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Spencer Christiano

Projection Specialist

The L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation

HQ Phone:  (585) 271-3361

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The L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation

900 East Avenue

Rochester, New York,14607

United States

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The L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation

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Spencer Christiano,Projection Specialist
Spencer is a Rochester native and a graduate of both the SUNY College at Brockport Theater Department (B.S.) and the MCC Visual Communications: Photography/Television Program (A.A.S.). He was Chief Projectionist of The Cinema Theater for 9 years, and for 2 years was Technical Manager of The MuCCC Theater, where he is currently an Artist in Residence. He is very active in Rochester's performing arts community, and has directed, designed, and managed over 200 theatrical, dance, mixed media, and conceptual art productions. In his other life, he is a published playwright, poet, journalist, and writer of short fiction; a director, stage manager, and actor; and a lighting, sound, and set designer.


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Nigel Maister and Spencer Christiano on the set of
PHOTO BY MIKE HANLONNigel Maister and Spencer Christiano on the set of "The Rochester Plays," running February 14-24 at University of Rochester's Todd Theatre. "The Rochester Plays" Opening on Thursday, February 14, and continuing through February 24, the International Theatre Program will present "The Rochester Plays," a two-part work by local writer Spencer Christiano. The 24 Hour Play, as resident playwrights Kim Niles, Spencer Christiano and Michael Arve create a play in 24 hours.


MuCCC Artists in Residence | www.muccc.org

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Elizabeth Benedict is an actor who has appeared in Spencer Christiano's and John Borek's productions.
His most notable role at the MuCCC was in Spencer Christiano's "War Terrier." Spencer Christiano: Writer, Director, Actor Our artist-in-residence roster includes: Michel H. Arve, Spencer Christiano, Karen Craft, Annette Dragon, Philip R. Frey, Roger Gans, Reenah Golden, Kevin J. Indovino, Cassandra Kelly, Mary Lewandowski, Yashodhara Deshpande Maitra, Jacqueline Moe. These artists join the MuCCC's existing roster of artists: Michael Arve, Spencer Christiano, Annette Dragon, Phillip R. Frey, Cassandra Kelly, Jacqueline Moe, Kimberly Niles, Meredith Powell, and Curtis K. Rivers. Spencer Christiano is a playwright-in-residence at The MuCCC Theater.


Megan Mack | WXXI News

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Spencer Christiano, projectionist at the George Eastman Museum and playwright


Photos by Annette Dragon | www.muccc.org

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In this new play, playwright Spencer Christiano
Spencer Christiano is the Playwright-in-Residence, Artist-in-Residence, and Technical Manager at the MuCCC. He has written three full-length plays: "A Window on the Carrageenan" and the two-part "The Sidewalk That Couldn't Be Plowed (part 1: attraction / part 2: escape)," which will be presented at the MuCCC this October. In 2005, he was a recipient of Geva Theatre Center's Young Playwright Award for his short play, "The Handyman. Written and Directed by Spencer Christiano Following each performance, Spencer Christiano will hold a discussion on the play as well as his lifelong career in theatre. Spencer Christiano is the Playwright-in-Residence, Artist-in-Residence, and Technical Manager at the MuCCC. He has written four full-length plays: "Midnight in the Front Lawn of Good and Evil: a hypothesis," (recently presented at MuCCC in an electric evening of controversy), "A Window on the Carrageenan" and the two-part "The Sidewalk That Couldn't Be Plowed (part 1: attraction / part 2: escape). Technically directed by Spencer Christiano. Dan Apfel, The Bloody Noes, John Borek, Spencer Christiano, Gerry Geddes, Cassandra Kelly, Jacqueline Moe, Kimberly Niles Louis Podlaski, B.J. Scanlon, Eddie Swayze, and Yang Yu Directed by Spencer Christiano.


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