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Nanette Acosta has designed costumes for over 20 years for theatre, film and television across the country. Her designs have been seen at the 5th Avenue, Seattle Children’s Theatre, Seattle Shakespeare Company. Nanette is the costume designer for Buried Child and Fefu and her Friends.
Phillip Lienau is the Associate Resident Scenic Designer at Seattle Opera where he also designed the 2012 production of Orphee et Euridyce. Phillip is the scenic designer for Buried Child.
Casey James is an award winning composer and songwriter, with over 100 songs recorded by major artists. He has written hit songs for Elton John, Bell&James, and the O'Jays, scored films, documentaries, industrials and commercials, written music for Dance and the Theatre, composed for jazz orchestra and ensemble. James will be in residency winter and spring 2012 collaborating on the spring production of Mirabelle: A Breeze. James was the composer for the original music in Seattle University Theatre Division’s 2010 production of Island of Slaves.
Hear a sample from the original production of Mirabelle!
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Cyrus Khambatta is the artistic director of the innovative Seattle based dance company, Khambatta Dance Company (formerly Phffft!). The company brings together athletic movement and split-second timing with a theatrical flare. Khambatta’s choreographed and improvised works have been presented throughout the United States, Europe, Russia and Latin American and received California’s Damen New Choreography Award in 2004. Khambatta’s residency included a summer 2010 Stretch workshop, and movement choreography for the spring production of Strindberg’s The Ghost Sonata.
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