Brad Hathaway

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Projecting Images To Match Debussy's Music At The San Francisco Symphony
"Projection designer" isn't a title you often see in the program of a concert at a major symphony orchestra. For that matter, neither is "director and designer." These titles showed up in the program for the San Francisco Symphony's "semi-staged" concert presentation of Debussy's "Le Martyre de Saint Sébastien" this January.
Merging Artistic And Management With The Contemporary American Theatre Festival
At some theatre companies, there’s the administrative side, and there’s the artistic side. At the Contemporary American Theatre Festival in West Virginia, the two are often merged.
Temporary Nomads With Tent No More: Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Oregon Shakespeare Festival moves back into the Bowmer Theatre after six weeks.
How Did Oklahoma! Sound In 1943?
Scott Lehrer works to make an amplified production of Oklahoma! show sound natural.
Sound Effects Star In A Wrinkle In Time
Matthew Nielson's sound design draws attention to itself for Round House Theatre's A Wrinkle In Time
Designing For A Split House For Afterlife: A Ghost Story
Martin Andrew designs sets for Afterlife premiere for Southern Rep's two-audience venue
Classic Comedy Costumes For A Doctor In Spite of Himself
Costume designer Elizabeth Caitlin Ward creates Molière's A Doctor In Spite of Himself
Design At "The O’Neill"? Yes, Indeed!
Designing sets for staged readings at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center in Waterford, CT
From Wicked to Wizard, ZFX’s Flying Directors Work the Ropes
He flies so that others may fly. They call him "Schu." He’s Jason Schumacher, one of ZFX Flying Effect's crew of ten flying directors
Suspended Cockpits Take Flight At McCarter Stage
There are three different stories being told in the David Shire, Richard Maltby, Jr., John Weidman musical Take Flight
Everyone On Stage, Please: Author, Composer, Designers Perform The Foocy
The cast of The Foocy includes the author, the composer, the scenic designer, and the designer of the costumes, puppets, and masks.
"Camera" Yes, But Definitely Not "Obscura"
Berkeley Rep Mounts Design-Intensive Premiere of Concerning Strange Devices from the Distant West
A Perpetual Bus & Truck
Arizona Theatre Company's Tale of Two Cities
Weightlessness Without Wires: Jim Kronzer and Charlie I. Miller Design Orbital Scenes
At least one patron returned to Denver this month just to see, as he put it, "how in the world they could stage this thing," the thing being When Tang Met Laika.
Art As Part Of The Set Design: Permanent Collection
Tony Cisek designs art gallery setting for Permanent Collection at Maryland’s Round House Theatre

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