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In her role as Wardrobe Coordinator, Anne works with the costuming students in Drama 245 as well as other courses, developing costume plans and creating everything from sword belts to corsets for shows including the Vogt Studio series, Major productions, class scenes, design projects, as well as displays and demonstrations for academic subjects. Anne often designed costumes for Department of Drama shows, as well as recently for 4th Line Theatre in Millbrook, The Right Road to Pontypool. In the past she has designed for Theatre Kingston and The Thousand Islands Playhouse. Also, she continues to guest lecture in Stage Management in Drama 245 and assist various students with Stage Management issues as they arise in or out of the department.

Anne (Thompson) of Peterborough, was an undergrad in this department ('76-'78) working on 12 shows including 4 majors in 2 years, and winning the Department Production Award in '78. Thereafter she attended and graduated from the production course at The National Theatre School ('80). She later completed her Queen's B.A. by taking courses at York University between Stage Management contracts. Later she finished her Queen's B.A.H. and B.Ed, and a few months later Tristan, now 20, joined the family, followed two and ½ yrs later by Kayleigh, now 17.

Two Gentlemen of Verona

Anne stage managed in Peterborough for Arbour Theatre, in Grand Bend for Huron Country Playhouse, in Toronto for Tarragon, Phoenix, Theatre Plus, Nightwood, Adelaide Court, Black Theatre Canada and A.S.M.-ed in Montreal at Centaur Theatre, and at the Stratford Festival Theatre. In recent years, Anne has been stage managing at the Thousand Islands Playhouse with shows including Blithe Spirit, Private Lives, Office Hours, Ethan Claymore, You Can't Take It With You, Hayfever, The Secret Garden, Arms and the Man, The Sunshine Boys, The Ballad of Stompin' Tom, and The Molly Coddlers. She also has filled the role of replacement S.M / A.S.M. at TIP when others attend weddings or other such forseen and unforseen events.