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Board Of Directors

Michael Burke, President
Matt Haynie, Secretary
Scott Chatham, Treasurer

Daniel Boettcher
Sara Cormeny
Roy Englert
A.J. Guban
Scott Hahn
Undine Nash
Lucinda Romberg
Ian Shuman
Allison Stockman
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Allison Arkell Stockman (Founding Artistic Director) has directed Constellation’s productions of A Dream Play, The Arabian Nights, The Good Woman of Setzuan, The Oresteia, Temptation, The Marriage of Figaro, Crazyface, A Flea In Her Ear, Three Sisters, The Ramayana, Women Beware Women, The Green Bird, The Ramayana (2011), Arms and the Man, Metamorphoses, Taking Steps, Gilgamesh, 36 Views, The Love of the Nightingale. Locally, Allison has directed productions for the In Series, Opera Theatre of Northern Virginia, The Hatchery, Phoenix Theatre DC and Georgetown Gilbert and Sullivan Society. She has also served as an Assistant Director at Shakespeare Theatre Company and Folger Theatre and has directed workshops or staged readings for The Kennedy Center and Theater J. Allison is the recipient of a Drama League Directing Fellowship and a member of the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab. She earned her BA in Comparative Religion from Princeton and an MFA in Directing from Carnegie Mellon School of Drama. She would like to thank the designers, the cast and crew for their creativity and her family and friends for their ongoing support.
   
A.J. Guban (Managing Director) has been with the company since the beginning. Favorite projects at Constellation have included The Arabian Nights, On The Razzle, Metamorphoses, Scapin, among others. A.J. was nominated for two Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Scenic Design and Outstanding Lighting Design for 36 Views at Constellation Theatre Company. Last month, A.J. designed the the lighting for the world premiere of Huang Ruo and David Henry Hwang's new piece, An American Soldier, at The Washington National Opera. A.J. has designed for Opera Cleveland, Constellation Theatre Company, Imagination Stage, Synetic Theatre, The Maryland Opera Studio, among others. In addition to an active freelance design career, he is the Lighting Supervisor for The Washington National Opera and the Managing Director at Constellation Theatre Company. A.J. hails from Ohio and received his MFA in Theatrical Design from The University of Maryland at College Park.
 
Cheryl Ann Gnerlich (Production Manager/Stage Manager) is thrilled to be back with Constellation Theatre for another season. Some of her favorites from Constellation include: Gilgamesh, Zorro, Taking Steps, Metamorphoses, The Ramayana (2011), The Green Bird, On The Razzle, The Ramayana, Three Sisters, A Flea in Her Ear, Crazyface. Other Stage Management credits include Studio Theatre 2ndStage: F***ing A, The Receptionist, A Beautiful View, All That I Will Ever Be; Virginia Shakespeare Festival: Three Tall Women. Assistant Stage Management credits include: Constellation Theatre Company, The Studio Theatre, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Light Opera Oklahoma. Cheryl has a B.S. in Biology from the College of William and Mary.
   
Sarah Anne Sillers (Administrative Associate) was introduced to Constellation in the summer of 2012 as the company's first and (to date) only intern. About a year later she became Constellation’s part-time Development Associate, assisting with a major database overhaul. Her responsibilities soon came to encompass the majority of ticketing- and subscription-related communications. In March 2013, Sarah Anne was asked to join the company as a full-time staff member. Sarah Anne graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University in 2013 with a bachelor of arts in English with a focus on dramatic literature and a certificate in Theatre. While serving as the undergraduate Vice President of the Princeton Triangle Club, a touring musical-comedy troupe, Sarah Anne oversaw the revitalization of the club's social media presence. Her junior year academic thesis, "Tweeting [Next to] Normal: Social Media Marketing as Performance," received the 2012 Award for Outstanding Work by an Underclassman from the Princeton Lewis Center for the Arts.By night, Sarah Anne is an aspiring singer/actor who has performed locally with The In Series, Kensington Arts Theatre, Creative Cauldron, and Smithsonian Discovery Theater.
         
 
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