This summer and fall have been a time of change for me as I have moved from Ohio, to the Berkshires, to Southwestern Florida, all in the space of just a few months. In the Berkshires, I worked as an assistant designer for several mainstage shows, including A Little Night Music, Seussical, Cedars, and A Hatful of Rain.
Seussical the Musical, from onstage at the Colonial Theater
During Tech for Cedars at the Fitzpatrick Mainstage
My latest chapter in Fort Myers FL has been interesting so far, as I have been working in their smaller studio "Artstage" space, and will soon be opening the regional premiere of Tribes. While I have been keeping busy day to day programming and setting up Florida Repertory's shows, I have also been keeping busy with my own designs. My Alma Mater, the College of Wooster, asked me to come back and design the lighting for their production of Scapin. I was very excited to do this show, as I have not had the opportunity to work on a bright comedy of this nature. It was great to go back and work with some familiar faces as well. If you want to see more pictures, I have already added them to my website. Thanks to Sidney Martin for the pictures.
The Marquee of the Historic Arcade Theatre, home of the Florida Repertory Theatre
Being surrounded by the beauty of Florida is not a bad perk