Seize the King

Hertz Stage
Recommended for ages 14 and up.

By Will Power
Directed by Michael John Garcés

With his country’s throne empty, Richard knocks down threats to his ascension, fueling his insatiable ambition and paranoia. Even if he can be stopped — who can ensure a tyrant won’t rise in his place? Award-winning playwright Will Power delivers a propulsive and timely modern reinterpretation of Shakespeare’s Richard III that the San Diego City Beat described as “a sharp, lyrical script that blurs the line between the past and the present, while positing that ambition and depravity are not the province of merely one king, one country or one moment in time.”

Special Events

  • College Night: Seize the King

    Fri, Mar 6
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    Remix: College Night 

    Friday, March 6, 2020 

    The Alliance is hosting a college night on March 6th in conjunction with the presentation of the play Seize the King

    Join us for a post-show Q&A with playwright and Spelman Associate Professor Will Power and performances by artists from Emory University, Kennesaw State University, Oglethorpe University, and Spelman College.

    After Seize the King, students from across Atlanta take the Hertz stage to present a showcase of original work inspired by Shakespearean texts. Drawing on their studies of Shakespeare and art, they remix the work of “the bard” with their own unique voices and contemporary forms of language, sounds, dance, and media.  

    Tickets required. Student tickets $15, includes pizza

    Tickets Here

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The Alliance Theatre's Hertz Stage is a modern, 200-seat Black Box theatre. This versatile facility accommodates a number of distinct stage layouts.

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Cast

WIGASI BRANT (Actor 2, U/S Actor 1) For: Janet Lee Preston, Antoinette Baskerville, Margo Moorer, Lynn Stallings, Lisa Gaye Dixon, Lisa Watson, Jody Feldman, Brenda Pauley, Donna Preston, Janell Industrious, Jacquelyn Paige, Carolyn Holt, Dean Bradley, Ethel Rakes, Annette Smith, Mawu Olumoroti, Rozell Green, Cynthia Barker, Phillis Thomas, Andrea Chambers, Angela Thornton, Colleen Madden, Joy Purvis, Xiomara Gumbs, Jessica Lanius, Iris Seda, Betty Clark, Marva Lewis, Crystal Dickinson, Deborah Smith, Brenda Devita, Elizabeth Thompson, Carla Smith, Booker,Tinashe Kajese, Bolden, Latrelle Bright, Marion Wright, Cassandra Cushman, Tanisha Pyron, Sarah Ruggles, Jade Lambert, Smith, Monique Franklin, Karen Carter, Althea Williams, Carey Cannon, Rosa Jackson, Hershey Milner, Shontina Vernon, Gloria Bigelow, Dalila Ali, Rajah, Ruby Byrom, Jasmine Guy, Rhavynn Drummer, Shay Griffin, Lisa Fincannon, Jen Kelley, Rita Harrell, Osizwe EyiDiYiYe, Deb Staples, Eria Yancy, Whitney Houston. 

Wigasi Brant
Wigasi Brant
Actor 2, U / S Actor 1

WIGASI BRANT (Actor 2, U/S Actor 1) For: Janet Lee Preston, Antoinette Baskerville, Margo Moorer, Lynn Stallings, Lisa Gaye Dixon, Lisa Watson, Jody Feldman, Brenda Pauley, Donna Preston, Janell Industrious, Jacquelyn Paige, Carolyn Holt, Dean Bradley, Ethel Rakes, Annette Smith, Mawu Olumoroti, Rozell Green, Cynthia Barker, Phillis Thomas, Andrea Chambers, Angela Thornton, Colleen Madden, Joy Purvis, Xiomara Gumbs, Jessica Lanius, Iris Seda, Betty Clark, Marva Lewis, Crystal Dickinson, Deborah Smith, Brenda Devita, Elizabeth Thompson, Carla Smith, Booker,Tinashe Kajese, Bolden, Latrelle Bright, Marion Wright, Cassandra Cushman, Tanisha Pyron, Sarah Ruggles, Jade Lambert, Smith, Monique Franklin, Karen Carter, Althea Williams, Carey Cannon, Rosa Jackson, Hershey Milner, Shontina Vernon, Gloria Bigelow, Dalila Ali, Rajah, Ruby Byrom, Jasmine Guy, Rhavynn Drummer, Shay Griffin, Lisa Fincannon, Jen Kelley, Rita Harrell, Osizwe EyiDiYiYe, Deb Staples, Eria Yancy, Whitney Houston. 

ALEX DAUPHIN (U/S Actor 3) is thrilled to make her Alliance Theatre debut. Recent credits: A Christmas Carol, The Wolves (TheatreSquared); The Pulse Project (Steppenwolf Theatre); An Octoroon (Definition Theatre Company); The Light (The New Colony); Clearing (Commission Theatre); Othello (Invictus Theatre); For the Love Of (Pride Films & Plays), and numerous improv and sketch shows at The Second City. TV: “Chicago Med” and “FOBia.” Alex is a graduate of Princeton University and The ACADEMY at Black Box Acting. Many thanks to God, family and friends for their unwavering support. 

Alex Dauphin
Alex Dauphin
U / S Actor 3

ALEX DAUPHIN (U/S Actor 3) is thrilled to make her Alliance Theatre debut. Recent credits: A Christmas Carol, The Wolves (TheatreSquared); The Pulse Project (Steppenwolf Theatre); An Octoroon (Definition Theatre Company); The Light (The New Colony); Clearing (Commission Theatre); Othello (Invictus Theatre); For the Love Of (Pride Films & Plays), and numerous improv and sketch shows at The Second City. TV: “Chicago Med” and “FOBia.” Alex is a graduate of Princeton University and The ACADEMY at Black Box Acting. Many thanks to God, family and friends for their unwavering support. 

SHAKIRAH DEMEISER (Actor 4) is a NYC actress and comedy writer now based in Atlanta and is excited to be back at the Alliance making her third debut. Previously: Nick’s Flamingo Grill and Angry, Raucous and Shamelessly Gorgeous. You might also find her on TV/Film: “Cobra Kai.” “American Soul.” “Watchmen” and CW’s “Legacies.” Currently she writes, directs and acts with an all Black sketch comedy group based in Atlanta: @ PlayCousinsComedy. Thanks for reading and enjoy the show! 

Shakirah Demesier
Shakirah Demesier
Actor 4

SHAKIRAH DEMEISER (Actor 4) is a NYC actress and comedy writer now based in Atlanta and is excited to be back at the Alliance making her third debut. Previously: Nick’s Flamingo Grill and Angry, Raucous and Shamelessly Gorgeous. You might also find her on TV/Film: “Cobra Kai.” “American Soul.” “Watchmen” and CW’s “Legacies.” Currently she writes, directs and acts with an all Black sketch comedy group based in Atlanta: @ PlayCousinsComedy. Thanks for reading and enjoy the show! 

ALLAN EDWARDS (Actor 5) Recent credits: The Laramie Project, Our Town, Pitmen Painters (Theatrical Outfit); The Cake, Waffle Palace, Citizen’s Market, City of Conversation, Grand Concourse (Horizon Theater); Hand to God, Shakespeare in Love (Alliance Theatre); The Seagull, A Walk in the Woods (Serenbe Playhouse); Anne Boleyn (Synchronicity). TV/Film: “Ozark,” “Miracle Workers,” “Good Girls,” “Satisfaction,” “Resurrection,” “Vice Principals,” “Being Mary Jane,” “Dawson’s Creek,” Killing Reagan, When Love Kills. M.F.A. University of Louisville. Proud member AEA, SAG/AFTRA. 

Allan Edwards
Allan Edwards
Actor 5

ALLAN EDWARDS (Actor 5) Recent credits: The Laramie Project, Our Town, Pitmen Painters (Theatrical Outfit); The Cake, Waffle Palace, Citizen’s Market, City of Conversation, Grand Concourse (Horizon Theater); Hand to God, Shakespeare in Love (Alliance Theatre); The Seagull, A Walk in the Woods (Serenbe Playhouse); Anne Boleyn (Synchronicity). TV/Film: “Ozark,” “Miracle Workers,” “Good Girls,” “Satisfaction,” “Resurrection,” “Vice Principals,” “Being Mary Jane,” “Dawson’s Creek,” Killing Reagan, When Love Kills. M.F.A. University of Louisville. Proud member AEA, SAG/AFTRA. 

CHRISTOPHER HAMPTON (U/S Actor 2) ) is honored to join the Alliance theatre again! Christopher has performed on many stages locally and nationally. In Atlanta, he has been seen at Theatre Buford, 7 Stages, Horizon, Theater Emory, and the Aurora among others. He is thankful to his family and friends for their unending support, and his fiance for enhancing his life. Christopher is a mainstage company member and instructor at Whole World Improv Theater, and will be seen in the upcoming Jon Stewart film Irresistible

Christopher Hampton
Christopher Hampton
U / S Actor 2

CHRISTOPHER HAMPTON (U/S Actor 2) ) is honored to join the Alliance theatre again! Christopher has performed on many stages locally and nationally. In Atlanta, he has been seen at Theatre Buford, 7 Stages, Horizon, Theater Emory, and the Aurora among others. He is thankful to his family and friends for their unending support, and his fiance for enhancing his life. Christopher is a mainstage company member and instructor at Whole World Improv Theater, and will be seen in the upcoming Jon Stewart film Irresistible

ALEXIS HUDSON (U/S Actor 4) is thrilled to work with the company of Seize the King. Recent credits include: Two Trains Running (Triad Stage; Pippin (Nevada Conservatory Theatre); Brutus in Julius Caesar (Nevada Conservatory Theatre); HAIR! (Majestic Repertory Theatre); and Disgraced (Cockroach Theatre). 

Alexis Hudson
Alexis Hudson
U / S Actor 4

ALEXIS HUDSON (U/S Actor 4) is thrilled to work with the company of Seize the King. Recent credits include: Two Trains Running (Triad Stage; Pippin (Nevada Conservatory Theatre); Brutus in Julius Caesar (Nevada Conservatory Theatre); HAIR! (Majestic Repertory Theatre); and Disgraced (Cockroach Theatre). 

TANGELA LARGE (Actor 3) is grateful to make her acting debut at the Alliance! TV/Film: “P-Valley” (Starz). Directing: 4 Little Girls (Alabama Shakespeare Festival). Theatre: Paradise Blue (True Colors); Blood Wedding (#thewilliamsproject); Leaving Eden, Mr. Joy, Detroit ‘67 (Playmakers); Mr. Joy at ArtsEmerson (IRNE award for Best Solo Performance); The Taming (Shakespeare and Co.); Intimate Apparel, Comedy of Errors, Clybourne Park (Chautauqua); Serial Black Face (Long Wharf); Mr. Joy (City Theatre), Orpheus Descending, Richard III (Intiman); pen/ man/ship (Magic); Vanya, Sonia, Masha, & Spike (Trinity). M.F.A. in Acting from Brown University, and B.A. from the University of West Georgia. 

Tangela Large
Tangela Large
Actor 3

TANGELA LARGE (Actor 3) is grateful to make her acting debut at the Alliance! TV/Film: “P-Valley” (Starz). Directing: 4 Little Girls (Alabama Shakespeare Festival). Theatre: Paradise Blue (True Colors); Blood Wedding (#thewilliamsproject); Leaving Eden, Mr. Joy, Detroit ‘67 (Playmakers); Mr. Joy at ArtsEmerson (IRNE award for Best Solo Performance); The Taming (Shakespeare and Co.); Intimate Apparel, Comedy of Errors, Clybourne Park (Chautauqua); Serial Black Face (Long Wharf); Mr. Joy (City Theatre), Orpheus Descending, Richard III (Intiman); pen/ man/ship (Magic); Vanya, Sonia, Masha, & Spike (Trinity). M.F.A. in Acting from Brown University, and B.A. from the University of West Georgia. 

KEVIN ROOST (U/S Actor 5) is making his Alliance Theatre debut with Seize the King! Romeo and Juliet, Two Noble Kinsmen, A Midsummer Night’s DreamCymbeline, The Tempest, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Pericles (Atlanta Shakespeare Company), Bad Egg (The Tank, Residency Project), Memory Home (HB Studios, Residency Project), Just Another Play About Rainbows (Havoc Movement Company), All For One (Busch Gardens). Director of Education and Casting at Havoc Movement Company, havocmovement.com. Let’s Play! 

Kevin Roost
Kevin Roost
U / S Actor 5

KEVIN ROOST (U/S Actor 5) is making his Alliance Theatre debut with Seize the King! Romeo and Juliet, Two Noble Kinsmen, A Midsummer Night’s DreamCymbeline, The Tempest, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Pericles (Atlanta Shakespeare Company), Bad Egg (The Tank, Residency Project), Memory Home (HB Studios, Residency Project), Just Another Play About Rainbows (Havoc Movement Company), All For One (Busch Gardens). Director of Education and Casting at Havoc Movement Company, havocmovement.com. Let’s Play! 

TRAVIS TURNER (Actor 1) returns to the Alliance after appearing in Goodnight, Tyler and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Previously: Bernhardt/ Hamlet, The Upstairs Concierge, and Twist Your Dickens (Goodman Theatre); The Flick (Steppenwolf); The Adventures of Augie March (Court Theatre); East Texas Hot Links (True Colors Theatre Company); Macbeth (Denver Center Theatre Company); Bootycandy (Windy City Playhouse); We Are Proud to Present... (Victory Gardens); The Art of Falling (The Second City/ Hubbard St. Dance); The Mystery of Love and Sex (Writer’s Theatre); and Thaddeus and Slocum (Lookingglass Theatre Company). He is a graduate of Northwestern University and North Atlanta High School. 

Travis Turner
Travis Turner
Actor 1

TRAVIS TURNER (Actor 1) returns to the Alliance after appearing in Goodnight, Tyler and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Previously: Bernhardt/ Hamlet, The Upstairs Concierge, and Twist Your Dickens (Goodman Theatre); The Flick (Steppenwolf); The Adventures of Augie March (Court Theatre); East Texas Hot Links (True Colors Theatre Company); Macbeth (Denver Center Theatre Company); Bootycandy (Windy City Playhouse); We Are Proud to Present... (Victory Gardens); The Art of Falling (The Second City/ Hubbard St. Dance); The Mystery of Love and Sex (Writer’s Theatre); and Thaddeus and Slocum (Lookingglass Theatre Company). He is a graduate of Northwestern University and North Atlanta High School. 

Creative

NEPHELIE ANDONYADIS (Scenic Designer) is a scenic and costume designer based in Washington DC and in Southern California whose recent projects include The Occupant (Theater J), As You Like It (Public Works/Seattle Rep), The Tempest (Pittsburgh Public Theater), Topdog/Underdog (WSC Avant Bard), Winnie the Pooh (Adventure Theatre), The Children (Studio Theatre), Lost in the Stars (SITI Company), Pilgrims Musa and Sheri... (Mosaic Theater) and The Juliet Letters (Urban Arias). With Cornerstone Theater Company, where she is an ensemble member, Nephelie has worked in collaboration with communities across California and beyond on A Jordan Downs Illumination, The Cardinal, Magic Fruit, Jason in Eureka, Café Vida and others. Her designs have been seen at South Coast Repertory, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Playmakers Repertory, Center Theatre Group, and many others. Nephelie has been a professor at the University of Michigan and the University of Redlands. BS from Cornell University’s School of Architecture. M.F.A. from Yale School of Drama. NEA/TCG Design Fellowship. 

Nephelie Andonyadis
Nephelie Andonyadis
Scenic Designer

NEPHELIE ANDONYADIS (Scenic Designer) is a scenic and costume designer based in Washington DC and in Southern California whose recent projects include The Occupant (Theater J), As You Like It (Public Works/Seattle Rep), The Tempest (Pittsburgh Public Theater), Topdog/Underdog (WSC Avant Bard), Winnie the Pooh (Adventure Theatre), The Children (Studio Theatre), Lost in the Stars (SITI Company), Pilgrims Musa and Sheri... (Mosaic Theater) and The Juliet Letters (Urban Arias). With Cornerstone Theater Company, where she is an ensemble member, Nephelie has worked in collaboration with communities across California and beyond on A Jordan Downs Illumination, The Cardinal, Magic Fruit, Jason in Eureka, Café Vida and others. Her designs have been seen at South Coast Repertory, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Playmakers Repertory, Center Theatre Group, and many others. Nephelie has been a professor at the University of Michigan and the University of Redlands. BS from Cornell University’s School of Architecture. M.F.A. from Yale School of Drama. NEA/TCG Design Fellowship. 

SARITA FELLOWS (Costume Designer) is thrilled to make her Alliance debut. Her selected credits include A Bright Room Called Day (The Public Theater); Native Son (The Acting Co); Original Sound (Cherry Lane Theater); Hatef**k (The Women’s Project); Macbeth, The Winter’s Tale, Measure for Measure (The Classical Theatre); A Chronicle of the Death of Two Worlds, (New York Theater Workshop); Fur, MUD, Prospect, Fabuloso! (The Boundless Theater Co). Her regional credits include Top Girls, Her Portmanteau (A.C.T); The Royale (Arizona Theater Co); Ain’t Misbehavin’ (The Signature Theatre); Pipeline (Studio Theatre); The African School Girl Play (Pittsburgh Public Theater); Haunted Life (M.R.T); Two Trains Running (Weston Playhouse); Berta Berta, A Late Morning with Reagan (C.A.T.F); Having Our Say (Philadelphia Theater Co). Lecturer Princeton University. Associate Professor NYU@ Playwrights. M.F.A. NYU/Tisch. 

Sarita Fellows
Sarita Fellows
Costume Designer

SARITA FELLOWS (Costume Designer) is thrilled to make her Alliance debut. Her selected credits include A Bright Room Called Day (The Public Theater); Native Son (The Acting Co); Original Sound (Cherry Lane Theater); Hatef**k (The Women’s Project); Macbeth, The Winter’s Tale, Measure for Measure (The Classical Theatre); A Chronicle of the Death of Two Worlds, (New York Theater Workshop); Fur, MUD, Prospect, Fabuloso! (The Boundless Theater Co). Her regional credits include Top Girls, Her Portmanteau (A.C.T); The Royale (Arizona Theater Co); Ain’t Misbehavin’ (The Signature Theatre); Pipeline (Studio Theatre); The African School Girl Play (Pittsburgh Public Theater); Haunted Life (M.R.T); Two Trains Running (Weston Playhouse); Berta Berta, A Late Morning with Reagan (C.A.T.F); Having Our Say (Philadelphia Theater Co). Lecturer Princeton University. Associate Professor NYU@ Playwrights. M.F.A. NYU/Tisch. 

ROBERT KAPLOWITZ (Sound Designer) is thrilled to be creating his first design at the Alliance on a project for longtime collaborator Michael John Garcés. He has spent the last 25 years designing sound and composing, and has been honored with an OBIE for Sustained Excellence in Sound Design and a Tony for Fela! He makes many kinds of work in addition to his beloved role as a theater sound designer; his musical Minors premiered last June at the Lantern Theater in Philadelphia, he also creates installation art, runs Nine Hostage Arts in Philly, teaches at Princeton, is an ambassador for the Prague Quadrennial, and loves his family more than anything else. 

Robert Kaplowitz
Robert Kaplowitz
Sound Designer

ROBERT KAPLOWITZ (Sound Designer) is thrilled to be creating his first design at the Alliance on a project for longtime collaborator Michael John Garcés. He has spent the last 25 years designing sound and composing, and has been honored with an OBIE for Sustained Excellence in Sound Design and a Tony for Fela! He makes many kinds of work in addition to his beloved role as a theater sound designer; his musical Minors premiered last June at the Lantern Theater in Philadelphia, he also creates installation art, runs Nine Hostage Arts in Philly, teaches at Princeton, is an ambassador for the Prague Quadrennial, and loves his family more than anything else. 

WENDY PALMER (Stage Manager) is happy to be back in the Hertz following last season’s Goodnight, Tyler. Wendy started her stage management career
in the Hertz as an Apprentice Stage Manager back in 1993. She worked in various SM/ASM positions at the Alliance Theatre from 1994-2002 and as Resident Stage Manager for Theatrical Outfit from 2000-2016, at which point she decided to concentrate on her time-sensitive job of launching her kids into adulthood. Proud member of Actors’ Equity and even prouder mom to Grady and Maggie. 

Wendy Palmer
Wendy Palmer
Stage Manager

WENDY PALMER (Stage Manager) is happy to be back in the Hertz following last season’s Goodnight, Tyler. Wendy started her stage management career
in the Hertz as an Apprentice Stage Manager back in 1993. She worked in various SM/ASM positions at the Alliance Theatre from 1994-2002 and as Resident Stage Manager for Theatrical Outfit from 2000-2016, at which point she decided to concentrate on her time-sensitive job of launching her kids into adulthood. Proud member of Actors’ Equity and even prouder mom to Grady and Maggie. 

WILL POWER (Playwright) is an internationally renowned theatre artist. Plays include Detroit Red (Arts Emerson), Fetch Clay, Make Man (McCarter Theater, New York Theater Workshop, True Colors, others), Stagger Lee (Dallas Theater Center), The Seven (La Jolla Playhouse, New York Theater Workshop, Ten Thousand Things Theater Company, others), and two acclaimed solos shows Flow and The Gathering, as well as many other works of theater. Awards include; a Doris Duke Artist Award, Lucille Lortel Award, a United States Artist Prudential Fellowship, an NEA/TCG Residency Grant, the TCG Peter Zeisler Memorial Award, and an Andrew Mellon Playwright in Residence grant. Power is also a teacher of writing and performance. He has held fellowships, residencies and faculty positions at the City College of New York, Princeton University, The University of Michigan at Flint, Southern Methodist University, and the University of Massachusetts (Amherst). Currently, Will Power is the Distinguished Visiting Professor of theater at Spelman College. 

Will Power
Will Power
Playwright

WILL POWER (Playwright) is an internationally renowned theatre artist. Plays include Detroit Red (Arts Emerson), Fetch Clay, Make Man (McCarter Theater, New York Theater Workshop, True Colors, others), Stagger Lee (Dallas Theater Center), The Seven (La Jolla Playhouse, New York Theater Workshop, Ten Thousand Things Theater Company, others), and two acclaimed solos shows Flow and The Gathering, as well as many other works of theater. Awards include; a Doris Duke Artist Award, Lucille Lortel Award, a United States Artist Prudential Fellowship, an NEA/TCG Residency Grant, the TCG Peter Zeisler Memorial Award, and an Andrew Mellon Playwright in Residence grant. Power is also a teacher of writing and performance. He has held fellowships, residencies and faculty positions at the City College of New York, Princeton University, The University of Michigan at Flint, Southern Methodist University, and the University of Massachusetts (Amherst). Currently, Will Power is the Distinguished Visiting Professor of theater at Spelman College. 

BENJAMIN RAWSON (Lighting Designer) is an Atlanta-based Lighting Designer for Theatre, Opera, and Dance, member USA 829. Theatrical/ Opera design work can be seen at The Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, Aurora Theatre, Atlanta Lyric Theatre, Actors Express, Theatrical Outfit, 7 Stages, Theatre Buford, Weird Sisters Theatre Project, and Synchronicity Theatre. Dance design work includes choreographers Danielle Agami, Ana Maria Lucaciu, and Troy Schumacher as well as Terminus Modern Ballet Theatre, Fly On A Wall, Staibdance, Bluebird Uncaged, Proia Dance Project, and Emily Cargill and Dancers. Ben has also worked across the country as an Associate/Assistant Lighting Designer for San Diego Opera (CA), Alliance Theatre (GA), Berkshire Theatre Festival (MA), Atlanta Opera (GA), Lyric Opera of Kansas City
(MO), Utah Opera (UT), Palm Beach Opera (FL), and Playmakers Repertory Company (NC). benrawsondesign.com 

Benjamin Rawson
Benjamin Rawson
Lighting Designer

BENJAMIN RAWSON (Lighting Designer) is an Atlanta-based Lighting Designer for Theatre, Opera, and Dance, member USA 829. Theatrical/ Opera design work can be seen at The Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, Aurora Theatre, Atlanta Lyric Theatre, Actors Express, Theatrical Outfit, 7 Stages, Theatre Buford, Weird Sisters Theatre Project, and Synchronicity Theatre. Dance design work includes choreographers Danielle Agami, Ana Maria Lucaciu, and Troy Schumacher as well as Terminus Modern Ballet Theatre, Fly On A Wall, Staibdance, Bluebird Uncaged, Proia Dance Project, and Emily Cargill and Dancers. Ben has also worked across the country as an Associate/Assistant Lighting Designer for San Diego Opera (CA), Alliance Theatre (GA), Berkshire Theatre Festival (MA), Atlanta Opera (GA), Lyric Opera of Kansas City
(MO), Utah Opera (UT), Palm Beach Opera (FL), and Playmakers Repertory Company (NC). benrawsondesign.com 

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Michael John Garcés
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Director

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