By Lila Rose Kaplan
At Geva Theatre in Rochester, NY
Directed by Shelley Butler. Lightng by Seth Reiser. Costumes by Lex Liang. With Sound Designer Kate Marvin and Magic & Illusion Designer Michael Weber.
by Kate Benson*. New Georges with Women's Project at City Center Stage II. Directed by Lee Sunday Evans*. Lighting by Barbara Samuels. Clothing by Kathleen Doyle. Sound by Brandon Wolcott. (* OBIE Award Winners!)
Photos by Heather Phelps-Lipton
At the Chocolate Factory. Choreography, direction, and performance: Anna Sperber. Music and performance: Gelsey Bell. Lighting design: Elliott Cennetoglu. Styling: Lydia Okrent.
Photos by Brian Rogers
By Philip Dawkins
Abdington Theatre Company.
Directed by Tony Speciale, Lighting by Zach Blane, Costumes by Hunter Kaczorowski, Sound Design & Original Music by Christian Frederickson.
Choreography and Direction: Juliana F. May. Performers: Lindsay Clark, Talya Epstein, Rennie McDougall, Kayvon Pourazar and Connor Voss. Music: Chris Seeds. Set Design: Sara C. Walsh. Lighting: Chloe Z. Brown. Costumes: Mariana Valencia.
Photos by Alex Escalante
by Anne Carson. Directed by Mark Cryer for Hamilton College. Lighting by Derek Van Heel. Video by Jeff Larson. Costumes by Amy Petta.
Photos by Jeff Larson and Derek Van Heel
Esperanza Spalding's Emily's D+Evolution. Designed and co-directed with Esperanza. Costumes by Diego Montoya.
Written by Christina Masciotti. Directed by Paul Lazar.
Produced by the Bushwick Starr and terraNOVA Collective. Lighting Design: Simon Harding. Costume Design: Jacob A. Climer. Sound Design: Ben Williams
Photos by Maria Baranova and T. Ryder Smith
Broadway storytelling meets immersive spectacle in this innovative house party musical by Kerrigan & Lowdermilk. Produced by Evan Bernardin, Zach Zamchick, Phoebe Dunn, and Matthew Hui.
The Bad Years workshop production. Directed by Stephen Brackett. Choreographed by Jennifer Jancuska. Lights by Jamie Roderick. See thebadyears.com for complete cast and crew.
Written and Directed by: Eric John Meyer and Jean Ann Douglass
Performers: Ben Beckley, Laura Campbell, Anne Gridley, David Skeist
Scenic and Costume Design: Sara C. Walsh
Lighting Design: Simon Harding
Sound Design: Chris Chappell
An immersive dance-theatre staging of the classic ballet that uses Tchaikovsky's music to depict the life-story of a woman (and dancer) named Clara. Performed in the cavernous Knockdown Center, Clara’s childhood, young adulthood, middle and old age appear simultaneously atop four different stages accompanied by live musicians.
Presented by JV Squad and Designated Movement in association with the Knockdown Center and Sprung Wood Solutions. Directed by Joshua William Gelb. Choreography by Katie Rose McLaughlin. Music Arrangements by Ian Axness. Lighting Design by Josh Smith. Sound Design by Gavin Price. Costume Design by Diego Montoya.
Photos as indicated by Maria Baranova.
By Liba Vaynberg & Emily Louise Perkins.
Directed by Inés Braun. Lighting by Cha See, Costumes by Dina El-Aziz, Sound by Asa Wember
Photos by Matthew Dunivan
by Arnold Wesker
directed by Geoff Sobelle at Bard College.
An enormous undertaking with cast of 27 students running a commercial kitchen that runs the 70 foot length of the theatre. With Chris Giarmo on sound, Eric Southern doing lights and clothes by Oana Botez.
Choreographer - Anna Sperber
Lighting design - Elliott Jenetopulos
Music - Ryan Sawyer
Costume Design and Fabrication - Christian Joy
Performers - Rebecca Breheney, Lizzie Feidelson, Michael Ingle, Jasmine Jawato, Emma Judkins, and Tara Willis
For Prize we created architecture that could be invisible. a gently shifting forest.
In the world premiere of Prize, a wild, natural and driving kinetic power emerges. The dancers navigate a psychologically viscous space within, outside, and between one another. The force of the piece contracts and expands from a centrifugal group power and from solos that emerge from these highly organized crystalline formations. In each solo, the dancer’s distinct approach to energy resonates as a powerful statement; some assertion of self - as though the dancer left a small trace of him or herself behind in the space. At times with a startling and singular quietness and focus, while others are wild and unhinged with an essential agitation that bubbles beneath the surface of the work, and exploding it in a moment of fracture.
By Eugene O'Neill.
A Columbia Stages production. Directed by Michael Rau. Lighting by Derek Wright. Clothing by Jessica Pabst.
Written by Barbara Weichmann. A student production at Whitman College in Walla Walla Washington, directed by Kristen Kosmas with sound design by Evan Mosher. Lighting Design by Everett Wild, Costumes by Robin Smasne
A 2012 production, premiered at The Kitchen in NY, subsequently toured to UCLA, Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, the Wexner Center, OH among others. Choreographed by Faye Driscoll and created by Faye and Jesse Zaritt. Lighting by Amanda K Ringger. Sound by Chris Giarmo.
Directed by Jeff Larson. Photos from the touring version of Get Mad at Sin! done in a revival tent. Examples include San Diego Museum of Art, Fusebox Festival in Austin TX and TBA festival in Portland, OR.
Milka Djordjevich + Chris Peck. Lights by Madeline Best.
Directed by Craig Latrell. Puppetry by Sara C Walsh. Lights by Derek VanHeel. Set Design by Jeff Larson.
A Michael Rau and Michael Yates Crowley extravaganza. Wolf 359 at IRT. Costumes by Valerie Bart. Lights by Derek Wright. Also remounted at Joe's Pub.
By Franz Xaver Kroetz
Directed by Sam Stonefield at Bard College. Lighting by Gina Scherr.
Nellie Tinder at the Brick
By Julia May Jonas; directed by Jess Barbagallo and Julia May Jonas. Assistant directed by Marisa Lark Wallin. Songs by Heather Christian. Costumes by Wendy Yang Bailey. Lights by Sarah Bruning Johnston
I was the Head of Design for Queen of the Night at the Diamond Horseshoe, an immersive circus/nightclub/food extravaganza. Created by Randy Weiner, directed by Christine Jones, set design by Douglas Little, interior design by Meg Sharpe, lighting design by Austin R Smith. Other collaborators include Giovanna Battaglia, Jennifer Rubell, Lorin Latarro, Steve Cuiffo and Shana Carroll.
Inspired by Herman Melville, written by Paul Cohen
A Woodshed Collective production aboard the Lilac, a 1920s lighthouse tender docked in the Hudson River. Directed by Michael Silverstone, Lauren Keating and Stephen Brackett. Scenic Design in collaboration with Gabriel H. Evansohn & Daniel Zimmerman. Lighting by Zack Brown. Clothing by Jessica Pabst.
William Shakespeare. At Classic Stage Company. Co-design with Amanda Rehbein. Directed by Jimmy Maize. Lighting, Projections and Photos by David Bengali.
Composed by Johann Strauss II
German libretto by Karl Haffner and Richard Genée.
Production at NYU's Steinhardt School. Directed by Michael Rau. Costumes by Valerie Bart. Lighting by Derek Wright
Music by Marc Shaiman
Lyrics by Scott Wittman and Shaiman
Book by Mark O'Donnell and Thomas Meehan
A Summer Repertory production in Santa Rosa, CA. Directed by James Newman. Lighting by Samantha Treible.
by Anton Dudley. At Stella Adler Studios. Directed by Stephen Brackett. With Costumes by Jessica Pabst and Lights by Eric Southern.
at Dance Theatre Workshop. Choreographed by Faye Driscoll and created by Faye in collaboration with the performers. Lighting by Amanda K. Ringger. Clothes by Machine Dazzle. Sound by Brandon Wolcott. Photos by Yi-Chun Wu.
by Kate Marks
A KNF Co. production at the Mint Theatre directed by Heidi Handlesman. Lighting by Rebecca Makus. Clothing by Jessica Pabst. Projections by Alex Koch. Puppets by Andy Toad.
Photos (mostly) by Marcus Woollen.
A physical reenactment of an auditory experience by Jimmy Swaggart. At the Chocolate Factory. Directed by Jeff Larson, starring Andrew Dinwiddie. Lighting by Chloe Z. Brown. Sound by Jon Moniaci.
By Johannes Brahms
An NYU Steinhardt School production at the Provincetown Playhouse. Devised and directed by Michael Rau. Lighting by Derek Wright. Clothing by Valerie Bart.
By Eric John Meyer
At The Brick theatre in Brooklyn, NY. Directed by Jess Chayes. Lighting by Derek Wright. Remounted at the 4th St. Theatre.
By Sophocles, Adapted by Anne Carson
A student production at Bard College, NY directed by Kate Movendecker. Lighting by Gina Scherr.
By August Wilson
A production at New York University directed by Benny Sato Ambush. Lighting by Zack Brown. Clothing by Jenifer Nweke.
At the Chocolate Factory. Choreographed by Pele Bauch. Lighting Design by Vinnie Vigilante. Sound by Mike Rugnetta. Set and Costumes by SCW.
by William Shakespeare
A production at the Juilliard School directed by Ralph Zito. Lighting by Betsy Adams. Clothing by Annie Kennedy. Produced in rep with Merchant of Venice.
Choreographed by Faye Driscoll and created by Faye in collaboration with the dancers: Michael Helland, Celia Rowlson-Hall and Nikki Zialcita. New York Dance and Performance Award ("Bessie") Winner. Named "one of the top 5 dance shows of 2008" by the New York Times. Performed first at HERE Arts Center, 2009. Photos by Steven Schreiber.
An adaptation of Anton Chekhov's The Seagull
A One Year Lease production at the Bushwick Starr. Directed by Michael Rau. Lighting by Derek Wright. Clothing by Jessica Pabst.
by August WIlson
A Summer Repertory production in Santa Rosa, CA. Directed by LA Williams. Lighting by Samantha Treible.
By William Shakespeare
A production at the Juilliard School directed by Gus Kaikkonen. Lighting by Betsy Adams. Clothing by Anne Kennedy. Produced in rep with Othello
New Georges JAM ON TOAST at Dixon Place. Directed by Jess Chayes. Lights by Barbara Samuels. With help from the amazing Heather Piper.
Production and Puppet Design. Written by Scott Adkins, with music by Alaina Ferris. Directed by Mia Rovegno. With KatieRose MacLaughlin, Andrew Sheron, Johnny Gasper, Jean Grant. Video from NACL workshop. Produced in conjunction with St Ann's Puppetlab.
Directed by Craig Latrell. Lights by Derek VanHeel, Video by Jeff Larson.
Theatre at Monmouth, ME. Directed and adapted by Heidi Handelsman, Costumes by Elizabeth Rocha, Lighting by Jim Alexander. Photos by Aaron Flacke