YERMA @ the Park Avenue Armory, March 23-April 21, 2018:
Associate Lighting Director for the Park Avenue Armory's presentation of the Young Vic's Yerma. Federico García Lorca’s 1934 devastating drama is radically reimagined by Australian director and dramatist Simon Stone, who transforms the achingly powerful tale of a provincial Spanish woman’s desperate desire to have a child into a parable of modern life.
Lighting Director: Aaron Copp.

SANKOFA @ MainStage, Williams College, April 6 - 7, 2018:
Performance of Sankofa, the College's step team, on the MainStage.
Lighting by Kate Ashton.

SARAH BERGES DANCE @ the Martha Graham Studio, April 13 - 15, 2018:
Choreographed by Sarah Berges. 
Lighting by Kate Ashton.

CODA @ MainStage, Williams College, April 20 - 21, 2018:
Performance of the Contemporary Dance Ensemble on the MainStage.
Lighting by Kate Ashton.

KUSIKA @ MainStage, Williams College, May 4 - 5, 2018:
African Dance ensemble Kusika performs with the Zambezi Marimba Band on the MainStage.
Lighting by Kate Ashton.

A PRELUDE TO THE SHED @ the Shed, May 1 - 13, 2018:
Lighting supervisor for this pre-opening event. 
From May 1 to 13, The Shed will present A Prelude to The Shed, a free, multi-arts event on an undeveloped lot at Tenth Avenue and 30th Street in Manhattan, one block from its permanent home opening in 2019.
A transformable structure is as vital to the architecture of Prelude as it is for The Shed, a building designed to flexibly accommodate multiple artistic disciplines under one roof. Kunlé Adeyemi of NLE Works has collaborated closely with Tino Sehgal to design a temporary space in which dancers move and reconfigure the structure in a fluid integration of architecture and choreography.

ALL I WANT IS ONE NIGHT @ 59 E 59 Theatres, June 5 - July 1, 2018:
In the heady atmosphere of 1930s Paris, cabaret sensation and sex symbol Suzy Solidor thrilled audiences nightly with her performances of erotic lesbian songs. This intimate show transports the audience back to a night in her club at the height of her career. Suzy’s portrait is painted anew, in an intimate and emotional journey from her heyday in the club - where her risqué songs are performed in English for the first time - to her cross-dressed old age in the south of France. Part of the Brits off Broadway Festival at 59 E 59 Theatres. 
Written and Performed by Jessica Walker. 
Music Director: Joe Atkins.
Lighting by Kate Ashton.

ROSSINI'S IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA @ Wheeler Opera House, Aspen Music Festival in Aspen, CO, July 12, 14, 16, 2018:
In one of the world’s most popular comic operas, a cunning barber helps a young ward escape from the custody of her guardian and into the arms of a noble suitor. Full of disguises and clever misdirection, this Rossini masterpiece boasts some of opera’s most recognizable melodies and characters.
Directed by Edward Berkeley. 
Conducted by Christopher Allen.
Lighting by Kate Ashton.

OFFENBACH'S LES CONTES D’HOFFMANN @ Wheeler Opera House, Aspen Music Festival in Aspen, CO, August 14, 16, 18, 2018:
An eccentric writer’s fanciful stories of failed love take center stage in this darkly comedic adventure. Offenbach’s journey though lost love creates a combination of emotional depth and musical brilliance.
Directed by Edward Berkeley. 
Conducted by George Manahan.
Lighting by Kate Ashton.