Tag Archives: Macall Gordon

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12 Minutes with Shannon Campbell

Photographing the artists of Washington Ensemble Theatre   Photographing Shannon Campbell The beautiful genius that solves every riddle is Katya.  Can this Russian Girl entice the bear with pie?   Go see Aimée Bruneau, Leah Pfenning,...
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37 Minutes with Aimée Bruneau

Photographing the artists of Washington Ensemble Theatre   Photographing Aimée Bruneau The bipolar Wicked Witch who eats only apples  is Valentina, a character in the prize-winning play by Meg Miroshnik and directed by Ali el-Gasseir: “The Fairytale Lives of Russian...
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8 Minutes with Libby Barnard

Photographing the artists of Washington Ensemble Theatre   Photographing Libby Barnard The girl who spins stories to subdue the savage bear she’s trapped with is Masha.  “The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls”, the prize-winning play by Meg Miroshnik and...
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12 Minutes with Macall Gordon

Photographing the artists of Washington Ensemble Theatre   Photographing Macall Gordon When Macall arrived at my studio she had these crazy eye contacts in.  It made me appropriately uneasy to look her in the eyes...
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9 Minutes with Leah Pfenning

Photographing the artists of Washington Ensemble Theatre   Photographing Leah Pfenning The fairy godmother and clever prostitute, Nastya, in the prize-winning play “The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls” written by Meg Miroshnik and directed by Ali el-Gasseir.   Go see Aimée...