The 2020 honorary degree was conferred by Yale University President Peter Salovey for Lee’s prolific influence on theater design.
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Members of the School of Drama’s costume and scene shops are putting their talents to use by making masks and face shields for local health facilities.
The Burry Fredrik Foundation has announced lighting designer Evan C. Anderson as the recipient of the 2020 Burry Fredrik Design Fellowship.
Harrington, a ground-breaking projection designer was hailed “the godmother of all projectors” by John Simon in New York magazine.
The play will be directed by Rory Pelsue (’18) and features costume design by Cole McCarty (’18) and sound by Kathy Ruvuna (’19).
The October 4 event in Los Angeles is a collaboration among the School, East Los Angeles College Theatre Arts Department, and Center Theatre Group.
The legendary designer and teacher will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award bestowed by the Henry Hewes Design Awards.
The new play is directed by Roy Steinberg (’78) and features costumes by Jess Goldstein (’78, Former Faculty).
Zuber, 14-time Tony nominee, describes where she gets her inspiration in designing for the Moulin Rouge! musical.