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Katie Henoch '13 makes her way onto the big screen

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Go figure: You spend your life on the East Coast, study at UMass Amherst, work in Boston for a while post-graduation, and then make the jump to Los Angeles to get your film and television career...
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Tracking the moving parts: checking in with Lily's Revenge stage manager Jessi Dimmock '18

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

The Lily's Revenge took place in 2 theaters and a lobby, and include a parade and haiku battle that moved entirely outside our space. Keeping all of those elements from collapsing into chaos...
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The Lily's Revenge, a thesis in four parts: Meet lighting designer Tamara Harris

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Our final graduate student spotlight is on Tamara Harris, the lighting designer for The Lily’s Revenge. In previous weeks, interviews with Jen Onopa (the director), Gaven Trinidad (the dramaturg...
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The Lily's Revenge, a thesis in four parts: Meet costume designer Christina Beam

Thursday, April 12, 2018

The next spotlight for The Lily’s Revenge is focused on Christina Beam, the costume designer. This is the third article for this project; for more context on Taylor Mac and The Lily’s Revenge,...
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Nissa Whittle '06 uses theater to communicate in business

Thursday, April 5, 2018

New York City is home to about 8.5 million people. One of those people is Nissa (Perrott) Whittle '06, an entrepreneur, founder of Talkologie, UMass Theater alumna, and Chai Latte Enthusiast.

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The Lily's Revenge, a thesis in four parts: Meet dramaturg and choreographer Gaven D. Trinidad

Thursday, April 5, 2018

For our next segment on the process of creating Taylor Mac’s The Lily’s Revenge in the UMass Department of Theater, I have interviewed Gaven Trinidad – an MFA candidate in dramaturgy. Gaven is the...
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