May 2016 - Updates
Sunday, May 1, 2016
Sunday, May 1, 2016
What are you doing this summer? Send us your updates so we can include them in the next Stages issue! Cool projects, babies, new jobs, awesome honors — we'd love to brag about all you amazing people are accomplishing. Send Us Updates!
Here's what's some folks are up to:
Sound design professor Amy Altadonna opened a show in May called Cal in Camo, at Rattlestick. She is collaborating on it with her artistic team at Colt Coeur. At Shakespeare & Co. she will be designing Or, by erstwhile Play Lab resident playwright Liz Duffy Adams, Ugly Lies the Bone, and The Taming. She will also design Dear Elizabeth at Dorset Theater Festival, and Peter and the Starcatcher at Perseverance Theater in Juneau, Alaska.
Rob Corddry '93 shares the screen with Dwayne Johnson for season 2 of HBO's Ballers. Rob's long-time Emmy-winning series, Childrens Hospital, ended its run this spring, and WIRED Magazine published an oral history of the show's inception and run. http://www.wired.com/2016/04/childrens-hospital-oral-history/
Alumna Jane Cox received the Ruth Morley Design Award from the League of Professional Theatre Women for this season’s The Color Purple and Noises Off on Broadway.
Lucinda Kidder '03G's Silverthorne Theater Company has announced its 2016 season: http://www.silverthornetheater.org/
Undergraduate student Billy Luce Jr. is off to the Williamstown Theatre Festival, where he'll be an acting apprentice.
Professor Gina Kaufman will direct Steven Dietz's Yankee Tavern at Sam Rush '97G's New Century Theatre this summer. Grad student Corinne Miller will be her assistant and undergrad alumna Adrienne Paquin will be in the cast.
Kym Moore '92G sent us an email about CoLAB, a collaborative arts program that's a join effort of Brown University, where she teaches, and the nearby Rhode Island School of Design. She is the co-Creative Director for the interdisciplinary art program, which aims to engage artists and scholars in a variety of media in creating new work.
Undergraduate student Jasmeet Singh will be in Northampton — Shakespeare in Look Park is mounting a performance of Hamlet this year, and Jasmeet will be in the cast.