San Jose Rep is presenting Making Tracks from Marching 19 to April 17 with lighting design by Lap-Chi Chu, set design by Blythe R.D. Quinlan and costume design by Lydia Tanji.
The new musical Dessa Rose at the Mitzi Newhouse Theater at Lincoln Center has sets by Loy Arcenas, costumes by Toni Leslie-James, lighting by Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer, and sound by Scott Lehrer.
The musical version of the Antonio Banderas movie, The Mambo Kings, is headed for the Broadway Theater in New York City and will have scenic design by Riccardo Hernandez, costumes by Ann Roth, and lighting by Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer.
William Finn's new off-Broadway musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, has scenic design by Beowulf Boritt, costumes by Jennifer Caprio, lighting design by Natasha Katz, with sound design by Dan Moses Schreier.
Dodger Stages is the home of Altar Boyz, which previously played at the New York Fringe Festival and has scenic design by Anna Louizos, lighting by Natasha Katz, costumes by Gail Brassard, and sound design by Simon Matthews.
Boozy: The Life and Death, and Subsequent Vilification of Le Corbusier and, More Importantly, Robert Moses at the Ohio Theater in New York City has scenic design by David Evan Morris, costumes by Jenny Mannis, lighting design by Juliet Chia, video design by Jacob Pinholster, and sound design by Bart Fasbender.
Kathie Lee Gifford's first foray into musical theatre, Under the Bridge, is playing at The Zipper Theatre and has scenic design by Jim Kronzer, costumes by Anne Kennedy, lighting by Chris Lee, and sound design by Kai Harada.
The Pillowman opens a the Booth Theatre on April 10th and features scenic and costume design by Scott Pask, lighting design by Brian MacDevitt, and sound design by Paul Arditti.
British import Shockheaded Peter returned to New York City's Little Shubert Theatre with scenic design by Julian Crouch and Graeme Gilmour, costumes by Kevin Pollard, and lighting by Jon Linstrum.
Thom Pain (Based on Nothing) at the DR2 Theater off-Broadway features scenic design by David Korins and lighting by Mark Barton.
The design team of David Rabe's Hurlyburly by The New Group includes Derek McLane (sets), Jeff Mahshie (costumes), Jason Lyons (lights) and Ken Travis (sound).
Michael Bottari and Ronald Case are designing the costumes and sets and Brian Sciarra is designing the lights for an original ballet for American Ballet Theatre's Studio Company entitled The Mornings After, that will premiere at the Jazz at Lincoln Center Theatre April 20 and 21st.