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Mr. Sachs has designed lighting at such theatres as the Fredericksburg Theatre Company, the Dallas Theater Company, the New Orleans Opera Association, the American Southwest Theatre Company, Tulane Summer Lyric, Le Petit Théâtre de Vieux Carré, and the Contemporary Arts Center. He is the recipient of five Gambit Magazine’s Big Easy Entertainment Awards for Best Lighting Design. He is also a member of United Scenic Artists (lighting design). He is the former Chairman for Tulane’s Department of Theatre & Dance and received his BA in Theatre from Grinnell College and his MFA is Design/Technical Production from Florida State University.
Graham Burk holds an MA in Classical and Contemporary Text from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and a BA in Theatre Performance from Fordham University at Lincoln Center. He has studied theatre at Shakespeare’s Globe, Yale University, the British American Drama Academy, the National High School Institute at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL, Interlochen Arts Academy, and The London Dramatic Academy. He has been a professional performer and theatre teacher for over 17 years. He has taught at The Willow School, Edward Hynes Charter School, The Country Day Creative Arts Program, The New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, and Lycée Français de la Nouvelle-Orléans. He is currently a proud faculty member of Tulane University’s Department of Theatre and Dance.
Graham is in his ninth season with the Shakespeare Festival. He was last seen as Malvolio in Twelfth Night with the New Orleans Shakespeare Festival at Tulane. Other New Orleans credits include Much Ado About Nothing, Macbeth, All’s Well That Ends Well, The Tempest, Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Illusion, and Cymbeline with The New Orleans Shakespeare Festival and Measure For Measure, The Spider Queen, The Winter’s Tale, and Marie Antoinette with The NOLA Project. International credits include Husband-He in 1914 Machine (Traverse Theatre), Robert Sideway/Harry Brewer in Our Country’s Good (Tron Theatre), Parolles in All’s Well That Ends Well (Shakespeare’s Globe Education), and Balthasar in The Comedy of Errors (Bard in the Botanics).
Nancy Gunn was born in Williamsburg, Virginia. She has served in management and as a performer for many organizations, including the Virginia Shakespeare Festival, the Riverside Shakespeare Company, the Wayside Theatre, the National Theatre for the Performing Arts (touring), the New Orleans Shakespeare Festival at Tulane, and the Metropolitan Opera.
For television, Nancy has produced dozens of documentaries including the award-winning feature Heroes of Iwo Jima (A&E). She has also produced unscripted competition reality series such as Hell’s Kitchen (FOX), Big Brother (CBS), The Celebrity Apprentice (NBC), The Amazing Race (CBS) and Stephen Spielberg’s On The Lot (FOX).
Nancy was the first director of the Peabody-award winning nonprofit group The Moth. She is a member of the International Documentary Association and served as judge for the IDA’s feature awards. Nominated for awards by the IDA and the Producer’s Guild, she traveled around the globe multiple times and received an Emmy Award as Senior Producer of The Amazing Race.