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Hannah Taytslin joined the team at The Lyric Stage Company in June of 2014, after two years fundraising at The Cambridge School of Weston, a progressive, arts-integrated high school. Her primary responsibility is growing and sustaining The Lyric Stage's Annual Fund, with direct outreach to our loyal patrons and institutional partners. As a professional arts administrator, Hannah has experience in public, private, and non-profit management and development. She has raised funds for major cultural organizations including Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre, and for The Amazing Things Arts Center in Framingham, MA. Hannah holds a BA in Art History from Brandeis University and a Master of Arts Management from Carnegie Mellon University. Having grown up in a veritable antiques shop, as the child of two artists and collectors, Hannah finds her passion in connecting the community, especially young people, with the arts world. She is a dedicated yogi and cherishes summer-time on Cape Cod with stacks of good books.
Matt Whiton is in his 6th year as Production Manager of the Lyric Stage, having joined the team in 2007. In addition to production management Matt is also a freelance scenic and lighting designer both at the Lyric and other theatres throughout New England. Matt holds a Master of Fine Arts in Design from the University of Georgia and a Bachelor of Arts in Technical Theatre from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire. When not in the theater Matt is an avid cyclist, runner and gardener.
A. Nora Long is responsible for dramaturgy, casting, and working with the artistic director on season planning and artistic programs. She is an Artistic Director of New Exhibition Room, a Boston-area fringe company and member of the Boston Center for the Arts Emerging Theatre Company program. She has worked with several theatre companies in Boston as a writer, director, actor, dramaturg and translator including the American Repertory Theatre, Bad Habit Productions, Mill 6, Whistler in the Dark and Another Country Productions. She received her MFA in Dramaturgy from the American Repertory Theatre/ Moscow Art Theatre School Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University and her BA from Sarah Lawrence College in Theatre and Italian. She is the Fall 2012 recipient of the Literary Managers & Dramaturgs of Americas’ Dramaturg Driven Grant.
Peter A. Carey is proud to have been recently inducted into the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild Hall of Fame for his contribution to the arts in Massachusetts. Peter is a professional actor, director, and performing arts educator. He is the recipient of the Connecticut Circle Award for best Actor in a Musical for his role as John Adams in 1776 at the Godspeed Opera House. He also won the IRNE award for Best Actor in a Musical as John Adams in 1776 at The Lyric Stage. Other Lyric Stage acting credits include Big River, ...Nicholas Nickleby, Follies (IRNE nomination), Arms and the Man, Urinetown: The Musical, Shakespeare in Hollywood, When Pigs Fly, The Lisbon Traviata, Side Show (IRNE nomination), Sunday in the Park with George, and Assasins. He has also performed with American Classics, the Hanover Theater, Speakeasy Stage Company, and New Repertory Theatre. Directing credits include Much Ado About Nothing (Wellesley Summer Theatre), The New Moon and The Merry Widow (New England Light Opera), Arsenic and Old Lace and Dirty Blonde (The Company Theatre), The World Goes Round (The Lyric Stage), Nine (The Publick Theatre), and The Taming of the Shrew and Coriolanus (Project Shakespeare).
Shanna Tedeschi joined The Lyric Stage Company of Boston in August of 2014. She became a Bostonian after 4 years with The Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia, PA, although this was not her first foray in the theatre. Shanna has been acting, singing, directing and stage managing since she was 11-years-old and has never lost her passion for the arts. Shanna heads Lyric Stage Company's social media campaigns across many platforms including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. She also manages Group Sales and the Lyric First Stage Program, along with many other hats that she wears as needed. Shanna received her M.Ed. from Widener University and B.A. in English and Theatre from Kent State University. When not tweeting or posting Shanna loves scary movies, writing and road trips.