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A Virtual Celebration of Ming Cho Lee
Please join us for a virtual conversation with Montana Blanco, Jane Greenwood, and Michael Kahn, celebrating Ming Cho Lee – mentor, colleague, and friend. Register below to receive your Zoom link.

Mar 11, 2021 06:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Montana Levi Blanco
Costume Designer
Montana is a NYC based costume designer from Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is a graduate of Oberlin College & Conservatory of Music, Brown University, and the Yale School of Drama. He was also the 2012 Robert L. Tobin Curatorial Intern at the McNay Art Museum.
Jane Greenwood
Costume Designer
Jane Greenwood holds the distinction of Professor Emeritus, Yale University School of Drama, where she taught from 1976 to 2019. In her own words, "Designing went hand in hand with teaching . A two-way street." She trained in England at the Central School of Arts and Crafts. In 1963, Jane designed her first Broadway play, Ballad of the Sad Cafe. More than 150 productions later, her most recent designs are for Plaza Suite, delayed in 2020 but now slated to begin its Broadway run in late 2021.
Michael Kahn
Artistic Director, Educator
FMR Artistic Director Tony Award winning Shakespeare Theatre Company; FMR Artistic Director McCarter Theatre; FMR Artistic Director American Shakespeare Theatre; FMR Founder and Director Chatauqua Theatre and School; FMR Artistic Director The Acting Company; Founding Faculty and FMR Director of Juilliard Theatre School, Founder, Academy for Classical Acting at the George Washington University, FMR faculty, NYU, Princeton, Circle in the Square. Installed in the Theatre Hall of Fame, Installed as a Companion of the British Empire (CBE).