I was just informed that I’ve been nominated for a New Hampshire Theatre Award for this summer’s production of Doubt: A Parable. The ceremony is on February 6th.
I’ve just returned from designing Jasper Lake at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. The show went off pretty much without a hitch, and everyone was very proud of it once again. I also spent the week in a master class with Eric Cornwell, Beverly Emmons, Ken Billington, and Nancy Schertler, which was a lot of fun and a great learning experience.
Now I move on to The Laramie Project, which I’m designing here at the Boston University Theatre, which goes up May 5.
After that, I will be the Resident Lighting Designer for the Millbrook Playhouse in Mill Hall, PA, designing 8 shows in 2 spaces until Mid-August.
Barbizon will be presenting my display of Jasper Lake at the Cover the Walls exhibit at the USITT conference, happening this week in Toronto. If you’re there, you should check it out (and grab a resume while you’re at it). I, however, will not be there. Any comments or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
It’s official–Jasper Lake has won the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival National Playwrighting Award and Paula Vogel Playwrighting Award. As such It will be performing at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. on April 23 and 24. I will already be there for the lighting design competition, but will be staying a few extra days to get Jasper Lake up for the third time now.