is a multiple-award-winning playwright and performer. Pandemic work includes the audio series Dream Boston and the Zoom play Black Beans Project (co-created with Joel Perez). Plays include: Mala (available on Audible in Spanish and English), Yerma (adaptation), Becoming Cuba, Sonia Flew, and many others. Lopez also performs on stage, radio, and in film.

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Contributing Writers

Sam Marks

(he/him) A.R.T.: The Arboretum Experience. World Premieres include The Delling Shore at the Humana Festival; The Old Masters at Steppenwolf Theatre Company; The Joke (dir. Sam Gold) at Studio Dante; and Cells at the Huntington Summer Workshop. Additional New York productions include Brack’s Last Bachelor Party at 59 E. 59th; Nelson with Partial Comfort Productions, and Craft at The Flea. For TV, Marks completed a pilot for HBO produced by Steve Buscemi, Stanley Tucci, and Wren Arthur’s Olive Productions.

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Contributing Writers

Mwalim *7)

Mwalim *7) (he/him) is a multi-award-winning playwright, composer, and performer. The Arboretum Experience is his first project with A.R.T. In the summer of 2021, his play Listen to Sipu had a sold-out run at Watertown’s New Repertory Theatre. His critically acclaimed first novel, Land of the Black Squirrels, was published in 2020. Mwalim has been the Playwright-In-Residence with New African Company in Boston since 2004, where his projects include the Among Brothers series of plays depicting the history and development of Prince Hall Freemasonry, and a series of works that explore the “Black Indian” experiences in America. A three-time recipient of the Ira Aldridge Fellowship, his plays and performance pieces have been presented throughout the USA, Canada, the Caribbean, and the UK. He is a tenured professor of English and Black Studies at UMass Dartmouth.

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Contributing Writers

Eliana Pipes

Eliana Pipes (she/her) is a playwright and filmmaker. Her play DREAM HOU$E will be produced at the Alliance Theatre through the Kendeda Prize. She’s also the recipient of the Academy Gold Fellowship for Women, the Leah Ryan Fund Prize for Emerging Women Writers, the National Latinx Playwriting Award, and a member of the Dramatist Guild Foundation Fellowship. She holds a BA in English from Columbia University and a MFA in Playwriting from Boston University.

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Movement Artists

Peter Chu

Peter Chu (he/him) began his training as a competitive gymnast, later nurturing his artistry at Dussich Dance Studio and as a BFA student at The Juilliard School (under the direction of Benjamin Harkarvy), where he was awarded the Hector Zaraspe Prize for Choreography. In Los Angeles in 2008, Chu formed a project-based company, chuthis., which combines innovative lighting and sound with live contemporary movement, dedicated in part to providing movement education programs for the next generation of artists.

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Movement Artists

Jerron Herman

Jerron Herman (he/him) is an interdisciplinary artist creating through dance, text, and visual storytelling. Based in New York City, Herman was born and grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he began his career pursuing performance and playwriting. In 2009, he moved to New York City to study Dramatic Writing at the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. Continuing his dream of crafting stories to be performed, he then studied Media, Culture, and the Arts with an emphasis in Art History and Playwriting at The King’s College, from which he graduated in 2013.

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Movement Artists

Nailah Randall-Bellinger

Nailah Randall-Bellinger (she/her) is a dance educator and scholar. For over thirty-five years, she has taught modern and contemporary classes throughout the United States and abroad at national conventions and universities. She has studied, performed, and lectured in Brazil, Ghana, Haiti, the Czech Republic, and Senegal. She has worked with film director and poet S. Pearl Sharp, and performed as a member of Karen McDonald’s New Age Dance Workshop dance company and Jamie Nichols Fast Feet, Inc.

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Movement Artists

Lonnie Anela O’kalani Neff Stanton

Lonnie Anela O’kalani Neff Stanton (she/her) has been committed to dance education with a somatic focus as well as her contemporary performance career since graduating from the Boston Conservatory (’09).  For a decade she worked with Prometheus Dance. In New York City she performed with Kinesis Project Dance Theatre, focusing on site-specific performance. Stanton is passionate about sharing dance in unconventional outdoor spaces where a broad audience can be reached. She currently performs as a freelance dancer with many groups, including Jean Appolon Expressions and Peter DiMuro/PDM. Stanton has created dances for film or public space for the Somerville Arts Council and Neoscape, among many independent musicians and film artists. She is on faculty at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee and The Harvard Dance Center. Bringing dance education into public schools through Notes in Motion, New York City Ballet, and Boston Ballet has been especially rewarding.

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Creative Director, User Experience

Daniel Callahan

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Creative Director, User Experience

Daniel Callahan

Daniel Callahan (he/him) is a multimedia artist, designer, filmmaker, and cultural activist living and practicing in Boston. Merging various disciplines including graphic design, painting, digital photography, film, music, writing, and performance, Callahan seeks to create immersive experiences incorporating story, ritual, and the human form to explore aspects of resilience, reconciliation, and mysticism. Through his multimedia production and design company Create & Record, Daniel also provides marketing and identity assets and services to companies, non-profits, and individuals of color in the Boston Area.

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Access Advisor

Jerron Herman

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Access Advisor

Jerron Herman

Jerron Herman (he/him) is an interdisciplinary artist creating through dance, text, and visual storytelling. Based in New York City, Herman was born and grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he began his career pursuing performance and playwriting. In 2009, he moved to New York City to study Dramatic Writing at the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. Continuing his dream of crafting stories to be performed, he then studied Media, Culture, and the Arts with an emphasis in Art History and Playwriting at The King’s College, from which he graduated in 2013.

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HipStory Crown

Composition & Sound Design

HipStory

HipStory is a collective of artists and media production professionals dedicated to centering marginalized identities in media through music and film by creating art through music and film production, audio and video services, and event curation.

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Composition & Sound Design

Tim Hall

(he/him) A.R.T.: A.R.T. credits include Live @ OBERON with STL GLD, Clairvoyance, and The Wellspring, and he serves as an A.R.T. Trustee. Hall is a musician and performance poet from Detroit, Michigan, now residing in Boston. His poetry draws inspiration from his lived experiences, charting the nuances of Blackness, masculinity, and the beauties of life. He has performed at Boston’s HUBweek, the Museum of Fine Arts, New Orleans Museum of Art, Outside the Box Festival, Bridgin’ Gaps Festival, and many other venues and poetry slam communities around Boston and Greater Boston. As a musician, Hall has shared stages with recording artists such as the Nappy Roots, Carolyn Malachi, Bilal, Chris Turner, and Aloe Blacc. Hall’s work can be experienced through his spoken-word EP, Colors of My Soul, and self-published book, Trust the Process. An assistant professor in Berklee’s Professional Music Department, Hall was nominated for Session Musician of the Year at the Boston Music Awards (2018–2020), received a 2019 Artist Luminary Award from local youth arts non-profit Zumix, and was honored by WBUR’s The Artery as one of 25 millennials of color impacting arts and culture in Boston.

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Composition & Sound Design

Cliff Notez

Cliff Notez is an award-winning multi-digital media artist, musician, organizer, and filmmaker. Their art is a continuous exploration of the black mind. Rooted in hip hop, their art tackles the political and the personal, exploring the intimate consequences of a society where black bodies are easily ignored, forgotten, or disregarded.

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Composition & Sound Design

Erich Haygun

Erich Haygun (he/they/hayyy) is an audio designer, producer, performer, writer and youth arts worker. In addition to serving as Production Manager and Studio Manager for HipStory, Haygun has performed touring and live production duties for clients ranging from The Harlem Globetrotters to Blue Man Group. They are also Program Director for Books Of Hope, a youth writing non-profit based in East Somerville, as well as a National Poetry Slam Champion representing their hometown of Boston.

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Composition & Sound Design

Eric Seligman

Eric Seligman is a multi-instrumentalist and composer based in Cambridge, MA and New York City. He frequently collaborates with Cliff Notez as a trumpet player and orchestrator, and he has opened for artists including Talib Kweli, Ja Rule, and Gym Class Heroes. Eric has released indie-classical and indie-rock music with Baby Cleo, Zamin, Fleur de Lune, Mel Hsu, and others. He teaches about the economics of mass incarceration at John Jay College at the City University of New York.

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Composition & Sound Design

Will Dailey

Will Dailey is an acclaimed independent recording artist, performer and artist advocate. His sound has been described as a venn diagram of multiple genres with a rich vintage vibe channeled through his authentic and energetic performances. All inspiring famed rock journalist Dan Aquilante to call him “the real deal”. Dailey’s albums are met with stellar reviews and have over 12 million spins on Spotify, twice charting on the top 20 of the national Billboard Heat Seeker chart. He is the recipient of 8 Boston Music Awards including Album of the Year, Artist of the Year, and Songwriter of the Year.

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Production Sponsors
The Bob and Alison Murchison New Work Development Fund
Richard K. Lubin Family Foundation
Development Support
Harvard University Committee on the Arts
Opening day at the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University on August 21, 2021.
American Repertory Theater 2021/22 Programming support is provided by Harvard University, The Bob and Alison Murchison New Work Development Fund, The Shubert Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Massachusetts Cultural Council, Bank of America, Barton & Guestier, Meyer Sound, and JetBlue.
A.R.T. 2021/22 Programming is supported in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, which receives support from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
A.R.T. 2021/22 Programming is dedicated to the memory of Karen Mueller in recognition of her many contributions to the theater.

Cast

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Ensemble

Maria Hendricks

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Ensemble

Maria Hendricks

(she/her) A.R.T.: Debut. Most recently honoring her Mashpee Wampanoag Family, originating the role of Sipu in Listen to Sipu,New Repertory Theatre. Off-Broadway: Six Nights in the Black Belt (Ruby Sales), Negro Ensemble Co.; 6 Nights(Church Soloist), Theatre at St. Clements. Regional: Nunsense (Sister Hubert), The Palace Theatre; Dead Man’s Cell Phone (Carlota), Saco River Theatre; Caroline, or Change (Radio 1), Moonbox Productions/BCA; Between Riverside and Crazy (Church Lady), Virginia Repertory Theatre; The Clean House (Matilde) Threshold Stage Company; La Llorona, Fresh Ink Theatre. Upcoming: I Am This Place, Plays in Place/Revolutionary Spaces; Passing Strange, Moonbox Productions.

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Ensemble

Jaime José Hernández

(he/him) A.R.T.: The Arboretum Experience. Theater: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Much Ado About Nothing, Hub Theatre Company of Boston; Romeo & Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Chelsea People, Apollinaire Theatre Company; Vicuña, Zeitgeist Stage Company; SLAM BOSTON, Open Theatre Project.

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Ensemble

Becca A. Lewis

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Ensemble

Becca A. Lewis

(she/her) A.R.T.: The Arboretum Experience. A.R.T./Company One: Greater Good. Local credits: The Book Club Play, Boston Playwrights’ Theatre; The Women Who Mapped the Stars, The Nora/Central Square Theatre; Charlotte’s Web, Wheelock Family Theatre; Revolt. She said. Revolt again., Company One Theatre, (Dig Boston‘s Best Performance); The Strange Undoing of Prudencia Hart, Apollinaire Theatre Company (Elliot Norton Award nomination). Educational: The Pineapple Project, BPL, Children’s Museum, local kindergartens; Cato and Dolly, The Bostonian Society/Plays in Place, Old State House. Audio: Jill Lepore’s podcast The Last Archive; Dream Boston, Huntington Theatre Company.

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Ensemble

Greg Maraio

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Ensemble

Greg Maraio

(he/him) A.R.T.: The Arboretum Experience. Regional: Finish Line, Citi Performing Arts; Significant Other (IRNE nomination), Casa Valentina (IRNE and Elliot Norton nominations), Necessary Monsters, SpeakEasy Stage; The Book Club Play, Brawler (IRNE nomination), Faithless, Boston Playwrights’ Theatre; Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Nora Theatre Company; Wolf Play, Colossal, Splendor, The Good Negro, Mr. Marmalade, The Gibson Girl, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Company One Theatre; Education: BFA, Lesley University.

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Micah Rosegrant

Ensemble

Micah Rosegrant

Micah Rosegrant

Ensemble

Micah Rosegrant

Micah (they/them) is a twink poet who carves queer divinity through breath, word, and movement. They are cousin and learner with all life, glitching their myriad selves to shape change as a spirit guided by relation, a Co-Director at Arts Connect International, and an online avatar @micah_pdf. Previous A.R.T. collaborations include: Creating Equal (Steering Committee); Making Democracy Work with the Harvard Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (Co-Creative Ensemble); Dragon Cycle (Assistant Director); and Clairvoyance (Love Nurse). Photo: Meghan Cronin.

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Ensemble

Sarah Shin

Sarah Shin Headshot

Ensemble

Sarah Shin

(she/her) A.R.T.: The Arboretum Experience (Actor), Clairvoyance (Love Nurse), Moby-Dick (Choreography Assistant). Regional: The Three Musketeers, Greater Boston Stage Co.; Othello, The National Women’s Theatre Festival; Camp Strangewood, Sparkhaven Theatre; Writer’s Retreat, Primetime Theatre. Collegiate: Runaways, Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage, Something Else: A Love Cycle, Our Town (Emily Webb), Boston University. Education/Training: BFA in Theatre Arts, Boston University.

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Ensemble

Shanelle Chloe Villegas

(she/her) A.R.T.: The Arboretum Experience. Regional: Othello (Montano), Actors’ Shakespeare Project; Autumn (Melissa Longley), Shakespeare & Company; Last Catastrophist (Lucia), Fresh Ink Theatre; School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play (Nana; 2020 Elliot Norton Nominee for Best Ensemble), Speakeasy Stage Company; Macbeth (Fleance/Angus), Actors’ Shakespeare Project; Educational: Classic Repertory Company, New Repertory Theatre. Education: BFA in Contemporary Theater, Boston Conservatory at Berklee.

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The Audio Plays

Audio plays Recording Engineer: Erich Haygun
Audio plays Mastering Engineer: Will Dailey

Ramona the Fearless Goes for a Ride, a fairytale
Written by Eliana Pipes, Kirsten Greenidge, and Mwalim*7)
Composer and Sound Designer: Will Dailey
Ramona: Shanelle Villegas
Driver Mel: Sarah Shin
Nana Helen: Maria Hendricks
Xavier: Jaime José Hernández
Amaryllis: Becca Lewis
Pearl: Micah Rosegrant
Flroot: Greg Maraio

Your Fingers Will Reach So Your Voice Can Sing, a proverb
Written by MJ KaufmanEliana Pipes, and Kirsten Greenidge
Sound Designer: Erich Haygun
Composer: Eric Seligman
Ellis: Micah Rosegrant
Julie: Sarah Shin
Rick/Bill: Greg Maraio
Liam/Percy: Jaime José Hernández
Photographer/Binnie: Shanelle Villegas
Robbie: Maria Hendricks

After and Still, a ghost story
Written by Sam Marks, Melinda Lopez, and MJ Kaufman
Composer & Sound Designer: Cliff Notez
Grayson: Jaime José Hernández
J: Micah Rosegrant
Sara: Becca Lewis
Emcee/Robbie: Shanelle Villegas
Cassie/Binnie: Sarah Shin
Reverend/Bill: Greg Maraio
Manny/Percy: Maria Hendricks

In Bloom, a myth
Written by Mwalim *7), Sam Marks, and Melinda Lopez
Sound Design: Erich Haygun
Composer: Eric Seligman
Major: Shanelle Villegas
Percy/Kid/Neighbor Tree 1: Greg Maraio
Robbie/Kid/Neighbor Tree 2: Becca Lewis
Binnie/Missy: Micah Rosegrant
Oscar/Dad/José: Jaime José Hernández
Izzy/Jo/Wren: Maria Hendricks
W.T./Mia: Sarah Shin

The Movement Meditations

Movement Meditation Composer and Sound Designer: Tim Hall
Mastering Engineer: Cliff Notez

Created and narrated by Peter Chu:
Living, Breathing, Being
Breathing
Qi Gong Shaking
Hug a Tree

Created and narrated by Jerron Herman:
The Conference of the Trees
Cockspur Hawthorn
Bald Cypress
Gingko

Created and narrated by Jill Johnson:
Family of Trees
Draw Joy to Sorrow
Joy Dance Party

Created and narrated by Nailah Randall-Bellinger:
Meditating on the Katsura Tree
Togetherness
The Creek by the Dawn Redwood Trees

Created and narrated by Lonnie Anela O’kalani Neff Stanton:
Amongst the Pines
Carry On
Pups & Pollinators

Additional Staff

Accessibility Assistant

Riot Diaz

Additional Script Assistance

Charlotte Weinman

Sculptures Constructed by

Patrick Goodsell

Mariya Sudarska

Audio plays recorded at

The Record Co.

Production Assistant

Connor Riordan

Arsh Sekhon

Audio Recording Support

Michael Policare

A.R.T. Summer Internship Program

Shirley Chen, Harvard College ’22, Dramaturgy
Karina Cowperthwaite, Harvard College ’23, Dramaturgy
Emi Park Cummings, Harvard College ’24, Dramaturgy
Rosalind Delaura, Harvard College ’22, Dramaturgy
Odessa Deng, Harvard College ’23, Marketing
Madison Fabber, Harvard College ’22, Dramaturgy
Michelle Liu, Harvard College ’24, Dramaturgy
Bryce Reynolds, Harvard College ’24, Dramaturgy
Connor Riordan, Harvard College ’23, Producing
Arsh Sekhon, Harvard College ’23, Producing
Eileen Tucci, Harvard College ’24, Marketing
Katarzyna Zarzycka, Harvard College ’22, Dramaturgy

These internships are made possible through support from the Harvard University Office of Career Services.

Special Thanks

Ned Friedman, Amy Heuer, Sheryl White, Michael Dosmann, and the staff of the Arnold Arboretum

Leslie and her team at The Record Co.

Staff & Boards