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Emily

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Emily Harvey – Co Artistic Director

Specializing in Directing, Playwrighting, Stage Management, Production Manager and Marketing

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Emily directs, stage manages, writes, production manages and occasionally acts. She loves Seattle and she loves experimental theatre.

 

Blood Ensemble Credits  Director: NDGM, Barn Show, 30 Hours | Playwright: Nevermore  | Associate Director, Projection Design: Blood/Sailing  |  Director: Was/Is/Will Be Music

Directing credits: Paper Bullets, Black Vengeance, Vaudeville  (Ghost Light Theatricals) |  All In the Timing (StageRight)  |  Macbeth (Hell-Kite Productions) | Outside of A Horse (Autonomous Theatre Collective)|  Birth (Driftwood Players)| Songs for a New World, Anouilh’s Antigone (Student Theatre Productions) | Uncommon Women and Others (Western Washington University)

Assistant Directing Credits: Oklahoma! (5th Avenue Theatre) |  reasons to pretty (ArtsWest) |  Dog Sees God (WWU) and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Summerstock)

Production Management Credits: 2012 Seattle Fringe Festival |  Master Harold… and the boys (West of Lenin)

Stage Management Credits: Titanic, Snow, Aladdin, A Christmas Story, Journey West, Best of Northwest Bookshelf, Rosie the Riveter!, Joseph… (5th Avenue Theatre)|  Frog and Toad (Seattle Children’s Theatre) |  Merchant of Venice, Much Ado About Nothing, If You Give A Moose A Muffin, The Other Side of the Island, Kiss Me, Kate, The Velveteen Rabbit (The Orlando Shakespeare Theatre) |  Zanna, Don’t!, New Voices (Contemporary Classics) | I Love You Because (Centerstage Theatre), Objection! (WingIt Productions)

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