Emily Sutton-Smith

last updated 4/12/2018

Emily Sutton-Smith

Co-founder and Development Director at Williamston Theatre

Location:
122 S. Putnam Street, Williamston, Michigan, United States
HQ Phone:
(517) 655-7469

General Information

Experience

Co-Founder of Williamston Theatre - The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds

Graduate Assistant - Michigan State University

Graduate Assistant - Michigan State University

Education

BA - Communication , University of Delaware

Grande Diploma - Pastry Arts , French Culinary Institute

Master of Fine Arts degreeMichigan State University

Recent News  

Opportunities | Arts Council of Greater Lansing

Other opportunities: For those interested in working on set striking, doing administrative support, or working at a fundraising event, contact Development Director Emily Sutton-Smith at 517-655-7469 ext.25 or via e-mail at emily@williamstontheatre.org to have your name added to the list of volunteers.

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Founders - Williamston Theatre

In 2008, Tony Caselli, John Lepard, Christine Purchis and Emily Sutton-Smith received the prestigious Robert Busby Award from the Lansing State Journal for extraordinary overall contributions to theatre in the Greater Lansing area.
Emily Sutton-Smith, Development Director Emily is an actress, singer, producer and arts administrator. Appearances on the WT stage include Summer Retreat, Too Much, Too Much, Too Many, Miracle on South Division Street (2015 Wilde Award, Best Actress in a Comedy), End Days, The Usual: A Musical Love Story, The Smell of the Kill, The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds (2009 Best Actress Thespie Award, Lansing State Journal ), Maidens, Mothers and Crones and Additional Particulars. A New York City native, she has worked onstage at almost all the Equity Theatres in Michigan, including the Purple Rose Theatre, Performance Network Theatre, Tipping Point Theatre, the Detroit Rep, the Jewish Ensemble Theatre, and MeadowBrook Theatre. Emily is a proud member of the Actors' Equity Association and SAG/AFTRA. Film and TV credits include: The Funeral Guest, Gifted Hands, Butterfly Effect: Revelation, The Prince of Motor City and Nevermore. Emily is the narrator of over 80 audio books (available on Audible.com), studied acting at the Atlantic Theatre Company in New York City, and holds a Grande Diploma in Pastry Arts from the French Culinary Institute. She received her Master of Fine Arts degree from MSU, where she is also an Adjunct Professor.

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Founders - Williamston Theatre

In 2008, Tony Caselli, John Lepard, Christine Purchis and Emily Sutton-Smith received the prestigious Robert Busby Award from the Lansing State Journal for extraordinary overall contributions to theatre in the Greater Lansing area.
Emily Sutton-Smith, Development Director Emily is an actress, singer, producer and arts administrator. Appearances on the WT stage include Summer Retreat, Too Much, Too Much, Too Many, Miracle on South Division Street (2015 Wilde Award, Best Actress in a Comedy), End Days, The Usual: A Musical Love Story, The Smell of the Kill, The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-In-The-Moon Marigolds (2009 Best Actress Thespie Award, Lansing State Journal), Maidens, Mothers and Crones and Additional Particulars. A New York City native, she has worked onstage at almost all the Equity Theatres in Michigan, including the Purple Rose Theatre, Performance Network Theatre, Tipping Point Theatre, the Detroit Rep, the Jewish Ensemble Theatre, and MeadowBrook Theatre. Emily is a proud member of the Actors' Equity Association and SAG/AFTRA. Film and TV credits include: The Funeral Guest, Gifted Hands, Butterfly Effect: Revelation, The Prince of Motor City and Nevermore. Emily is the narrator of over 80 audio books (available on Audible.com), studied acting at the Atlantic Theatre Company in New York City, and holds a Grande Diploma in Pastry Arts from the French Culinary Institute. She received her Master of Fine Arts degree from MSU, where she is also an Adjunct Professor.

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