Category Archives: Amanda Williams

Lunch Room Update


We have a new member of the stage management crew! Shaudi Bianca Vahdat will be calling the light cues tonight. I asked her how familiar she was with the 14/48 process, and she said, “well, I have stage managed before”. Shaudi Bianca VahdatPhoto: Agastya Kohli I asked if she’d ever seen or been involved in 14/48 in the past. Undaunted, she responded, “no, but I’m familiar with the process. David Baldwin and I had a good conversation and he told […]

Play #1 in Rehearsal


It’s early in the rehearsal process and I missed the table work but Mr. Hyland is so strong and deep-voiced and assertive as well as sensitive and thoughtful to this trio of lovely, talented actresses as they begin blocking/beat work.  They’re laughing!  OH so nice and fun to see the fun of this 14/48.  I’m getting weepy.  I love them all. In His Name by Tina LaPlantDirected by Timothy HylandActors:Libby BarnardCarolyn Marie MonroeAmanda Lee Williams

Select Pictures from Friday Performance


Here are some fantastic shots by our photographer extraordinaire Joe Iano from Friday night’s performances. Jodi-Paul Wooster greeting the audience.Photo: Joe Iano Action shot – that is baby on the bounce back, with skull wide open and brainon the floor.Photo: Joe Iano Chris Ensweiler in Spidy suit and Trick Hulking it up.Photo: Joe Iano Max does his magic on the sound boardPhoto: Joe Iano Amanda Lee Williams rides the dune worms as LeiaPhoto: Joe Iano Andrew Murray, Charles Smith and […]

Pictures Round 2


Here are some more wonderful shots from Joe Iano of ianophotography.com Tim Hyland directs Zoey Belyea, Heather Persinger, Ashley Flannagan, Amanda Lee Williams and Sarah Winsor The 14/48 band! David Brown King, Ben McFadden, Carolyn Marie Monroe and Lantz Wagner with director Paul Budraitis  Artist liaisons Dudes and babes Sara Coates finds a moment of solitude Rehearsal space on 8th Floor

Virgewatch: The Ticket


Friday night’s first piece is written by a virgin, LaChris Jordan, and features 3 virgin actors; Matthew Middleton, Chris Einsweiler, and Sylvie Davidson. Also present are veteran actor Kaleb Hagen-Kerr and veteran director Tina La Plant. This piece has inspired fire gloves, pregnancy bits (always a crowd pleaser), the band’s excellent performance of “Ring of Fire”, and the following piece of direction; Tina: No, no, no, he lights the fire before the water breaks. They have just completed a run […]