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This autobiographical musical by Jonathan Larson, the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning composer of RENT, is the story of a composer and the sacrifices that he made to achieve his big break in theatre. Containing fourteen songs, ten characters, three actors and a band, tick, tick...BOOM! takes you on the playwright/composer's journey that led to a Broadway blockbuster.

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Greer Cabaret Theater -Pittsburgh CLO

Directed by Martha Banta

Music Direction by Robert Neumyer

Production Stage Manager: Tim Brady

Lighting Design by Paul Miller

Sound Design by Bob Bollman

Scenic and Props Design by Marty Savolskis

Costume Design by Damian Dominguez

Video Design by Nathan Scheuer

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Producing Assistant

Pittsburgh CLO Summer Series 2023
Producing Assistant

CLO Summer 2023
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Anything Goes

Directed by Ammenah Kaplan

Choreographed by Mara Newbery Greer

Music Direction by James Cunningham

Costume Design by Isabel Rubio

Lighting Design by Paul Miller

Sound Design by Chris Evans

Props Design by Marty Savolskis

Video Design by Brad Peterson

Hair and Makeup Design by Jeff Knaggs

Into the Woods

Directed by Scott Weinstein 

Choreographed by William Carlos Angulo

Music Direction by James Cunningham

Costume Design by Dustin Cross

Lighting Design by Paul Miller

Sound Design by Chris Evans

Props Design by Marty Savolskis

Puppet Design by Lisa Leinbering

Hair and Makeup Design by Jeff Knaggs

The Sound of Music 

Directed & Choreographed by Marc Robin

Music Direction by Thom Culcasi

Costume Designer by Theresa Ham

Lighting Design by Paul Miller

Scenic Design by Kenneth Foy

Sound Design by Chris Evans

Props Design by Marty Savolskis

Video Design by Brad Peterson

Hair and Makeup Design by Jeff Knaggs

Once on This Island

Directed & Choreographed by Gerry McIntyre

Music Direction by James Cunningham

Costume Design by Yoon Bae

Lighting Design by Paul Miller

Sound Design by Chris Evans

Props Design by Marty Savolskis

Video Design by Brad Peterson

Hair and Makeup Design by Destinee Steele

Guys & Dolls

Directed by Darren Lee

Choreographed by Mark Esposito

Music Direction by James Cunningham

Lighting Design by Paul Miller

Sound Design by Chris Evans

Props Design by Marty Savolskis

Video Design by Bryce Cutler

Hair and Makeup Design by Jeff Knaggs

Great Comet of 1812

Directed by Dontee Keihn

Choreographed by Charlie Sutton

Music Direction by James Cunningham

Lighting Design by Paul Miller

Costume Design by Christine Meyers

Sound Design by Chris Evans

Props Design by Marty Savolskis

Video Design by Akhila Krishnan

Hair and Makeup Design by Destinee Steele

CLO Summer 2022 Season

Pittsburgh CLO Summer Season 2022
Casting/Producing Assistant

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The Drowsy Chaperone 

Directed and Choreographed by Josh Rhodes

Associate Direction & Choreography by Lee Wilkins & Emilie Renier

Music Direction by James Cunningham

Costume Design by Isabel Rubio

Lighting Design by Paul Miller

Sound Design by Chris Evans

Props Design by Marty Savolskis

Hair and Makeup Design by Jeff Knaggs

Stage Management Assistant

Godspell 

Directed by Gabe Barre

Choreographed by Jon Run

Associate Choreography by Brianna Mercado

Music Direction by Keith Levenson

Costume Design by Vanessa Leduck

Video Design by Joe Spinogatti

Puppet Design by Lisa Libeling

Scenic Design by Britton Mauk

Script Supervisor, Stage Management Assistant

Kinky Boots 

Directed by Gerry McIntyre

Associate Direction by Sara Andreas

Music Direction by James Cunningham

Costume Design by Dustin Cross

Props Design by Nick Doyle

Scenic Design by Tim Mackabee

Hair and Makeup Design by Jeff Knaggs

Sister Act

Directed by Ameenah Kaplan

Choreography by Robie Roby

Music Direction by Arri Lawton

Lighting Design by Paul Miller

Sound Design by Chris Evans

Props Design by Marty Savolskis

Hair/Makeup Design by Destinee Steele

A Chorus Line

Directed by Baayork Lee

Associate Direction by Matthew Couvullon

Music Direction by James Cunningham

Costume Design by Michael McDonald

Lighting Design by Paul Miller

Sound Design by Chris Evans

Props Design by Noah Glaister

Stage Management Assistant

The Twenty Sided Tavern
Script Supervisor, PA

Twenty Sided Tavern

Inspired by the world created by Dungeons and Dragons, this is a High Fantasy Interactive Quest driven and controlled by Twenty-First Century gaming enthusiasts let loose in the one place that can handle them, a famous theatre in Pittsburgh. Using Gamiotics, a ground-breaking software designed for audience interaction. The audience chooses the characters. The audience chooses the paths those characters will travel. The audience chooses the outcome of the characters journeys. The audience chooses the ending of the tale. From their phones. The evening's heroes begin in a tavern, down on their luck and hungry for a new journey. Adventure strikes when they are summoned to the nearby town of Crochanvale to help oversee the mysterious Ritual of the Crystal Cauldron. The success of the ritual will ensure the safety of the region for the next 99 years, but there are those would rather see the world fall into chaos. The heroes, and the audience, must solve riddles, overcome physical challenges, and interact with a whole host of outlandish NPCs (Nonplayer Characters) in order to gather the necessary ingredients. But who they meet, where they succeed, and how accurately they complete the ritual will determine a unique ending to the audience-driven story and fate of the very land in which they live, EVERY NIGHT.

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Greer Cabaret Theater -Pittsburgh CLO

Written and Created by David Andrew Laws, Sarah Reynolds, and David Carpenter

Directed by Nick O'Leary

Production Design by Caite Hevner

Prop and Costume Design by Katie McGeorge

Game Design is by Sarah Reynolds

Players: Alex Abney, Aubrey Lace Taylor, DAGL, Eryn Barnes, Jack Corcoran,

Madelyn Murphy, Mateo Ervin, R. Alex Murray, Sarah Reynolds, Travis Klemm, and Yordy Rosso

The Kings of Delancey Lane
Writer,  Director, Sound Designer, Props Designer

Kings of Delancey Lane

An original 2 act jukebox musical that follows the lives of 4 life long friends in their final semester of college.  With themes of love, loss, the value of friendship and and the multitude of truth.  Produced by Bridges Theatre Company in the Rauh Theatre at the Pittsburgh Playhouse.  

Pittsburgh Playhouse - Bridges Theatre Company

Written and Directed by Anna Hanson

Music Arrangements by Tianna Davis, Josh Fried, Tim Van Bloem

Associate Direction and Dramaturgy by Emmy Masteller

Music Direction by Josh Fried

Choreographed by Emily Carpenter, Will Cobb, Austin Schulte, Jesse Chovanec, Sophie McClung

Lighting Design by Sam Crowe

Scenic Design by Noah Glaister

Costume Design by Christen Krasch

Sound Design by Anna Hanson

Intimacy Choreography by Bri Fallahee

Stage Manager: Teagan DeGroen

Produced by Jeramie Welch and Bridges Theatre Company

CLO Summer Under the Stars
Production Assistant

CLO Summer Under the Stars

Through an incredible, first-ever partnership with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the CLO had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create musical theater under the stars at Heinz Field! 

 

Wizard of Oz

This beloved tale, in which a Kansas farm girl travels over the rainbow to discover the magical power of home, has been entertaining audiences for generations. 

75th Anniversary: A Broadway Musical Celebration

Guest stars, celebrities, and some famous Pittsburgh CLO alumni will recreate some unforgettable CLO musical memories. Including AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, IN THE HEIGHTS, HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL, JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, A CHORUS LINE, CHICAGO, ON YOUR FEET!, RENT, THE STUDENT PRINCE, a special salute to Rodgers & Hammerstein and more.

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Pittsburgh CLO

Directed by Glenn Casale (Wizard of Oz)

Directed by Baayork Lee (75th Anniversary Celebration)

Choreographed by Gerry McIntrye

Musical Direction by James Cunningham

Lighting Design by Andrew Giffin

Sound Design by Chris Evans

Video Design by Joe Spinogatti

Wardrobe Supervisor: Kathie Sullivan

Stage Manager: Heather Ankley

The Current War
Assistant Sound Designer, A2 

Current War

The Current War tells the story of the rivalry between Pittsburgh’s own George Westinghouse and Thomas Edison at the dawn of the 20th century. With a turn-of-the-last-century aesthetic, this world premiere musical makes the metaphorical boxing ring battle between Westinghouse and Edison literal and electrified.

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Quantum Theater

Book, Music, and Lyrics by Michael Mitnick
Directed by Tomé Cousin
Music Direction by Douglas Levine

Senic Design by Tony Ferrieri

Costume Design by Karen Gilmer

Lighting Design by C Todd Brown

Sound Design by Shapi Shapiro

Puppet Design by Nick Lebanese

Raymond Laine Memorial One Acts Festeval

One Acts

Don't Speak by Emily Stofan
Director, Sound Designer, Video Designer, Costume Designer

Letters of a Lifetime
Director, Playwright,  Editor, Sound Designer

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