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Originally from Indiana, Allyson Beheler has traveled the nation working in stage, production, and company management for Ball State University, Cincinnati Opera, Pioneer Playhouse, Blue Goose Theatre Company, Merrimack Repertory Theatre, and in association with Steppenwolf/Stage 773, and Drury Lane Theatre/Stage 773. She has also worked as a carpenter/rigger with Des Moines Metro Opera, Ball […]
Todd Burgun’s very first job in the industry was in 1986 for the Liberty Weekend Opening Ceremonies Celebration on Governors Island, New York. Since then, he has worked on numerous shows and in several roles in theatre production. He has worked in the regional theatre circuit and in the commercial theatre world. From Scenic Fabricator […]
“For me, acting and theatre are the effortless blending of deep and varied technical skills and process, with shape, specificity, and form. It is about finding the truest expression and awareness of who you are as a human being—your thoughts, flaws, sense of humor—facing that head on, and then exposing that, openly, with your collaborators. […]
Brian Dudley is a teaching artist and arts administrator specializing in arts integration, youth development, and theatre education. At BU, he serves as academic advisor to all School of Theatre undergraduates, working with them to coordinate and understand degree requirements and course registration, study abroad, extracurricular opportunities, and more. He organizes messaging, materials, and training […]
Originally from Westfield, Massachusetts, Olivia Dumaine is a graduate of the BFA Theatre Performance program at Salem State University, with minors in both Psychology and Dramatic Literature. Some of her recent acting credits include: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (Apollinaire Theatre Company), Macbeth (Underlings Theatre Company), Henry IV (Praxis Stage), Three Sisters (Apollinaire Theatre Company), and What Rough Beast (Underlings Theatre Company). […]
Adam Mohammed Kassim (he/him/his) is a theatre director, educator, and arts leader. He has a love for new play development and a passion for exploring stories that bravely investigate the messiness of the human condition. Adam has worked with numerous theatre companies in the Boston area, including New Repertory Theatre, SpeakEasy Stage, Company One, and […]
Johnny Kontogiannis is a member of IATSE Local 353. Production Management: Broadway productions of Bombay Dreams, Hairspray,42nd Street, Anna in the Tropics, Enchanted April, Into The Woods, and Urinetown; National Touring Productions of Urinetown, Hairspray, and Blast!. Stagehand: Broadway productions of Hairspray, The Color Purple, Caroline or Change, Good Vibrations, Sweeney Todd,Assassins, Pacific Overtures, A Streetcar Named Desire, and The Threepenny Opera. Johnny was previously the scene shop supervisor at Ithaca College.
Susan E. Mickey is an accomplished costume designer and educator with a career in theatre, film, television and academia. Her costume design for The Marriage of Figaro opened the 2016 season at Lyric Opera Chicago. She is the winner of a Carbonell Award for Don’t Stop the Carnival, three Joseph Jefferson Awards for School For Lies, The Madness […]
Penney Pinette grew up in the untamed woods of Maine where she spent hours studying the shapes and colors in nature. Creating clothes for leading ladies, starlets, ingénues, and dancers yielded an understanding of how to make flattering forms functional. As a Boston-based designer focusing in dance and theatre, she enjoyed employment as a draper […]