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she/her/hers. Karen has been a Boston based actor, director and teacher for many years. She has appeared often at MRT, most recently in Erma Bombeck: At Wits End and The Rise and Fall of Holly Fudge. Local credits include Speakeasy Stage, Huntington Theatre, Lyric Stage, Greater Boston Stage Company, Gloucester Stage, NewRep, Israeli Stage, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Trinity Rep, Hartford Stage, Gamm Theatre, the Boston Pops and the Boston Symphony. A founding company member of the American Repertory Theatre she appeared in 73 productions. On Broadway, she understudied and performed the role of Amanda Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie directed by John Tiffany. She has worked nationally from the Wilma Theatre to Berkeley Rep. She received the Robert Brustein Prize for Sustained Achievement in the Theatre and the Elliot Norton Prize for Sustained Excellence. A graduate of Boston University, she teaches acting in the TDM concentration at Harvard University
she/her/hers. In March 2020, Courtney joined MRT, where she has directed The 39 Steps, The Rise and Fall of Holly Fudge, A Woman of the World, and Wild Horses. Commissioned writ-ers under her tenure include Trista Baldwin, Vichet Chum, Kevin Kling, Melinda Lopez, Dael Orlandersmith, and Kalean Ung. Courtney served as Artistic Director of Seattle Children’s Theatre (SCT), the nation’s leading generator of new work for young audiences. At SCT, she directed Black Beauty, The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, and The Little Prince. Commissioned writ-ers under her SCT tenure include Idris Goodwin, Cheryl West, Allison Gregory, Karen Hartman, Trista Baldwin, Ramon Esquivel, and James Still. Selected di-recting projects: Tiny Beautiful Things at Seattle Rep; the world premiere of Steven Dietz’s The Ghost of Splinter Coveat Children’s Theatre of Charlotte; and Support Group for Men at Contemporary American Theatre Festival (CATF). Other credits: The Cake; Wild Horses; Not Medea (CATF); Mr. Burns, A Post Electric Play; On Clover Road (The Phoenix Theater); Twelfth Night, and T h e Te mp e s t (Indy Shakes). Prior to SCT, she spent three years as Associate Artistic Director at Indiana Repertory Theatre. She has developed new work at Denver Center Theatre Company, New Harmony Project, Write Now, Dorset Theatre Festival, TheatreWorks (Palo Alto), New Plays for Young Audiences at NYU/Provincetown Playhouse, and The Orchard Project. Other distinctions included Indianapolis Business Journal’s Forty Under Forty designation, Cornish College of the Arts Distinguished Alumni Award, and the keynote speak-er at the 2017 International Council of Fine Arts Deans. Ms. Sale is a proud board member of the National Theatre Conference and the theatrical union the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. She is represented by Paladin Artists NYC. BFA, Cornish College of the Arts. MFA, The University of Texas at Austin.
she/her/hers. Shelley Barish is a sce-nic designer working in the Boston and New York Areas. Recent designs: The Wolves, Hold These Truths, Camelot, Becky's New Car, Dear Elizabeth and Murder for Two (Lyric Stage Company); Matilda (Wheelock Family Theatre); The Irish and How..., 39 Steps, The Incident of Our Lady... (Greater Boston Stage Company); Pipeline, Young Nerds of Color(Central Square); Gideon’s Knot (Theatre Row Off-Broadway) The Addams Family, Newsies, Legally Blonde, Cards on The Tab l e (Cortland Repertory Theatre), Mr. Burns (Northeastern University) EEP! Show (New Exhibition Room). Other design credits include: Boom!, Barefoot In The Park, Private Lives, Next Fall, Neat, Cowboy Versus Samurai (Bristol Valley Theatre); Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me, Top Girls, The Real Thing (Bad Habit). Shelley is an Associate Professor at UMASS Lowell and received her M.F.A from Michigan State University. Shelleybarish.com
she/her/hers. Becca is pleased to make her MRT debut designing costumes for Christmas Carol. Becca is MRT’s Costume Shop Manager and a Boston based freelance costume designer and creator. Her most recent credits include costume designer for Sound Inside at Speakeasy, Bowl-mor lanes at Greater Boston Stage and Costume Designer/Draper New Repertory's productions of Trayf, We Will Not Be Silent, Heartland and Blackberry Winter. She has also been a Dyer/painter at the Santa Fe Opera for the 2019-2021 seasons. She holds an MFA in Costume Design from Boston University.
he/him/his. Previous at MRT: 35 Productions including: I and You, the realness: a break beat play, Silent Sky, 45 Plays.... Regional: Over 300 productions including: 60 produc-tions at Actors Theatre of Louisville (with 20 world premieres), Alley Theatre, Arden Theatre Company, Arizona Theatre Company, Capital Rep, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Cleveland Playhouse, GEVA Theatre Center, Gloucester Stage, Hartford Stage, The Huntington Theatre, The Kennedy Center, Milwaukee Rep, Pasadena Playhouse, Playmakers Repertory Theatre, South Coast Repertory, over 30 productions at Trinity Repertory Company, among others. He has won the Los Angeles Ovation Award for light-ing design, as well as the 2016 Artistic Achievement Award from Merrimack Rep, and has been nominated multiple times for Boston’s IRNE and Norton Awards. MFA: California Institute of the Arts. Mr. Lilienthal currently teaches lighting design at Tufts University. He is a drummer with a rockabilly/jump blues band. www.BrianJLilienthal.com
he/him/his. Rob is thrilled to be returning to MRT, where he re-cently performed the music for Best Summer Ever with Kevin Kling. Other recent credits include: Orfeo et Euridice(Seattle Opera); Dracula (ACT Theatre); Titanish (Seattle Public Theater); Big Love (Seattle Pacific University); The Best Summer Ever, Red Riding Hood, Black Beauty (Seattle Children's Theatre); Midsummer Night's Dream (Seattle Shakespeare Company); The Revolutionists (Whitman College); The Ghost of Splinter Cove (Children’s Theatre of Charlotte); and Greenwood (Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater). His sound designs have also been heard at Seattle Rep, Intiman, Spectrum Dance Theater, Village Theatre, and Teatro ZinZanni. Rob is a part-time lecturer in sound design at the University of Washington, and a member of United Scenic Artists, USA 829.
she/her/hers. Proud member of Actor’s Equity Association since 1998. As always, this is for you Mom.
she/her/hers. Jordan is thrilled to making her MRT debut! Favorite regional credits include: Hysterical!, Athena, and The Suburbs (Thrown Stone Theatre Company) and It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play (Pasadena Playhouse). She was also the Production Coordinator for Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s digital production of The Cymbeline Project on Episodes 5 through 10. She has done various work at theaters such as NewYorkRep, American Theater Group, Boston Court Pasadena, Musical Theatre West, the Old Globe, and the John F. Kennedy Center. Proud AEA Member. MFA: CalArts. www.jordanemoore.com
A Christmas Carol Rehearsal Photos
"A Christmas Carol" By Charles Dickens Adapted and Directed by Courtney Sale. DEC 3-DEC 24, 2022.