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    Rush at Everlasting *world premiere*
    World Premiere at Perseverance Theatre Jan/Feb 2014
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    Betrayal
    ...director Bostin Christopher has brought an impressive production to us. - F Magazine Review
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    Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps
    Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps Adapted by Patrick Barlow Perseverance Theatre 2011-2012 Season “Big Fun…Thrilling…Madcap” – Capital City Weekly
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    Beirut by Alan Bowne
    TOAST Theatre, Anchorage Alaska 1993 Beirut by Alan Bowne With Jeff Seastone, Katy Hitchcock, and Jim Cucurull Directed by Bostin Christopher Natural environment lighting inside a converted warehouse space.
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    Make Good The Fires
    *World Premiere*
      "A well-honed cast and tight direction make Make Good the Fires a good night of theater." "A seamless stream of memories flow in and out in realistic episodes. Director Bostin Christopher's pacing lets the scenes emerge without jarring, while maintaining an edge of surprise." -Anchorage Daily News...

History

 

  • Rush at Everlasting by Arlitia Jones
    • Perseverance Theatre, 2014 **World Premiere
  • Betrayal by Harold Pinter
    • Perseverance Theatre, 2013
  • Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps Adapted by Patrick Barlow
    • Perseverance Theatre, 2011
  • Day of the Dog by Daniel Damiano
    • Last Frontier Theatre Conference, Alaska, 2009
  • Make Good The Fires by Arlitia Jones
    • Cyrano’s Theatre Co, Alaska, 2009 **World Premiere
  • The Tie by Dawson Moore
    • Circle East Theatre, New York, 2000
  • The Eight: Reindeer Monologues by Jeff Goode
    • Kokopelli Theatre, Alaska, 1998
  • Weekends Like Other People by David Blomquist
    • Self-Produced, Alaska, 1998
  • Sylvia  by A.R. Gurney
    • Eccentric Theatre Co., Alaska, 1997
  • The Nerd by Larry Shue
    • Eccentric Theatre Co., Alaska, 1997
  • Beirut by Alan Bowne
    • Toast Theatre, Alaska, 1993

Experience Related to the Support & Creation of New Work

  • TCG Continuing Education Grant (2014) to explore new play festival models
  • Lincoln Center Directors Lab (2013). Concentration was on new work
  • Coordinator of the Last Frontier Theatre Conference Fringe Festival – A late night fringe of short work, scenes and other material. Responsible for play selection, casting, & coordination
  • Involved in over 80 plays readings/workshops as a director, actor and/or dramaturg
  • Company member of Circle East (the former Circle Rep)
  • Featured/guest artist at the Last Frontier Theatre Conference, Great Plains Theatre Conference and the William Inge Center, all in support of new work from established and emerging playwrights
  • Worked with and/or performed works for John Guare, Horton Foote, David Grimm, Beth Henley, Douglas Wright, Edward Albee, Christopher Walken, A.R. Gurney, Theresa Rebeck, David Lindsay- Abaire, Robert Caisley, Marjorie Duffield, EM Lewis, Lee Wochner, and Terence Anthony