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Christina Coakley A. PHR
Director of Administration and Casting Director
1742 Church St., N.W.
District of Columbia
The Keegan Theatre rests on a foundation of three core artistic beliefs: that the theatre, as an art form, succeeds only in so far as it presents an honest, pure exploration of the human condition; that American audiences can be profoundly enhanced by the
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The show, directed by Keegan company members Christina A. Coakley and Michael Innocenti and based on the 1998 Broadway revival, is an ambitious undertaking.
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To help produce their fourth and final fund-raising event, the team reached out to fellow Mason theater alum Christina Coakley, BA Theater '09, director of administration for the Keegan Theatre in Washington, D.C.
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Christina A. Coakley, Director of Administration
Press Release: Spelling Bee | The Keegan Theatre
SPELLING BEE is directed by Christina A. Coakley, who co-directed the Helen Hayes Recommended A MAN OF NO IMPORTANCE at Keegan last season.
Coakley, a company member and executive staff member at Keegan Theatre, is joined by music director, Elisa Rosman, a newcomer to Keegan, and choreographer, Melissa Douglass Bustamante, who serves as Director of Theatre at Contradiction Dance.
"Church Street is the perfect venue for the BEE," Coakley
"Formerly a girl's gymnasium, this theater - with just over 100 seats - delivers intimacy like nowhere else.
And this dynamic cast will transport audiences into the private dreams and public humiliations of these awkward adolescents (and adults). 'SPELLING BEE' resonates so strongly because these characters are as hilarious as they are relatable, and their struggles and insecurities are universal - one of the reasons it's such a popular and beloved show."
"Initially, it was the score that drew me to the piece," says Coakley