Tony Award-winning scenic designer for The Drowsy Chaperone, David Gallo heads the faculty for the Scenic Design Master Classes in NYC on October 2 & 3, and is also a featured speaker at the event:

Title of Session: The Nuts and Bolts of Broadway

What’s It All About: It's about the practical side of our jobs: booking the job, how the studio works, interactions with shops, general managers, producers, props, etc.

Most Recent Project: Nine in Manila

First Big Break: Machinal at NYSF (Public Theater) directed by Michael Grief

Influences: Jo Mielziner, Robert Edmond Jones, and my kids

Favorite Design Of All Time: Jo Mielziner's Death Of A Salesman

What Do You Most Like To Do When Not Working: Scuba diving

Register today to get an exciting new angle on scenic design, plus a ticket to see the Broadway musical, Nice Work If You Can Get It. All at the Scenic Design Master Classes in NYC.

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