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    SET DESIGNER Julia Noulin-Mérat is the principal set designer at Noulin-Mérat Studio.
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    ASSISTANT SET DESIGNER Liz Sherrier previously worked with the Attic Theater as assistant scenic designer for The Notebook of Trigorin and The Mnemonist of Dutchess County. She has also designed Charlotte's Web for the Summer Theater of New Canaan. Over the past two years she has assisted on over 40 productions with Noulin-Merat Studio including The Light Princess at A.R.T., Restoration Comedy at the Flea Theater, La descente d'Orphée aux Enfers with Gotham Chamber Opera. Previous assistantships include The Magic Flute and Rigoletto for John Conklin at Boston Lyric Opera & The Bold & The Beautiful for CBS television. She holds a BS in Architecture from Northeastern University and is currently an MFA candidate in scenic design at UCLA.
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    STUDIO ASSOCIATE Bruno Baker is a latinx NYC based American/Brazilian multidisciplinary stage director specializing in Theatre and Opera. This past season, he worked at Boston Lyric Opera on the directing and stage management teams on 4 new productions including a world premiere, Burke & Hare, that was nominated for an International Opera Award. With NYU, Mr. Baker has directed The Glass Menagerie, Thyestes, Strange Interlude (NYU). He is currently assistant directing for Allegra Libonati on Kiss me Kate and the Complete works of William Shakespeare at the Summer Theater of New Canaan. In addition to directing, Mr. Baker was a guest teaching artist at Pace University and is now a resident artist at the Attic Theater Company. For the past 3 years, he has enjoyed being a studio associate at Noulin-Mérat Studio where he worked on over 30 productions. Current projects include a new dance piece in development in Swaziland and a devised play in Brazil.
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    TECHNICAL CONSULTANT Mark Digiovanni began his collaboration with Julia Noulin-Mérat seven years  ago while working on Memory House and they have worked on more than 40  shows since. DiGiovanni’s technical directing credit include Dark Rapture, Kenny  and the Virgin Mary, Cosi fan Tutte, Lucia di Lammermoor, Xerxes, Carmen, A Little Night Music, Alcina,  Carmen, The Visit and The Lady is not for Burning. Mark has a MSME from Penn State and a BSME from Maine. 
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