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Dani Boal (Eponine), Jack Parisee (Feuily), Peter Erickson (Gavroche), Ken-Matt Marti Photo

Dani Boal (Eponine), Jack Parisee (Feuily), Peter Erickson (Gavroche), Ken-Matt Martin (Grantaire), and Michael Howland (Enjolras)

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03/12/2014
Larry Mahlstedt as Wilbur Turnblad, Douglas Cochrane as Edna Turnblad, Jonathan Brugi Photo

Larry Mahlstedt as Wilbur Turnblad, Douglas Cochrane as Edna Turnblad, Jonathan Brugioni as Link Larkin, Samantha Aaron as Tracy Turnblad, Ken-Matt Martin as Seaweed J. Stubbs, and Mary Craven as Penny Pingleton.

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07/06/2011
Jonathan Brugioni as Link Larkin, Larry Mahlstedt as Wilbur Turnblad, Ken-Matt Martin Photo

Jonathan Brugioni as Link Larkin, Larry Mahlstedt as Wilbur Turnblad, Ken-Matt Martin as Seaweed J. Stubbs, Mary Craven as Penny Pingleton, Douglas Cochrane as Edna Turnblad, and Samantha Aaron as Tracy Turnblad.

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07/06/2011
 





Ken-Matt Martin News

Industry Pro Newsletter: New Leadership Model at Pennsylvania Shakes, New Auditions a Photo Industry Pro Newsletter: New Leadership Model at Pennsylvania Shakes, New Auditions at Princeton
by Alex Freeman - Aug 8, 2022

Our two Industry Trend stories this week take a look at a few of the different ways that people are trying to bring change to the theatre industry: reforming the work environment that has long been problematic, and the way Princeton is working on developing a new audition process to help bring more people into theatre in an educational environment.

Industry Pro Newsletter: Finding Artistic Rest, Susan Booth Returns to the Goodman Photo Industry Pro Newsletter: Finding Artistic Rest, Susan Booth Returns to the Goodman
by Alex Freeman - Aug 1, 2022

New Diorama Theatre in the UK announced an interesting new season: they won’t be producing any shows until 2023. The company wanted to give their artists the opportunity to rest away from the pressures of constantly producing.

Industry Pro Newsletter: An Industry in Reform - Internships and a New Vision for Fun Photo Industry Pro Newsletter: An Industry in Reform - Internships and a New Vision for Funding
by Alex Freeman - Jul 25, 2022

A thought experiment from New Zealand examines a potentially new way to not only make arts funding more equitable, but transparent and with the opportunity for potential patrons to find projects to fund. This future thinking in the industry extends throughout the United States as well, as companies re-imagine what entry level programs look like.

Ken-Matt Martin Reveals He 'Would Not Immediately Return if Asked' to Victory Gardens Photo Ken-Matt Martin Reveals He 'Would Not Immediately Return if Asked' to Victory Gardens
by Stephi Wild - Jul 21, 2022

Now, in a recent statement, Martin revealed that he will not be returning. In the statement, Martin wrote that he has 'decided that I need to take a break from nonprofit theatre administration and would not immediately return if asked.'

Industry Pro Newsletter: The Paradox of Pay Equity, COVID Spread in NYC High Once Aga Photo Industry Pro Newsletter: The Paradox of Pay Equity, COVID Spread in NYC High Once Again
by Alex Freeman - Jul 11, 2022

As calls for unpaid internships to come to an end continue, many are re-evaluating their budgets and business models - with some adjusting their production model, and others looking at the financial realities and closing their doors.

Actors' Equity Association Releases Statement in Support of Victory Gardens Theater W Photo Actors' Equity Association Releases Statement in Support of Victory Gardens Theater Workers
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 8, 2022

Actors’ Equity Association has issued a statement in response to recent events at Victory Gardens Theater.

Cast Announced for JERRY'S GIRLS Benefit Performance Photo Cast Announced for JERRY'S GIRLS Benefit Performance
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 17, 2022

Season of Concern, the emergency fund for Chicago theater artists, will present a one-night-only benefit performance of Jerry’s Girls, with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman, concepts by Larry Alford, Wayne Cilento, and Jerry Herman, direction by Ken-Matt Martin, and musical direction by Nigel D. Robinson.

Season of Concern to Present One-Night-Only Benefit Performance of JERRY'S GIRLS Photo Season of Concern to Present One-Night-Only Benefit Performance of JERRY'S GIRLS
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 19, 2022

Season of Concern, the emergency fund for Chicago theater artists, will present a one-night-only benefit performance of Jerry’s Girls, with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman, concepts by Larry Alford, Wayne Cilento, and Jerry Herman, direction by Ken-Matt Martin, and musical direction by Nigel D. Robinson. 

Cast Announced for the Regional Premiere of CULLUD WATTAH at Victory Gardens Theater Photo Cast Announced for the Regional Premiere of CULLUD WATTAH at Victory Gardens Theater
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 4, 2022

Victory Gardens Theater has announced the cast for the final show in its 2021/22 Mainstage Season, the regional premiere of¬†cullud wattah, written by¬†Erika Dickerson-Despenza¬†and directed by¬†Lili-Anne Brown.¬†cullud wattah¬†runs June 11 ‚Äď July 17, 2022¬†at¬†Victory Gardens Theater,¬†2433 N. Lincoln Avenue.

Edgerton Foundation New Play Awards Announce Second Round of 2021-22 Recipients Photo Edgerton Foundation New Play Awards Announce Second Round of 2021-22 Recipients
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 4, 2022

Theatre Communications Group has announced the recipients of the second round of the 2021-22 Edgerton Foundation New Play Awards. The awards, totaling $731,000, allow 16 productions extra time for the development and rehearsal of new plays with the entire creative team, hoping to extend the life of the world premiere play after its first run.