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 KATIE SCARLETT GRAVES* (PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER) – WHAT credits
 include – Orson’s Shadow, Rhinoceros, Lenin’s Embalmers, Murder for Two,
 Race. Previously Katie was the Resident Stage Manager at Harbor Stage Company
 for three seasons. Katie has worked up and down the eastern coast
 at Theatrezone in Naples FL, Theater Emory in Atlanta GA, and various theatres
 around the New England Area such as North Shore Music Theatre, SpeakEasy
 Stage Company, and Boston Playwrights Theatre.
  KATE YORK* (ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER) is thrilled to be returning to the
 theatre in her WHAT debut! Previous credits include Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the
 Bus: The Musical (First National Tour); Earthrise, Slopera, The REACH Opening Festival, and The Cappies Gala (The John F. Kennedy Center, Washington DC).
 Event Credits include: A Capitol Fourth, The National Memorial Day Concert on the
 Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, and The Women's March on Washington. Kate holds a
 B.A. from Georgetown University and has completed graduate work at Cornell and
 the University of Miami.
 CHRISTOPHER OSTROM (SCENIC & LIGHTING DESIGN) Credits include productions for Arizona Opera, Opera San Jose, Tulsa Opera, Chautauqua Opera, Odyssey Opera, Mobile Opera, Hawaii Opera Theater, Asolo Repertory Theatre, Kentucky Opera, Opera Boston, Syracuse Opera, New England Conservatory, Opera Providence, Boston Conservatory, The Toronto Symphony, Macau International Music Festival, Curtis Institute of Music, Boston Early Music Festival, New Repertory Theatre, Stoneham Theatre, Boston Ballet, Snappy Dance Theatre, Boston’s Christmas Revels, Brandeis University, and Bard College. Upcoming;
Die Zauberflöte for Opera San Jose, and Merrie England with Odyssey
Opera. Christopher is WHAT’s Producing Artistic Director.
SETH BODIE (COSTUME DESIGN) is currently a Provincetown based theater maker. He works primarily as a costume designer, on projects as varied as baroque opera to absurdist clown shows. His work has been called "photogenically eye catching" and "exuberant" by the New York Times. Seth has an MFA in design from Yale School of Drama and was a finalist for the Opera America design competition 2015. He is grateful and excited to be back with WHAT. Recently on the Cape: Cabaret, Hair, and Chicago for Peregrine Theatre Ensemble in Provincetown.
SAM SEWELL (SOUND DESIGN) is elated to join the WHAT crew as this brave new season's Production Manager! A 2017 graduate of The California Institute of the Arts with a Master’s degree in Production and Design, Sam has traveled to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, California, New York, Minnesota, Boston, and Cape
Cod. They have worked with entities like The New York Theater Workshop, The New York Musical Theater Festival, STOMP, REDCAT, The Bootleg Theater, The A.R.T., The Huntington Theater, The Central Square Theater, Cotuit Center for the Arts, Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, Falmouth Theater Guild, and The Provincetown Theater. Sam has collaborated with artists from all over the globe and was recently seen combining both Production Management and Sound Design skills at the Provincetown Theater. Sam also has designed and performed at the Boston Court Theater for A Streetcar Named Desire as well as at the Guthrie Theater’s Blackbox in a reading of The Laramie Project directed by head writer















































































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