Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson
Music and Lyrics by Michael Friedman, Book by Alex Timbers

Direction: Todd Coulter
Musical Direction: Peter de Klerk
Choreography: Todd Coulter and Sarah Gibbons '15
Costume Design: Christine Nilles
Scenography: Jim Thurston
Associate Scenic Design: Christine Nilles
Assistant Scenic Design: Hannah Dhonau '14
Assistant Scenic Design: Jeannely Lopez '16
Scenic Artist: Stephanie Yoon '14
Properties: Lauren Stockless '15
Associate Projection Design: Thomas Lue '16
Associate Light Design: Emily Post '15
Associae Light Design: Victoria Tisdale '15
Technical Direction: John D. Ervin
Stage Management: Madeline Kurtz '14
Assistant Stage Management: Sally Jin '15

February 6-8, 2014 at Strider Theater, Colby College, Waterville, Maine.

Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson opened on Broadway on October 13, 2010 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. To learn more about this popular original rock musical go to Playbill Vault.

Produced by Colby College Department of Theater and Dance.


Spring Dance Concert

Artistic Direction: Amanda Hamp
Costume Design: Christine Nilles
Light Director: Jim Thurston
Light Design: Gregg Carville, Emily Post '15, Jim Thurston
Technical Direction: John D. Ervin
Stage Management: Lauren Stockless '15
Assistant Stage Mananger: Victoria Tisdale '15

April 11-12, 2014 at Strider Theater, Colby College, Waterville, Maine.

The Spring Dance Concert will feature the AGA Collaborative. Choreographers in the collaborative are Gretchen Alterowitz, Alison Bory, and Amanda Hamp. Amanda is the 2013-2014 Faculty Fellow in Theater and Dance at Colby.

Produced by Colby College Department of Theater and Dance.


Current Research: "Innovation and Aesthetic Change in Scenography for
Contemporary Dance"

The digital age continues to revolutionize technology used in rendering more abstract scenographic visions. This intense technological change in turn radically reshapes choreographic possibility and, ultimately, the aesthetic used in creating dance. This aesthetic change is at the core of my research. How is the collaborative relationship changing between designers, choreographers, and performers? How is process, including scenographic process, altering the way these artists conceive of new work? What scenographic potential is now in the hands of the performer?

Curious? See the work of Troika Ranch and Chunky Move.



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