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Christopher Allen

Costume Shop Manager

Music Bldg, Room 142
520-621-4650

Chris Allen is the Costume Designer/Shop Manager for the University of Arizona, Fred Fox School of Music Opera Theatre. Designs include Hansel & Gretel,  the American premier of Rhondda Rips It Up, Cendrillon, La Hija de Rappaccini, Orpheus in the Underworld, Dialogue of the Carmelites, Beauty and the Beast, L'enfant et les sortilèges, L'elixir d'amore,The Mikado, The Medium, The Old Maid and the ThiefDie FledermausDie ZauberflöteLa TraviataDon GiovanniThe Consul, La Clemenza di Tito and Albert Herring. Outside the opera world, he’s designed such shows as, Thamos; Prince of EgyptThe Importance of Being Earnest, Working, Cannibal!: The Musical, Ruthless, The Oddyessy, Little Shop of Horrors, Beauty and the Beast, The Drowsy Chaperone, Chicago, The Sound of Music, Look Homeward Angel, The Lion in Winter.   

 

Chris has worked at  Arizona Theatre Company (stitcher/wardrobe), Kingsmen Shakespeare Company (1st Hand), the UArizona School of Dance Costume Shop (stitcher), American Players Theatre (stitcher/wardrobe), Great River Shakespeare (Wardrobe Supervisor) as well as dressing numerous National Tours. 

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Willa Ahlschwede of the University of Arizona Museum of Art, gives an overview of “Our Stories: High School Artists." Ends this Saturday.

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Proud of you, Taylor Maresca!Taylor Maresca (BFA, '22) is the new morning reporter for WBTW News13 CBS in Myrtle Beach! This past semester Maresca earned her BFA in Musical Theatre, a BA in Communications, and double minored in Public Relations and Journalism. During her time at UArizona she worked for UATV 3 News, wrote for Arizona Daily Wildcat and wrote as a staff writer for Arizona Arts - among many other roles on and off campus.

“Being a journalist, like being an artist, is so fulfilling because everyday I get to tell stories. Stories that impact communities and inspire change." says Maresca. "I’m loving every second of being the morning reporter at News13 and connecting with the lovely community of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (even though it comes with a 2:30 a.m. wake up time 😉)."

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