Into the Woods
by Steven Sondheim and James Lapine
Arkansas Repertory Theatre 2022

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Music Director by Michael Rice

Choreography by Dorse Brown

Scenic and Costume Design by An-Lin Dauber

Lighting Design by Bill Miller

Wig and Makeup Design by MD Hunter

Sound Design by Michael Costagliola

New York Casting by Jason Styres

Arkansas Casting by Felicia Dinwiddie

Production Stage Management by Caroline B. Jackson

Assistant Stage Management by Kelsey Pulzone

Production photos by Stephen B. Thornton

Cast: Monica Clark-Robinson, Erica Durham, William Romain, Mimi Bessette, Jaco Rivera, Jacob Keith-Watson, Ximone Rose, Satia Spencer, Hannah Fairman, Bridget Davis, Shelton Harden, Annslee Clay, Miranda Jane, Karen Q Clark, Aidan O'reilly, Cooper Grodin, Judy Trice, Hannah Gothard, Augustine Nguyen, Ben Grimes, Hannah Hill, Chad Bradford, Frederick Webb and Hillary Rodham Clinton

And Then They Came For Me: Remembering The World of Anne Frank
by James Still
Alabama Shakespeare Festival 2020

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Set & Costumes: An-lin Dauber

Projections & Lights: Ted Boyce-Smith

Sound: Michael Costagliola

Hair supervisor: Angie Wright

Stage Management: Izzy French

Photos: Frank C. Williams

Cast: Vivienne Luthin, Sania Hyatt, George Lamar, Matthew Zimmerman, John Cencio Burgos, Jeremy Sapadin, Kira Player, Andrew Greiche

Boitatá: East Rock Halloween Project
Produced by An-lin Dauber, Addie Gorlin-Han, Ludmila Brito

A socially distanced Trick-or-Treat alternative for all ages: on October 31st 2020, families were invited to experience Boitatá, a Brazilian folktale, as interpreted by various artists across New Haven. Each group was given a garage in East Rock and a portion of the story. Over the course of an hour, audience members were guided on a walk between garages and invited to enjoy the performances from socially distanced viewing spots outside of each garage. 

Garage 1
Garage 1

Directors: Tatyana Marie-Carlo and Aileen Wen McGroddy Performer: Orlando Hernández Scenic Designer: Joo Hyun Kim Stage Management: Avery Trunko Lighting: Andrew F. Griffith Technical Director: Mike Best Produced by: An-lin Dauber, Addie Gorlin-Han, Ludmila Brito

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Garage 2
Garage 2

Director: Addie Gorlin-Han Performers: Ludmila Brito, Daegan Acevedo Puppets and Scenic Design: An-lin Dauber Sound: Frederick Kennedy Stage Management: Avery Trunko Lighting: Andrew F. Griffith Technical Director: Mike Best Produced by: An-lin Dauber, Addie Gorlin-Han, Ludmila Brito

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Garage 1
Garage 1

Directors: Tatyana Marie-Carlo and Aileen Wen McGroddy Performer: Orlando Hernández Scenic Designer: Joo Hyun Kim Stage Management: Avery Trunko Lighting: Andrew F. Griffith Technical Director: Mike Best Produced by: An-lin Dauber, Addie Gorlin-Han, Ludmila Brito

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Video courtesy of Brittany Bland

"the kind of community mindedness that can get us through"- Donald Brown, New Haven Independent

Photos by T. Charles Erickson

"An extraordinarily welcomed treat"- Arturo Pineda, New Haven Arts Council 

"New Haven based artists save Halloween" Eva Zymaris, WTNH

The Song of Summer
by Lauren Yee
Mixed Blood Theatre, Minneapolis 2019

The Song of Summer Scenic & Costume: An-lin Dauber Sound: Scott Edwards Lights: Mary Shabatura Props: Abbee Warmboe Photography: Rich Ryan

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The Song of Summer Scenic & Costume: An-lin Dauber Sound: Scott Edwards Lights: Mary Shabatura Props: Abbee Warmboe Photography: Rich Ryan

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The Song of Summer Scenic & Costume: An-lin Dauber Sound: Scott Edwards Lights: Mary Shabatura Props: Abbee Warmboe Photography: Rich Ryan

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The Song of Summer Scenic & Costume: An-lin Dauber Sound: Scott Edwards Lights: Mary Shabatura Props: Abbee Warmboe Photography: Rich Ryan

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The Good Person of Szechwan
by Bertolt Brecht
Brown/ Trinity MFA Thesis 2019

Scenic: Patrick Lynch, Lights: Stacey Derosier, Costumes: An-Lin Dauber, Sound: Michael Costagliola, Props: Heather Lemos, Dramaturg: Maria Inês Marques, Photos: Mark Turek

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Scenic: Patrick Lynch, Lights: Stacey Derosier, Costumes: An-Lin Dauber, Sound: Michael Costagliola, Props: Heather Lemos, Dramaturg: Maria Inês Marques, Photos: Mark Turek

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Good Person of Szechwan
Good Person of Szechwan

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Scenic: Patrick Lynch, Lights: Stacey Derosier, Costumes: An-Lin Dauber, Sound: Michael Costagliola, Props: Heather Lemos, Dramaturg: Maria Inês Marques, Photos: Mark Turek

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Strange Heart Beating
by Kristin Idaszak
Cloudgate Theatre, Chicago 2019

Photos: 
Austin D. Oie 
Scenic: Angela McIlvain
 Costume: Anna Wooden
Lighting: Kaili Marie Story
Sound: Averi Paulsen
Props Supervisor/Scenic Charge: Nic McNulty

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Photos: 
Austin D. Oie 
Scenic: Angela McIlvain
 Costume: Anna Wooden
Lighting: Kaili Marie Story
Sound: Averi Paulsen
Props Supervisor/Scenic Charge: Nic McNulty

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Photos: 
Austin D. Oie 
Scenic: Angela McIlvain
 Costume: Anna Wooden
Lighting: Kaili Marie Story
Sound: Averi Paulsen
Props Supervisor/Scenic Charge: Nic McNulty

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Photos: 
Austin D. Oie 
Scenic: Angela McIlvain
 Costume: Anna Wooden
Lighting: Kaili Marie Story
Sound: Averi Paulsen
Props Supervisor/Scenic Charge: Nic McNulty

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Next to Normal
by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey
Brown University 2018
Next to Normal- Brown University
Next to Normal- Brown University

Photo by Mark Turek Set- Renée Surprenant Fitzgerald Lights- Matthew Steinberg Choreography- Marielle Burt Sound- Lizzy Callas Props- Michael Dold Costumes- Charlotte Senders Musical Direction- Robert Frost

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Next to Normal- Brown University
Next to Normal- Brown University

Photo by Mark Turek Set- Renée Surprenant Fitzgerald Lights- Matthew Steinberg Choreography- Marielle Burt Sound- Lizzy Callas Props- Michael Dold Costumes- Charlotte Senders Musical Direction- Robert Frost

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Next to Normal- Brown University
Next to Normal- Brown University

Set- Renée Surprenant Fitzgerald Lights- Matthew Steinberg Choreography- Marielle Burt Sound- Lizzy Callas Props- Michael Dold Costumes- Charlotte Senders Musical Direction- Robert Frost

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Next to Normal- Brown University
Next to Normal- Brown University

Photo by Mark Turek Set- Renée Surprenant Fitzgerald Lights- Matthew Steinberg Choreography- Marielle Burt Sound- Lizzy Callas Props- Michael Dold Costumes- Charlotte Senders Musical Direction- Robert Frost

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Eurydice
by Sarah Ruhl
Brown/Trinity MFA 2018

Photo by Mark Turek Set- D'Vaughn Agu Costumes- Kat Jeffery Lights- Jonathan Cottle Sound- Anna Drummond

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Photo by Mark Turek Set- D'Vaughn Agu Costumes- Kat Jeffery Lights- Jonathan Cottle Sound- Anna Drummond

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Photo by Mark Turek Set- D'Vaughn Agu Costumes- Kat Jeffery Lights- Jonathan Cottle Sound- Anna Drummond

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Photo by Mark Turek Set- D'Vaughn Agu Costumes- Kat Jeffery Lights- Jonathan Cottle Sound- Anna Drummond

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A Streetcar Named Desire
by Tennessee Williams
Brown/Trinity MFA Studio Project 2017
Photo by Danielle Perelman
Photo by Danielle Perelman

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Photo by Danielle Perelman
Photo by Danielle Perelman

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Photo by Danielle Perelman
Photo by Danielle Perelman

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Photo by Danielle Perelman
Photo by Danielle Perelman

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Charm by Philip Dawkins
Mixed Blood Theatre 2016

“It is humanity, passion and life that practically radiate from Mixed Blood Theatre’s production of 'Charm.'"  "Gorlin has done such a fine job of ensemble-building..." "...Behavior that registers as authentic and deeply felt..."                                           "Watching the vibrant young actors do their things in “Charm” is exciting..." - Chris Hewitt, Pioneer Press

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"Mixed Blood's production is the first to include five transgender actors in the cast, which lends an air of poignant authenticity to this moving, funny, and at times difficult story." “Addie Gorlin's direction is an exercise in organized chaos...This cast really works well together and have developed an obvious trust in each other." "Kudos once again to Mixed Blood Theater for their fierce dedication to diversity and inclusiveness ..." - Jill Schafer, Cherry and Spoon

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"... Director Addie Gorlin is well aware of these issues, and I’ve known her as an ally to a number of marginalized communities for quite some time. Her direction leads this show the right way, giving us lots to talk about and lots of trans artists to rave about for days... A really nuanced piece of reality that many not in a queer community would be unaware of..." - Cassandra Snow, The Column

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“It is humanity, passion and life that practically radiate from Mixed Blood Theatre’s production of 'Charm.'"  "Gorlin has done such a fine job of ensemble-building..." "...Behavior that registers as authentic and deeply felt..."                                           "Watching the vibrant young actors do their things in “Charm” is exciting..." - Chris Hewitt, Pioneer Press

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Twelfth Night
By William Shakespeare
Brown/Trinity MFA Touring Shakespeare 2017

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*Toured to high schools in R.I.

According to Coyote
According to Coyote

Mixed Blood Theatre Touring Program

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According to Coyote
According to Coyote

Mixed Blood Theatre Touring Program

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Directing at Wayzata High School
Directing at Wayzata High School

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According to Coyote
According to Coyote

Mixed Blood Theatre Touring Program

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Educational Theater

(Mixed Blood, The Children's Theater Company, Wayzata High School, other) 

 

 

I and You by Lauren Gunderson

Phoenix Theater 2015

"A truly terrific job, the performances were nuanced and rich, surprising and moving." - Peter Brosius (Artistic Director of Children's Theater Company)

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"This is no 'high school play.' This is professional production with two of the most talented actors I've seen in the Twin Cities over the past 10 years-who just happen to be teenagers. Honestly, it was hard to believe they were acting at all." - Claire Avitabile (Artistic Director of 20% Theater Company)

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This was the first production where teens were cast and the first production where the races of the characters were switched. A huge confirmation of this story. Thank you and those talented teens! - Lauren Gunderson

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"A truly terrific job, the performances were nuanced and rich, surprising and moving." - Peter Brosius (Artistic Director of Children's Theater Company)

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