Primary Audio Describer
Cori has provided description for Moonbox, the Huntington Theatre Company, Wheelock Family Theatre, Open Door Theater, New Rep (and their touring company Classic Rep), VSA of MA, Liars and Believers, Bridge Multimedia, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, and Harvard Business School. She has presented about audio description for live theatre for the Mass. Cultural Council’s UP initiative, for CANE (Cultural Access New England), and led pre-show touch tours at the A.R.T. In the early days of WGBH’s Descriptive Video Service, she wrote description for many PBS programs and movies for home video. More recently, she has performed narration of description at DVS for a catalog of Paramount Pictures films.
Secondary Audio Describer
Ruth Celia Kahn, secondary audio describer, is thrilled to be back at WFT@BU, partnering with Cori Couture! Most recently, Ruth secondary-described ELEPHANT AND PIGGIE’S “WE ARE IN A PLAY” and WILLY WONKA at Wheelock, and primary descrsibed The Seven Fingers’ “Passengers” for ArtsEmerson and “Oklahoma” at The Weston Playhouse in Vermont. This season, Ruth is joyfully looking forward to describing more productions at WFT@BU, Huntington, and ArtsEmerson, and collaborating with Boston’s wonderfully talented audio describers. When not audio describing, Ruth captions performances at WFT, sings, co-coordinates the Patient Family Advisory Council at Boston Medical Center, and enjoys the antics of birds and bunnies in her back yard.
Heather Radovich is a stage and production manager originally from the San Francisco Bay Area. Recent credits include stage manager for Nixon’s Nixon (New Repertory Theatre), stage manager for The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged), Pride & Prejudice (Actors’ Shakespeare Project), stage manager for Power Play (Shakespeare Now! Theatre Company), and stage manager for Priscilla Beach Theatre’s 2018 season. Heather also works as the production manager here at Wheelock Family Theatre @ Boston University. She received her MFA in stage management from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and her BA in technical theatre from Sonoma State University. Heather is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association. www.heatherradovich.com
Kelly S. Kim
is thrilled to be designing Ragtime here at Wheelock Family Theatre at Boston Unviersity. Zoe had been working in the New York City TV and fashion industry for 10 years before spending a year in Clarksdale, MS as a river guide on the Mississippi River. She returned to theater and Boston in 2016 to begin work at WFT@BU. Favorite experiences include TLC’s What Not To Wear, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and In the Heights at WFT@BU and Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer. Since 2014, Zoe has been teaching costume design and fashion at various summer camps around Boston, as well as throughout the school year at Cambridge School of Weston. Thank you to the incredibly talented team and crew here at WFT@BU, Nick Vargas for making life easier and leading the charge. Gratitude and love to her family and community of artists and friends.