Shows

New Conservatory Theatre Center v ---

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Playwright Nick Malakhow (pronouns: he/him) is a Colorado-based writer and theater educator. His full-length work includes Affinity Lunch Minutes (2021 O'Neill National Playwrights Conference, Relative Theatrics, the Garden), Seeing Eye (developed with Victory Gardens, Fresh Ink, finalist for the 2019 O'Neill NPC, 2018 LTC/HowlRound Carnaval, and 2020 In-Progress Reading Series at Unicorn Theatre), and Grit (developed with Playhouse on Park, Fuse Theater, Theatre@First, and 2021 Princess Grace Award Finalist).

 

Director Richard A Mosqueda (pronouns: he/she/they) is queer, Mexican-American theater director and producer committed to new works and genre-defying theatrical events by queer artists of color. Richard’s work centers the celebration, reflection, and showcasing of the queer community, with an emphasis on queer, Latine/x stories. Some hallmarks of their work include pared down, ensemble-driven staging featuring live singing, stylized movement, dance, and exciting design accentuation.

 

CREATIVE TEAM

 

Stage Manager... Emma Gifford (pronouns: she/her)
Costume Design... Corrida Godbold (pronouns: she/her)
Production Management & Casting Coordination...Toni Guidry (pronouns: she/her)
Sound Design... Daniel Hall (pronouns: he/him)
Set & Props Design... Micaela Kieko Sinclair (pronouns: she/her)
Dramaturgy... Leigh Rondon-Davis (pronouns: they/them)

Stage Manager... Emma Gifford (pronouns: she/her)

Costume Design... Corrida Godbold (pronouns: she/her)

Production Management...Toni Guidry (pronouns: she/her)

Sound Design... Daniel Hall (pronouns: he/him)

Set & Props Design... Micaela Kieko Sinclair (pronouns: she/her)

Dramaturgy... Leigh Rondon-Davis (pronouns: they/them)




Cast