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Scenic DesignerGary Mosby
Gary Mosby is Coordinator of Theatre here at Kansas City Kansas Community College, as well as, heading the Theatre Technology area of the department. Gary teaches the theatre technology classes, including 2 levels of stagecraft and 2 levels of lighting and stage management and also designs the scenery and lighting for the department productions. In addition to his work here with the students, Gary enjoys working as a scenic designer with several local professional companies, such as Unicorn Theatre, KCRep, and Kansas City Actors Theatre. Some recent college designs would be All In The Timing and Bus Stop and professionally, Sea Marks and Death and the Maiden “My favorite part of theatre and teaching is collaboration, sharing ideas and experiences”. You can see photos of more of Gary’s work at gmosby.com.
Costume DesignerGeorgianna Londre Buchanan
Georgianna is the resident Costume Designer for the Coterie Theatre, and Quality Hill Playhouse. She has collaborated with many other theater companies throughout the Kansas City area, including The Kansas City Repertory Theatre, The Unicorn, Kansas City Actors Theatre, Late NIght Theatre, Mesner Puppets, and the New Theatre Restaurant. From 2006-2012 she was a lecturer at the Kansas City Art Institute, and directed several gala fashion performances. Georgianna has designed costumes for full seasons at Creede Repertory Theatre in Colorado, and worked as a team artist on a grant for public art and creative placemaking in a Northeast Kansas City neighborhood. Telling stories and exploring characters through costume design has made a lifelong love of theatre become a practice of both art and functional techniques.
Lighting DesignerKris Kirkwood
Kris Kirkwood, Lighting Design. Kris is a lighting, projections, and media designer based out of Kansas City, MO. His recent work includes designs for Trouble in Tahiti for the Lexington Philharmonic, Nelly Don the Musical, Front Page News at Cumberland County Playhouse, and Hansel und Gretel at Bar Harbor Music Festival. Kris is a co-founding member of Papermoon Opera Productions, with recent design credits for Carmen at Annapolis Opera, and upcoming designs for Madame Butterfly at Inland Northwest Opera and Don Giovanni at Pensacola Opera. He has designed locally at the Coterie, the Unicorn, Mesner Puppet Theater, Graceland University, Missouri Western State University, Kansas City Kansas Community College, the Gem, and others. He would like to thank his wife Jennifer and his family.
Props Designer & Scenc ArtistWendy Scott
An accomplished artist in a variety of mediums, Wendy has worked in New York, France and around the US. Her theatre work in Kansas City includes the New Theater Restaurant and the MET. For the past 10 + years, Wendy has been the resident Property Master and Scenic Artist at KCKCC. She received a Kennedy Center Award for Scenic Artistry in 2012 for her craftsmanship on the Theatre Department’s production of Smokey Joe’s Café. A successful businesswoman, Wendy owns Kitschup Creations, designing celebrity and custom prayer candles sold in various emporiums around Kansas City, the U.S. and internationally (find her online at kitschupcreations.com). And if that isn’t enough, you might even drop in at Grimm Tattoo and have her design something artsy that you can wear permanently. “La vie est belle “ Life is beautiful