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  • Sullivan, Daniel- SWANLUND CHAIR & PROFESSOR - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws You are here Home People Faculty Biographies Anderson Robert ACTING Sullivan Daniel SWANLUND CHAIR PROFESSOR Daniel Sullivan is a Swanlund Chair and Professor of Theatre Professor Sullivan has directed more than forty productions on Broadway outpacing any living director in addition to scores of productions Off Broadway and at regional theatres throughout the United States From 1981 to 1997 he served as artistic director for the Seattle Repertory Theatre where he became known for his subtle nuanced style as a director As a result of Professor Sullivan s patient dedication the Seattle Rep rose to become a flagship theatre in the United States known as a nurturing laboratory for new work It was within this construct that the Seattle Repertory Theatre received the 1990 Tony Award for Regional Theatre Professor Sullivan serves as a key member of the three leading non profit companies that have theatres in both the Broadway and Off Broadway arenas Manhattan Theatre Club Lincoln Center Theatre and Roundabout Theatre Company He also serves as resident artist for the Off Broadway centric New York Shakespeare Festival Public Theatre for which he frequently directs must see summer productions in Central Park Over the past two decades he has served in a variety of roles for these companies such as associate artist teaching artist associate director associate artistic director and interim artistic director Professor Sullivan was honored with the 2001 Tony Award for his direction of the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize winning Proof by David Auburn He has also been nominated for the Tony Award on six other occasions Productions directed by him have been nominated for more than fifty Tony Awards In two of those instances when

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  • Williams, Michael- LEVEL 21- Lighting - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Join Us Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws Home Programs Acting Undergraduate Acting Graduate Acting Design Tech Management Scenic Design Scenic Technology Costume Design Costume Technology Lighting Design and Technology Sound Design Stage Management Theatre Studies BFA Theatre Studies MA PhD MA in Theatre PhD in Theatre History Faculty Minor in Theatre Program News People Professor and Head Alumni Updates Faculty Biographies Places Theatres Tryon Festival Studio Theatre Foellinger Great Hall Colwell Playhouse Armory Free Theatre Amphitheatre Studio and Shops Scenic and Props Lighting Video Acting Dance Costumes Makeup The City Productions Upcoming Productions Past Productions Armory Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws You are here Home People Faculty Biographies Anderson Robert ACTING Williams Michael LEVEL 21 Lighting Michael Williams KCPA lighting director has been here for the last 17 years Michael has been the primary lighting designer for Dance at Illinois annual Festival Dance concert since coming to Krannert Center Before coming here he served as the master electrician at Cornell University s Theatre Arts Complex where he taught lighting

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  • Killer Joe - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Join Us Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws Home Programs Acting Undergraduate Acting Graduate Acting Design Tech Management Scenic Design Scenic Technology Costume Design Costume Technology Lighting Design and Technology Sound Design Stage Management Theatre Studies BFA Theatre Studies MA PhD MA in Theatre PhD in Theatre History Faculty Minor in Theatre Program News People Professor and Head Alumni Updates Faculty Biographies Places Theatres Tryon Festival Studio Theatre Foellinger Great Hall Colwell Playhouse Armory Free Theatre Amphitheatre Studio and Shops Scenic and Props Lighting Video Acting Dance Costumes Makeup The City Productions Upcoming Productions Past Productions Armory Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws You are here Home Productions Past Productions 2009 2010 Killer Joe Killer Joe By Tracy Letts Thursday Saturday February 11 13 2010 at 7 30pm Wednesday Saturday February 17 20 2010 at 7 30pm Sunday February 21 2010 at 3pm Studio Theatre With bracing physicality and a droll casualness to horrific violence the Smiths open the door of their trailer to Joe Cooper police detective and part time contract killer in their not so cunning plan to make some easy money Chris Smith is drowning in debt because of his drug habit and doesn t need to convince his numbed out father and trashy stepmother that the only way out of trouble is to have his mother killed for the insurance money Of course the family is too poor to pay a retainer so the menacingly forceful Joe suggests that the sexual favors of innocent Dottie will do Jarringly funny and brutal the play unmasks the effects of droning television carnage and

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  • The Crucible - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    Upcoming Productions Past Productions Armory Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Join Us Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws Home Programs Acting Undergraduate Acting Graduate Acting Design Tech Management Scenic Design Scenic Technology Costume Design Costume Technology Lighting Design and Technology Sound Design Stage Management Theatre Studies BFA Theatre Studies MA PhD MA in Theatre PhD in Theatre History Faculty Minor in Theatre Program News People Professor and Head Alumni Updates Faculty Biographies Places Theatres Tryon Festival Studio Theatre Foellinger Great Hall Colwell Playhouse Armory Free Theatre Amphitheatre Studio and Shops Scenic and Props Lighting Video Acting Dance Costumes Makeup The City Productions Upcoming Productions Past Productions Armory Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws You are here Home Productions Past Productions 2009 2010 Killer Joe The Crucible By Arthur Miller Thursday Saturday October 29 31 2009 at 7 30pm Wednesday Saturday November 4 7 2009 at 7 30pm Sunday November 8 2009 at 3pm Studio Theatre In Arthur Miller s Tony Award winning play the Salem witch trials serve as the metaphorical backdrop for this ruthless exposé of power and self interest in its insidious forms accusation confession absolution ritual and compliance The Proctor family bears the burden of the mass hysteria gripping the village when teenage girls report they ve seen various locals in the company of the Devil Although a hunt for the truth allegedly ensues what actually occurs is an exploration of true integrity in the face of prevailing social forces Production Staff Director Robert Anderson Dramaturg Scott Harman Scenic Designer Lino Toyos Costume Designer Su Min

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  • Buried Child - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Join Us Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws Home Programs Acting Undergraduate Acting Graduate Acting Design Tech Management Scenic Design Scenic Technology Costume Design Costume Technology Lighting Design and Technology Sound Design Stage Management Theatre Studies BFA Theatre Studies MA PhD MA in Theatre PhD in Theatre History Faculty Minor in Theatre Program News People Professor and Head Alumni Updates Faculty Biographies Places Theatres Tryon Festival Studio Theatre Foellinger Great Hall Colwell Playhouse Armory Free Theatre Amphitheatre Studio and Shops Scenic and Props Lighting Video Acting Dance Costumes Makeup The City Productions Upcoming Productions Past Productions Armory Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws You are here Home Productions Past Productions 2009 2010 Killer Joe Buried Child By Sam Shepard Thursday Saturday October 8 10 2009 at 7 30pm Wednesday Saturday October 14 17 2009 at 7 30pm Sunday October 18 2009 at 3pm Studio Theatre The American dream turns surreal when Sam Shepard gives us a glimpse into a dilapidated Illinois farm family Vince and his girlfriend Shelly drop by for what they expect will be a warm welcome but instead they re forced to confront a secret that has shriveled Dodge the patriarch into a black humored alcoholic and Halie his wife into a sanctimonious dreamer Inarticulate Tilden who is Vince s father and fails to recognize his own child and aggressive Bradley the other son living at home hilariously yet violently act out their frustrations until Tilden returns from the fallow fields with something he s unearthed and a grim bonding can

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  • He and She - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Join Us Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws Home Programs Acting Undergraduate Acting Graduate Acting Design Tech Management Scenic Design Scenic Technology Costume Design Costume Technology Lighting Design and Technology Sound Design Stage Management Theatre Studies BFA Theatre Studies MA PhD MA in Theatre PhD in Theatre History Faculty Minor in Theatre Program News People Professor and Head Alumni Updates Faculty Biographies Places Theatres Tryon Festival Studio Theatre Foellinger Great Hall Colwell Playhouse Armory Free Theatre Amphitheatre Studio and Shops Scenic and Props Lighting Video Acting Dance Costumes Makeup The City Productions Upcoming Productions Past Productions Armory Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws You are here Home Productions Past Productions 2009 2010 Killer Joe He and She By Rachel Crothers Thursday Saturday April 1 3 2010 at 7 30pm Wednesday Saturday April 7 10 2010 at 7 30pm Sunday April 11 2010 at 3pm Studio Theatre Written in 1911 this pre Nineteenth Amendment inquiry into gender roles family priorities and career goals feels fresh when viewed from our culture steeped in wanting to have it all Ann and Tom are married artists who enter the same distinguished sculpture competition Tom is at first supportive of Ann s work but quickly feels threatened once she wins Should Ann give up her art to keep the peace at home And what of their daughter who s fallen in love with a chauffeur at her boarding school and shows no interest in continuing her studies Who should help her make the right choices and what are they Differing focuses and conflicting responses subtly display the nuances in the struggles we

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  • A History of the American Film - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Join Us Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws Home Programs Acting Undergraduate Acting Graduate Acting Design Tech Management Scenic Design Scenic Technology Costume Design Costume Technology Lighting Design and Technology Sound Design Stage Management Theatre Studies BFA Theatre Studies MA PhD MA in Theatre PhD in Theatre History Faculty Minor in Theatre Program News People Professor and Head Alumni Updates Faculty Biographies Places Theatres Tryon Festival Studio Theatre Foellinger Great Hall Colwell Playhouse Armory Free Theatre Amphitheatre Studio and Shops Scenic and Props Lighting Video Acting Dance Costumes Makeup The City Productions Upcoming Productions Past Productions Armory Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws You are here Home Productions Past Productions 2009 2010 Killer Joe A History of the American Film By Christopher Durang Thursday Saturday March 4 6 2010 at 7 30pm Thursday Saturday March 11 13 2010 at 7 30pm Sunday March 14 2010 at 3pm Colwell Playhouse In a wacky frisky parody of famous American films Loretta Moran an orphan meets Jimmy the gangster and their adventures keep on rolling from the dawn of the silent film era through glitzy musicals to the unbridled patriotism of World War II movies to the magical Golden Era and on to schlocky Hollywood blockbusters Just as the movies do the characters eventually transition to new aspirations shortened attention spans and more more more action Silly original songs and wickedly witty juxtapositions of genres and plot points lead to an unconventional by Hollywood standards movie ending Production Staff Director Tom Mitchell Musical Director Kent Conrad Choreographer Sonia Warfel Scenic Designer Jack Magaw Asst Scenic Designer Jenna

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  • The Marriage of Figaro - Illinois Theatre UIUC
    Armory Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Join Us Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws Home Programs Acting Undergraduate Acting Graduate Acting Design Tech Management Scenic Design Scenic Technology Costume Design Costume Technology Lighting Design and Technology Sound Design Stage Management Theatre Studies BFA Theatre Studies MA PhD MA in Theatre PhD in Theatre History Faculty Minor in Theatre Program News People Professor and Head Alumni Updates Faculty Biographies Places Theatres Tryon Festival Studio Theatre Foellinger Great Hall Colwell Playhouse Armory Free Theatre Amphitheatre Studio and Shops Scenic and Props Lighting Video Acting Dance Costumes Makeup The City Productions Upcoming Productions Past Productions Armory Free Theatre Summer Studio 2012 2013 2011 2012 2010 2011 2009 2010 2008 2009 2007 2008 2006 2007 2005 2006 2004 2005 Apply Contact Us Graduate Undergraduate Policies Bylaws You are here Home Productions Past Productions 2009 2010 Killer Joe The Marriage of Figaro Music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte based on the play by Pierre Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais Thursday Saturday November 12 14 2009 at 7 30pm Sunday November 15 2009 at 3pm Tryon Festival Theatre With its scintillating libretto infectious score and stunning arias The Marriage of Figaro rightfully deserves its place at the forefront of operatic history Premiered in 1786 it remains a timeless endorsement of common sense and forgiveness In the midst of a class struggle servants outwit aristocrats and women outdo men in Mozart s witty upending of social conventions In typical operatic fashion several cases of mistaken identity are resolved humiliation teaches the offenders and good humor restores order Production Staff Conductor Eduardo Diazmunoz Director Brant Pope Choral Master Fred Stoltzfus Opera Manager Thomas Schleis Scenic Designer Jenna

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