The Crew of Digital CLOC
Katelyn Moran (Scenic) is a rising Junior at Dean College where she majors in Theatre with concentrations in Acting and Technical Theatre. Moran was recently a finalist in the Region 1 Stage Management Fellowship at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival for her work in Dean College’s production of Radium Girls. She considers herself to be a “swiss army knife” of theatre which can be seen in her passions for directing, stage management, acting, and scenic painting. She is excited to be joining CLOC for her second summer and looks forward to continue creating in a changing world!
Matthew E. Alport (Scenic) is a rising senior at Dean College in Franklin, Massachusetts. Alport is thrilled to be returning to CLOC for his second season as a Scenic Technician. Alport recently completed his second year as a Technical Theatre Intern at The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. Alport’s most recent credits includes performing as the male swing in Dean College’s production of Thoroughly Modern Millie, as well as serving as the Assistant Technical Director.
Alyssa Sargent (Costumes) is a rising junior at Willamette University in Salem Oregon, where they are majoring in Theatre, with a Design Emphasis and working in the Costume Studio. Being involved in theatre has been a constant in their life since they were young, eventually settling into the role of creating and designing costumes. Costume Design: Tribe and Absence (Willamette University Theatre Fall Dance Concert), Head of Wardrobe: Mozart & Salieri (Willamette University Dramatic Vocal Arts)
Lilliana Valentin (Costumes) is very excited to join CLOC this summer. She is a rising junior at Virginia Commonwealth University where she majors in Costume Design with a concentration in Technology. The most recent shows she has worked on at VCU have been Machinal, Sense & Sensability, and Eclipsed. She is passionate about historical costuming and hopes to work at Colonial Williamsburg after graduating.
Madeline Boschen (Costumes) is a senior Theatre Design/Technology student at Emerson College, concentrating in costume design. This is her first summer with CLOC and she could not be more excited! Emerson Stage credits include Augusta and Noble (Costume Designer), Squeaky Fromme Love Song (Asst. Costume Designer) and The Devil on Your Shoulder (Asst. Costume Designer). Other recent credits include Break A Leg Theatre Works' Cabaret (Paint Charge) and Shrek The Musical (Paint Charge). She is currently working on Emerson Stage's 20-21 production of The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui as the Co-Costume Designer.
Melie Hayes (Costumes) is thrilled to be joining CLOC for the first time this summer
as a member of the costume crew! Melie is a rising Junior at The University of Rhode Island, majoring in Theatre with concentrations in Technical Theatre/Design and Stage Management. Favorite credits include Women and War, She Kills Monsters, and A Christmas Carol.
Taylor Aragon (Costumes) is a junior at Virginia Commonwealth University and is very excited to be working with CLOC this year. She is pursuing a BFA in Costume Design and hopes to one day design for theater and film across the country and the world. She has had the honor to work with VCU’s Mainstage shows as Assistant Designer for Eclipsed, Costume Coordinator for Spring Awakening, as well as Dresser for many other shows. She also had the pleasure of being a dresser for the National Tour of Les Miserables and looks forward to many more experiences like the latter.
Thomas J. Charles (Costumes) is a senior at Catholic University in Washington, D.C. pursuing a degree in Musical Theatre, and he uses his training as an actor to inform his design process. He has worked as a costume designer on multiple shows, including The Addams Family and Peter and the Starcatcher, as well as being a stitcher in the university’s costume shop. Outside of theatre, Thomas enjoys going to the beach and sharing videos of Fiona the Hippo on social media. He is thrilled to be joining CLOC for the first time and can’t wait to see what the season has in store.