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Amanda Card ("Rosannah DeLuce") has credits including THE ICE TREATMENT (with Actors Bridge Ensemble), KING LEAR, AS YOU LIKE IT (with Nashville Shakespeare Festival), RAPTURE BLISTER BURN, LARRIES, THE COLUMNIST, A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE, DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE (with Nashville Rep), JUNIE B. JONES IS NOT A CROOK, AFFLICTED, CHARLOTTE’S WEB, ELEPHANT & PIGGIE’S WE ARE IN A PLAY!, NUMBER THE STARS, LILLY’S PURPLE PLASTIC PURSE (with Nashville Children’s Theatre), A CHRISTMAS CAROL (with Studio Tenn), ROGER’S VERSION, AMADEUS, MAGIC, and ARCADIA (with Blackbird Theater). She received her B.A. in Theatre Arts from The University of the South.
Jacob Callie Moore ("Henry Harry") has served as a member of the Board of Directors for Artistic New Directions, as a writer and a performer with The Serious Theatre Collective, and as a member of the Apprentice Company at The Barrow Group where he studied under Seth Barrish and Lee Brock. He has performed for Arlene Hutton, Gary Garrison, Roland Tec, Robin Goldfin, and in projects for Ensemble Studio Theatre, The Workshop Theatre, and NYU. He is an alumnus of Sewanee – The University of the South. BRILLIANT TRACES marks his first collaboration with Pipeline-Collective.
Cindy Lou Johnson (Playwright) has written extensively for stage and screen. Her plays include BRILLIANT TRACES, THE YEARS, and THE PERSON I ONCE WAS. Her writing for film and television includes episodes of “The Electric Company”, “The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd”, “Vietnam War Story”, and “Santa Barbra”, the teleplays for SOMETIMES I WONDER and TRACES D’ETOILES (adapted from her play BRILLIANT TRACES), and the film CLAUDE, which she also directed.
Laramie Hearn (Director) is a Texas-born theatre director turned Nashvillian. She recently completed her BFA in directing from Belmont University. Her previous Nashville credits include direction for DECISION HEIGHT, RESERVOIR DOGS: A PLAY FOR SEVEN WOMEN, JULIUS CAESAR, and SKIN TIGHT. She has also assistant directed HENRY V, SKINLESS, and Pipeline-Collective's CONSTELLATIONS. Her next directing project is Woven Theatre's production of SILENT SKY.
William Kyle Odum (Scenic Designer, Lighting Designer) is a director, designer and all-around theatremaker. He is currently the Assistant Technical Director and a theatremaker at The Harpeth Hall School. He is a founder and a member of the Artistic Council for Woven Theatre. Recent works include IN THE CONTINUUM at Fisk University, THE GUYS with Pipeline-Collective, GIANT SQUID, DECISION HEIGHT, RESERVOIR DOGS, and LUNGS with Woven Theatre, RUMORS with Belmont University, SKINLESS, THE WHALE, and BENEATHA'S PLACE with Verge Theater, KING LEAR with the Nashville Shakespeare Festival, IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE with Studio Tenn, NOISES OFF and ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD with the Nashville Rep. Kyle holds a B.F.A. in Directing from Belmont University.
Chris Cummings (Sound Designer) is a Chicago-based sound designer working for the first time with Pipeline-Collective. His previous design credits include AMADEUS and SISTER ACT: THE MUSICAL (Beverly Theatre Guild; Chicago), MARY POPPINS (NightBlue Theatre Company; Chicago), THE BIRDS (Latitude 41; Joliet, IL) and IN THE NEXT ROOM... and THE EXONERATED (Illinois State University). He is currently on the road performing with Traveling Lantern Theatre Company, performing children's theatre in Wisconsin. He holds a degree in Lighting and Sound Design from Illinois State University.
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