Much Ado About Nothing - June 08 - June 24, 2023

New Canon Theatre Co.

 CREATIVE WHO'S WHO 

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    Justin Gordon (he/him)

    NCTC Artistic Director

    Justin has worked extensively in theatre and film as an actor, director, producer, and theatre educator for over twenty years. He studied directing at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London, England, and received his M.F.A. in Acting from the Professional Theatre Training Program at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. His work as an actor and director has been seen at regional theatres across the United States, and his film and television work has spanned the globe. He is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA, Actor’s Equity Association, the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (associate member), serves on the advisory board of Live Arts Santa Fe, and is a visiting instructor in the Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of Texas, Austin. Justin believes in diversity, equity, and inclusion in the theatre, and founded New Canon Theatre to be an engine of social/artistic change. He splits his time between California, New Mexico, and Austin, TX.

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    Justine Stock (she/her)

    NCTC Managing Director/Producer

    A Miami, Florida native with LatinX roots, Justine has been a resident of Monterey County for over 15 years. She is an actress, film & theater producer, writer, adventurer, mother and devoted arts advocate.  She is thrilled to have helped conceive New Canon Theatre and support its mission of high quality, diverse, equitable, and passionate theatre. www.justinestock.com

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    Noah Lucé (he/him)

    Director/Intimacy Choreographer/NCTC Artistic Associate

    Noah Lucé is a multi-hyphenate theatre artist working primarily as an actor, director, and intimacy choreographer. He serves as a lecturer in Drama at University of California, Santa Cruz and is an Artistic Associate here at New Canon Theatre Company.  Recent highlights include: Co-directing and intimacy choreography for NCTC's Macbeth, intimacy and fight direction for A Guide for the Homesick at Theatre Rhinoceros (America’s longest running LGBTQIA+ theatre), associate directing EnActe Arts touring production of The Jungle Book; Rudyard Revised, assistant directing and fight choreography for An Iliad at the Jewel Theatre Company, and intimacy directing the world premiere of The Formula; Santa Cruz Shakespeare. Noah trained with Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts, attended Cornish College of the Arts (BFA), received his Master’s Degree from the UCSC, and completed his MFA at the University of Idaho. www.noahluce.com

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