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Pagliacci: A Workshop

Join us this Saturday for a workshop extension of our Pagliacci TUTAlab a year and a half in the making!

The Anyway Cabaret (an animal cabaret) #AnywayTuesday

NEW SERIES!

To let you inside the World Premiere of The Anyway Cabaret (an animal cabaret) we'd like to present you with a new series: #ANYWAYTUESDAY!

Check back here every Tuesday for new videos exposing more and more of The Anyway Cabaret!

Five Questions With (The Jewels Edition)!

 

During The Jewels, Our series of Five Questions With...

Wednesday, March 5, 2014:  Layne Manzer (Rene Lantin)

A Brief Interview with Jacqueline Stone

In the weeks during the US Premiere of The Silent Language, we would like to introduce you to the people behind the curtain.  In our last interview in the series, we thought you might like to hear from Jacqueline Stone:  Artistic Director of TUTA, and Director of The Silent Language

A Brief Interview with Mel Gill

In the weeks during the US Premiere of The Silent Language, we would like to introduce you to the people behind the curtain.  Here we continue with Mel Gill, Assistant Stage Manager of the production.

1. How long have you worked with TUTA?

This is my second show on team TUTA.  I was called upon last year to be ASM on The Dumb Waiter and here I am again.

A Brief Interview with Allison Raynes

In the weeks during the US Premiere of The Silent Language, we would like to introduce you to the people behind the curtain.  Here we continue with Allison Raynes, Stage Manager of the production.

A Brief Interview with Joe Court

In the weeks during the US Premiere of The Silent Language, we would like to introduce you to the people behind the curtain.  Here we continue with Joe Court, who serves as Sound Designer for The Silent Language.  This is Joe's first production with TUTA.

A Brief Interview with Cynthia Castiglione

In the weeks during the US Premiere of The Silent Language, we would like to introduce you to the people behind the curtain.  Here we continue with Cynthia Castiglione, who serves as TUTA's Managing Director.

A Brief Interview with Michelle Lilly

1. How did you get involved with TUTA?

I was a company member with New Leaf Theatre for four years, and I met Jackie Stone when she acted in one of our shows.  I later designed for Jackie's productions of Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! and Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells Batman Smells at Emerald City Theatre with basically the same design team as this show at TUTA.  Jackie was excited to take this team and our experience designing for young audiences and see what we could do with The Silent Language.