2014 Tony Winner For Best Scenic Design Speaking At Envision

Christoper Barreca

Winner of a 2014 Tony for Best Scenic Design of a Musical for his work on Rocky, Christopher Barreca will speak at the 2014 Envision Symposium, which explores the DNA of Storytelling, Design, and Technology. This high-octane symposium will be held September 11-13 in Monterey, CA, with Bran Ferren and Bob Bonniol serving as co-creative consultants. Register today to hear him speak! Learn about this amazing speaker below.

What's next: achieving individual artistic expression in a world of technological systems and processes. - Christoper Barreca

Christopher Barreca (Scenic Design) 200 Productions.  Broadway:  Musicals; Rocky, LaChiusa's, Marie Christine, Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Chronicle of a Death Fortold (American Theater Wing Award). Plays; Greenberg’s The Violet Hour, Korder’s Search and Destroy (Drama-logue Award), Wertenbaker’s Our Country's Good (Prague Quadrennial).  Off-Broadway; Musicals: LaChiusa's, Bernarda Alba, Plays; Fugard directing his, Train Driver, Blood Knot, Greenberg's Everett  Beekin and Three Days of Rain (Drama Desk Nomination),  Koltes's Roberto Zucco, Strelich’s Neon Psalms (American Theater Wing nomination) Skarmeta’s Burning Patience. Internationally;  King Lear, Dijon, France (Prague Quadrennial), Stephen  Dallane's Solo Macbeth,  Almeida theater, London.  Opera; Matsukaze, Lincoln Center and Spoleto Festival, Stephin Merritt's, Peach Blossom Fan (Prague Quadrennial), both directed by Chen Shi-Zheng, Leon/Soyenka's Scourge of Hyacinths, Munchener Biaennale, (BMW award nomination).  Dance; at the Joyce, Susan Marshall's Solo, Roman Oller's Good night Paradise,  Tears for Violeta. NEA, Arts in America grant Calcutta, India. Head of Scenic Design, CalArts.


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