New York University Department for Stage and Film holds its NYU holds it MFA graduating class Design Show May 5 to 13 at Tisch School of the Arts. Nineteen designers—five set, one film, seven costume, and six lighting—will share portfolios, starting with a preview on Tuesday, May 5 from 3 to 5pm, followed by an opening reception from 5 to 8pm. The graduating students work will also be on display daily from noon to 8pm from May 6 to 13.

In addition to the opening reception and sessions, the students will present their work at another session on Saturday, May 9 from 2 to 5pm. All sessions will be held at Tisch School of the Arts, Department of Design for Stage and Film, 721 Broadway (between Waverly and Washington Place), on the third floor. Admission is free and open to the public. For more
information, call (212) 998-1950 or email tisch.design@nyu.edu.

Here’s a sampling of some of the student’s work…

Journey of the Fifth Horse
Director: Michael Sexton
Set: Laura Jellinek
Costumes: Caitlin O'Connor
Lighting: Mike Inwood
TSOA Graduate Acting in association with the Department of Design for Stage and Film
Photo: Ella Bromblin
Canticle
Walker Theater
Director: Rubén Polendo
Scenery: Jason Simms
Costumes: Caitlin O'Connor
Lighting: Adam Greene
TSOA Graduate Acting in association with the Department of Design for Stage and Film
Photo: Ella Bromblin
Salome by Richard Strauss, concept design at State Theatre/Lincoln Center
Set Designer: Gian Marco Lo Forte
Picnic
Director: Janet Zarish
Lighting Designer: Greg Goff
Scenic Designer: Bradley Schmidt
Costume Designer: Malgosia Turzanska
Photo: Ella Bromblin
TSOA Graduate Acting in association with the Department of Design for Stage and Film
St. Joan
Lighting: Xavier Pierce
Costumes: Kara Harmon
Set: Eli Kaplan (student in undergraduate drama- not a MFA design student)
TSOA Department of Undergraduate Drama
Sellem from The Rake's Progress
Lara de Bruijn, costume designer
The Little Mermaid, Water
Nicole Wee, costume designer