To Gather Apart - October 22 - October 24, 2020

Suffolk University Theatre Department

  Crew Who's Who  

  • Richard Wadsworth Chambers*

    Scenic Design

    (Set Designer) has designed scenery for companies such as The Pittsburgh Public Theatre, StageWest, North Shore Music Theatre, American Stage Festival, Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Lyric Stage Company of Boston, Shakespeare and Company, and the Cape Playhouse. His work with orchestras and opera include the Buffalo Philharmonic, Portland Symphony, Virginia Symphony and several operas for the New England Conservatory. He has designed premieres by authors such as Derek Walcott, Robert Brustein, Richard Dresser, and three plays Off-Broadway by Ronan Noone. Richard holds an MFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where he studied with Oliver Smith and John Conklin. He is the recipient of two Elliot Norton Awards and three Independent Reviewers of New England Awards. Richard is a professor in the Theatre Department.

  • Ross Gray

    Production Stage Manager

    (Production Stage Manager) [SU ‘20] is thrilled to be Production Stage Manager for To Gather Apart. Ross will be graduating from Suffolk this December, and while this has not been the conventional show he expected, this production has provided light and joy in unprecedented times. Ross would like to thank his friends and family for their support throughout this production. Upon graduating, Ross intends to pursue a career in theatre as a stage manager.

  • Leslie Held

    Costume Design

    (Costume Design) is delighted to be back working at Suffolk University. Some of Leslie’s previous Boston design credits include Guards at the Taj, Proof, Copenhagen, Einstein’s Dreams, Mr. G, Journey to the West, The Other Place, A Disappearing Number, Arcadia and Arabian Nights (for which she won an IRNE award) at the Central Square Theater; The Cardboard Piano at the New Repertory Theater and Rhinoceros at the Suffolk Modern Theater.  In the Washington, DC area, her credits include Three Sisters, Twelfth Night, and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Roundhouse Theater), Candide (Arena Stage) and Renard the Fox with the Folger Theater at the Kennedy Center.  This year she was the recipient of the 2020 Eliot Award for her design for Vanity Fair at the Central Square Theater.

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