SET: With 20+ year experience specializing in the visual and story development of theatrical produtions, immersive shows, themed environments, multimedia, and special events, Yael Pardess’ credits include George Gershwin Alone (Helen Hayes/Broadway), Richard the II (Mark Taper Forum), Mr. Chopin (touring show), King Hedley II (Philadelphia Theatre Comp), The Stone Witch (off Broadway), The Night is a Child (Pasadena Playhouse).

PROJECTIONS: Adam Flemming’s Projection Designer credits are lengthy and have garnered him 4 LA Stage Alliance Ovation Award Nominations (1 win), an LA Drama Critics Circle Distinguished Achievement in Video Design award, named StageSceneLA Projection Designer of the Year for three consecutive seasons, and before that Best Scenic design and Best Projection Design include Into the Woods at the Hollywood Bowl with the LA Philharmonic. In addition he is a coveted Visual Effect and Projection Designer for Walt Disney Imagineering.

LIGHTING: Early on in her career, Anne Militello was awardedthe prestigious “OBIE Award for Sustained Excellence in Lighting for Off-Broadway and Off-Off Broadway Theater” Internationally recognized, her noted theater work includes original productions with renowned directors Sam Shepard, Maria Irene Fornes, and David Lynch. She designed the Broadway debut performance of Robert DeNiro in Cuba and His Teddy Bear, and her work in opera is noteworthy for Christopher Alden’s production of The Flying Dutchman as well as the debut of Dulce Rosa for the Los Angeles Opera conducted by Placido Domingo.

COSTUME: Current costume designs by Karen Perry include “Resurrection” by Daniel Beaty dir by Oz Scott, the Mccarter Theatre’s “The Brother/Sister Trilogy”by Tarell McCraney and NYTW “Things of Dry Hours” by Naomi Wallace, dir Ruben Santiago Hudson. Costume design highlights from her long theatre career include NFT’s Paul Robeson, The Taking of Miss Janie, It’s Hasn’t Always Been This Way, Three Travelers and Salaam Huey P Newton, Crumbs for the Table of Joy, Raison in the Sun, Dancing on Moonlight, and Breathe Boom. Regional credits include 6 August Wilson productions – Gem of the Ocean, Piano Lesson, King HedleyII, Radio Golf, Two Trains Running, and Seven Guitars – the latter two garnered Ms Perry with both 2007 The Craig Noel Award of Theatre Excellence and the 2006 Audelco Award . Other awards earned include the 2006 “Woodie” Award; the 2005 National Black Theatre Festival’s recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award for Costume Design Excellence in American and Black Stage, Film and Television; and the 2008 Audelco Award for Signature Theatre’s production of ” The First Breeze of Summer”.

STAGE MANAGER: Steadily for the past 19 years, with 20+ years before that mixed in as an actor and director, John H. Freeland Jr. is a stage manager for live events in the United States and Europe including theatre productions, Music Festivals, Dance and Theatre Festivals, Tours Film an