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Payton Moledor is a professional director, choreographer, and producer currently serving as the Assistant Artistic Director at Mill Mountain Theatre in Roanoke, Virginia.

Payton has experience producing for 59E59 Theatres, Theater Alliance, and the University of Virginia Arts Board.

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM

Mill Mountain Theatre (Assistant Director)

Running May 8-16, 2021. Director Victoria Buck.

“Lord what fools these mortals be!” Audience members of all ages will escape to the enchanted forest in Shakespeare’s most beloved comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, where a feuding fairy king and queen cross paths with four runaway lovers and a troupe of actors trying to rehearse a play. What could possibly go wrong? All performances will be set outdoors in this innovative production, bringing the Bard’s classic comedy to life. This Pay What You Can performance will include the distribution of free books to students as part of our initiative connecting theatre to reading and literacy.

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VIRTUAL HOMECOMING CONCERT

Mill Mountain Theatre (Director)

Co-Director Christopher Castanho.

 

Created during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Mill Mountain Theatre’s Virtual Homecoming Concert featured fan-favorite MMT performers from Mamma Mia!, The Sound of Music, West Side Story, Next To Normal, and more. Actors reprised their beloved roles in this digital concert event on December 5th, 2020. This exciting evening was full of songs from Mill Mountain’s most popular past productions as well as music from the upcoming 2021 season, all presented by an all-star cast of everyone from Broadway veterans to local youth. 

DRIVING MISS DAISY

Andy Griffith Playhouse (Assistant Director)

Director John Adams.

 

OKLAHOMA!

Andy Griffith Playhouse (Choreographer)

Director Amanda Barnard.

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PRECIPICE

University of North Carolina School of the Arts (Choreographer)

Director Kelly Maxner. 

"Precipice" was originally set on a diverse ensemble of 20 female-identifying and non-binary performers at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. It focuses on the experience of teenage women on the precipice of adulthood and features spoken-word artistry from female-identifying artists. The piece explores the relationship between spoken word and movement and was presented as part of the ATLAS Ensemble New Works Festival and UNCSA HS Graduation Cabaret. 

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