Scenographer Jason Simms has an interesting rule of thumb: “There isn’t anything I don’t want to do,” he says of his design career. “You have to be open to all possibilities. Otherwise you niche yourself into one area. When designing for theatre, I feel strongly about not locking yourself into one aesthetic. Be more of a chameleon, and serve the play or the performance as best as you can. Winner of the 2012 USITT Rising Star Award, Simms took a year off after receiving his undergraduate ...
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