Project SEE Theatre
Project SEE Theatre is a fellowship of artists dedicated to engaging our community through imaginative storytelling. We strive to explore the human condition through visceral, provocative theatre; theatre that entertains and electrifies; theatre that sooths and unsettles; theatre that is bold, intoxicating and fearless. We embrace, celebrate, and exploit those qualities that make theatre unique.
As educators and artists, we are unwavering in our commitment to ongoing theatre training in order to enrich our work and our community, cultivating ground for a new generation of theatre artists and a more diverse audience.
Meet the Founders
Sullivan Canaday White is a co-founder of Project SEE Theatre. She has worked in New York, Chicago, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and in her home state of Kentucky at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Some directing highlights include: Big Love, Burn This, boom, and The Twelve Dates of Christmas for Project SEE Theatre. Other favorite shows are: Lord of the Flies, Bake Off, Proof, Fool for Love, Baby with the Bathwater, the wind-chill factor, and Picasso at the Lapin Agile. Some educational directing highlights include: She Kills Monsters, Dying City, connect, The Laramie Project, The Liar and Aloha, Say the Pretty Girls. Learn more at www.sullivancwhite.com.
Evan Bergman co-founded Project SEE Theatre and in 2010, directed the company’s inaugural production of Steven Dietz’s Lonely Planet. He has acted in SEE’s productions of Big Love, Burn This, boom, and Ellis Island: A Dream of America and directed Lanford Wilson’s The Hot l Baltimore. Other Lexington theatres Evan has performed with include KCT’s SummerFest, Woodford Theatre, and Actors Guild. Prior to coming to Lexington, Evan lived in NYC where he trained at The Maggie Flanigan Studio in the Meisner approach to acting. While in NYC, Evan acted in mainly new works by developing playwrights at such theatres as Manhattan Rep, Manhattan Theatre Source, and The Abington. Regionally, Evan has performed with such companies as Virginia Repertory Theatre, Heritage Theatre Festival, and Shakespeare in Delaware Park. Evan has taught acting at Transylvania University, University of Kentucky, Ohio University, and University of Virginia, along with Kentucky Conservatory Theatre (KCT) and Woodford Theatre. Evan received his MFA in Acting from University of Virginia in 2016 and holds a BFA in Theatre from University at Buffalo. For more info about Evan, please visit his website. evanbergman.org
Ellie Clark is co-founder of Project SEE Theatre. Just this past Spring she graduated with her Masters of Fine Arts in Acting from Ohio University’s Professional Actor Training Program in Athens, OH. While attending OU she was the recipient of the Martha and Foster Harmon Fellowship for her “exceptional talent and dedication to the live theatre arts.” Born and raised in Lexington, KY, she is a graduate of the School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCAPA) and Paul Laurence Dunbar high school and received a BFA in Acting from the University of Kentucky. Ellie has worked with the prestigious Actors’ Theatre of Louisville in their yearlong apprentice program. She also Trained with New York’s SITI Company in their summer intensive where national and international artists took part in highly demanding physical work and theoretical research to generate original theatre pieces. As a ten-year resident of New York City she continued her training with the SITI Company in Viewpoints, Suzuki and Composition. Upon returning to Lexington Ellie acted as Education Director and Associate Producer for Woodford Theatre from 2013-2015. She is co-founder of the arts-meets-activism initiative The Girl Project. The Girl Project is a unique program designed to inspire, educate and empower girls of all ages to challenge the misrepresentation of girls and women in American media culture through performing arts education (www.thegirlprojectky.org). She also co-founded the Lexington Shakespeare Institute with her mother, Trish Clark, which came to be known as Kentucky Conservatory Theatre and she was a teaching artist with the program for nine years.
Ellie can be seen in multiple commercials through her independent artist work with Post Time Communications and has performed with many local and regional theatres in the Northeast and parts of the East Coast. Learn more at www.elliemclark.com.