Friday, February 4, 2011

Nocturne: Production & Design Team

Yesterday marked exactly three weeks until Nocturne officially opens at the Havana. Troy is smack in the middle of learning 80 pages of script and that is no easy feat. Adam Rapp loves his words hence the phrase "prophylactic paraphernalia" just thrown around like common language. And, that is just one example. There are plenty more where that came from. Sound and lighting designs are coming along. So as we gear up for the final push I'd like to introduce to you the rest of the team.

Rebecca Low - Stage Manager

Rebecca is a Stage Manager, Administrator and Director from Southern Alberta. Past Stage Management credits include The Visit (Abbedam), Burn This (Play by Echo) and Bollywood Shenanigans’ I Can’t Believe it’s not Butter Chicken series. Past directing credits include The Skin of Our Teeth (Abbedam), Folktale (NeWorks) and The Lesson (Vancouver International Fringe Festival). She is an international member of the Young Vic’s Genesis Directors Program. She is currently the Interim Office Manager at Pi Theatre.


Jonathan Tsang - Lighting Designer

A native Vancouverite Jonathan is happy to being working on his fourth production with Twenty Something Theatre. Favourite Lighting and Set design credits include Pvt. Wars (UBC 520's); Flu Season (UBC Players Club); Prodigals (Twenty Something Theatre); Dog sees God (Delinquent Theatre); Ferry Tales, Ivor Johnson's Neighbours (Ships Company Theatre); The Rakes Progress (Opera Nova Scotia); the Laramie Project, the Witch of Edmonton, Firefly (Dal Theatre); Orpheus in the Underworld (Dal Opera Workshop).


Kevin McLardy - Sound Designer

Kevin is very happy to be back working with Twenty Something Theatre. A graduate of the Capilano University theatre program Kevin has designed sound and composed for a number of productions including 9 Parts of Desire (Presentation House) SubUrbia, Prodigals, and Blue Surge (Twenty Something Theatre) Poor Superman and Hosanna (Saving Metropolis) Risk Anything (Vancouver Fringe).




Advance single tickets are available at Tickets Tonight or you can purchase a 3-ticket Season Flex Pass at TicketLeap.

See you at the show!

~Sabrina Evertt,
Artistic Producer

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