Stage Management Team

Role: Stage Manager

Why he’s interested in Hamletmachine:
William Shakespeare’s Hamlet had always been a play studied continuously in my academics. Due to the repetitive nature of reading the same script for numerous years, the many possible interpretations of such a wonderful and fun play eventually became monotonic for me. Hearing of another interpretation of the play and reading Heiner Müller’s adaptation and interpretation of the script in Hamletmachine naturally captivated me. Trying to work out the vast relations and meanings behind Müller’s text while watching it unfold as it transforms onto a stage setting is what I look forward to the most and why I am thrilled to work on a production of Hamletmachine.



Role: Set Assistant Stage Manager

Why she’s interested in Hamletmachine:
It’s very exciting for Sarah to see how this production will turns out since there is no dialogue in the script. This will be her first production as an Assistant Stage Manager and she is looking forward to learn a lot from this production. From an early age onwards, Sarah took an interest in theatre. Since joining the UBC Theatre program this year, she’s been exposed to a lot of practical experience as backstage crew for several UBC shows.




Role: Properties Assistant Stage Manager

Why she’s interested in Hamletmachine:
Kiara is thrilled to be a part of the stage management team for Hamletmachine! With passions that run deep for both theatre and the German language and culture, this show has truly been a perfect fit. Outside of UBC Theatre, Kiara has most recently been the set and costume designer for Intrusion at the Vancouver Fringe Festival (Anima Theatre). Other favourites include The Vagina MonologuesSweeney ToddThe Cherry Orchard and The Drowsy Chaperone. Kiara is in her first year of BFA Theatre Production and Design.


Hibiki Morishita

Role: Costume Stage Management Assistant

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