1. "Postal" scene from Gay Rodeo By-Laws video sketchbook. Filmed at the Darrell K. Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas in February 2010. Featuring Joey "Hank" LePage and Jon Cook.

    This version was edited in July 2012 and includes subtitles.

    # vimeo.com/45838829 Uploaded 42 Plays 0 Comments
  2. The Difficulty of Crossing a Field, directed by Luke Leonard. Teaser for the 2010 production presented by The University of Texas at Austin Department of Theatre & Dance.

    Nominated for eight 2010 Austin Critics' Table Awards including "Best Opera," and ranked No. 4 on Robert Faires' "Top Ten Theatrical Wonders of 2010" (Austin Chronicle).

    April 23, 24, 28, 29, 30 & May 1 at 8:00 PM
    April 25 & May 1, 2 at 2:00 PM
    B. Iden Payne Theatre

    Libretto: Mac Wellman
    Composer: David Lang
    Director: Luke Leonard
    Music Director: Lyn Koenning

    Scene Design: Sonja Rainey
    Costume Design: Alison Heryer
    Lighting Design: Lih-Hwa Yu
    Sound Design: Billy Henry
    Stage Manager: Beth McCurdy
    Technical Director: Tramaine Berryhill
    Dramaturgs: Samantha Accetulli and M'bewe Escobar
    Choreographer: Alvin J Rangel
    Assistant Director: Joey le Page
    Movement Advisor: Natasha Davison
    Voice and Text Consultant: Barney Hammond
    Voice and Text Coach: Melissa Recalde

    Cast: Jennifer Adams, Morgan Beckford, Hallie Chaney, Gabriel Jason Dean, Michelle Flanagan, Julia Gytri, Glen Hall, Jenn Hartmann, John Hazlewood, Haley Hussey, Joey le Page, Stephen Naimoli, Bethany Renfro, Thomas Roduta, Chrissy Shackelford, Ben Schave, Daniel Sullivan, Travis Tate, Zach Ullah, Sarah Walker

    String Quartet:
    Amy Harris – Violin I
    Kevin Mendoza – Violin II
    Julie Keller – Viola
    Douglas Machiz – Cello

    # vimeo.com/15129296 Uploaded 396 Plays 0 Comments
  3. Filmed in 2010 at the University of Texas at Austin transmedia studio. An homage to Elliott Smith (1969 - 2003).

    # vimeo.com/45839797 Uploaded 46 Plays 0 Comments
  4. 59E59 Theaters, Studio C
    MAY 22 - JUN 3, 2012
    Monk Parrots presents

    Concept/Direction/Design by LUKE LANDRIC LEONARD
    Text by DAVID TODD
    Performance by MONK PARROTS


    A sixtysomething widow and country-music fan whips up a pudding and contemplates suicide in a quirky new play conceived, directed, and designed by Luke Leonard, with a libretto-text by David Todd, and performance by Monk Parrots.

    Supported by Foundation for Contemporary Arts, 59E59 Theaters, La MaMa ETC, Materials for the Arts, Mountain View Studios, Magnolia Bakery, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Dixon Place

    Associate Directors: Shaun Patrick Tubbs and Joey LePage
    Lighting Designer: Eric Nightengale
    Costume Designer: Jennifer Skura
    Sound Designer: Michael Howell
    Props Designer: Allee Ilardi-Lowy

    # vimeo.com/111945814 Uploaded 54 Plays 0 Comments
  5. Monk Parrots. All rights reserved. Copyright 2011.

    Featuring Monk Parrots: Nathan Baer, John Harmon, Eric Hunt, Mariah Ilardi-Lowy, Gates Leonard, Natalie Leonard, Joey Lepage, Clark Loeffler, Jessica Pohlman, Greg Skura, and Jennifer Skura.

    Concept, Stage Direction, and Production Design by Luke Leonard
    Made by Monk Parrots
    Music by Samuel Andreyev
    "The Grand Entry" Choreography by Elise Knudson
    Video Fractals ("Morning Flexion" and "Shoebox Shuffle") by Dane Hurt
    Michael Jackson scenic drop by Jennifer Skura
    Costumes by Jennifer Skura, Luke Leonard, and Annalisa Loeffler
    Stage Manager and Follow Spot Operator Catherine Giametta
    Gala Coordinator Jessica Pohlman

    GRBL Performance and Gala Supported by
    Capstone Equities
    Adelman Katz & Mond LLP
    Throckmorton Fine Art
    Corey Torpie Photography
    Chorus Vineyards
    Rossetta Wines
    Elie Tahari
    Nightmare Haunted House
    Moet Champagne

    # vimeo.com/24806259 Uploaded 86 Plays 0 Comments

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