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Camelot Program Note 2017

* Denotes member of

* Denotes member of Actors’ Equity Association Elliot Norton and IRNE Award for direction), Assassins (Best Production of 1998: The Boston Globe), Lost in Yonkers, Never the Sinner: The Leopold and Loeb Story (Elliot Norton Award, along with Assassins), and Speed-the-Plow (Elliot Norton for Outstanding Production). Mr. Veloudos received StageSource’s Theatre Hero Award (2003) and was named Best Artistic Director by Boston Magazine in 1999. He serves as the president for the Producers’ Association of New England Area Theatres, and is adjunct faculty in Performing Arts at Emerson College. Catherine Stornetta (Music Director) has been a musical director for Forbidden Broadway, Forbidden Hollywood, and Forbidden Christmas for many years and has performed all over the country, all around the world, on cruise ships circumnavigating the globe, and once, after being bitten by a dog, with only her right hand and left thumb. She has orchestrated both Forbidden Broadway and Forbidden Christmas and as a result has conducted the Detroit, Hartford, Winnipeg, North Carolina, Rochester, Syracuse, Bartlesville (OK), and Adelaide (Australia) Symphonies. She was the musical director for the three-year run of Menopause, The Musical in Boston and the national tour pianist for I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change. She composed the score for the Cable ACE-award winning documentary Christa McAuliffe, Teacher in Space, produced for the Arts and Entertainment Network “Biography” series, and she has arranged and written music for several shows: Intriguing People (for People Magazine), 12 Angry Reindeer, and All-of-a-Kind Family, as well as shows with the Unione Parke Singers, Reindeer Games and Seasons. In her salad days, she was a student of Darius Milhaud and Claude Frank, and an occasional piano soloist with the Boston Pops. Camelot was her first professional production when she was 16 at PCPA in California. She made 23 cents per hour. Rachel Bertone (Choreographer) returns to Lyric Stage after choreographing Company earlier this season. Direction/Choreography: Carousel (IRNE Award, Best Choreography), The Wild Party (IRNE Award, Best Musical), Barnum, Musical of Musicals, Joseph…Dreamcoat, and Creative License. Choreographer credits: West Side Story, Guys and Dolls, Billy Elliot, My Fair Lady, South WHO’S WHO 11 Pacific, Les Miserables, City of Angels, Big River, Animal Crackers, A New Brain, Floyd Collins, Lucky Stiff, and The Marvelous Wonderettes. Assistant Director credits: Fiddler on the Roof, Les Miserables, South Pacific, and Bye, Bye, Birdie. As a performer, she has performed with several theaters and dance companies such as Lyric Stage, Reagle Music Theatre, Fiddlehead, Liars & Believers, Boston Ballet and Prometheus Dance. She serves on the faculties of The Boston Conservatory, A.R.T. Institute at Harvard, Emerson College and holds a BFA from The Boston Conservatory. Up next, Rachel will be directing and choreographing Show Boat at Reagle Music Theatre and Gypsy at The Lyric Stage Company. J.T. Turner (Stage Combat), in addition to appearing onstage at the Lyric Stage, has also designed violence here for Company, Peter and the Starcatcher, Big River, and City of Angels. He has also created fights for SpeakEasy Stage, Reagle Music Theater, Moonbox Productions, and various schools. He is a member of The Society of American Fight Directors, and the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat. Shelley Barish (Scenic Design) returns to the Lyric Stage after designing Becky’s New Car, Dear Elizabeth, Mr. Burns, a post-electric play, and Murder for Two. Recent Boston area designs include Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me, Top Girls, The Real Thing (Bad Habit Productions), and EEP! Show (New Exhibition Room). Other design credits include The Addams Family, West Side Story, Cards on the Table (Cortland Repertory Theatre), Boom!, Barefoot In The Park, Private Lives, Next Fall (Bristol Valley Theatre), Assassins (Eastman School of Music), New Moon, and HMS Pinafore (The Ohio Light Opera). She is an Associate Professor in the Theatre Arts Program at UMASS Lowell and received her M.F.A from Michigan State University. Elisabetta Polito** (Costume Design) returns to the Lyric Stage having designed Peter and the Starcatcher, Saturday Night/Sunday Morning, City of Angels, Into the Woods, Water by the Spoonful, Stones in His Pockets, and Time Stands Still. Recent credits: Inherit the Wind (Ocean State Theater Company), Dog Fight, Big Fish, A Future Perfect, Necessary Monsters, The Color Purple, Kurt Vonnegut: Make up your Mind,

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