Close Up On BPMC Speaker Driscoll Otto

Close Up On BPMC Speaker Driscoll Otto

Broadway Projection Master Classes speaker Driscoll Otto is a New York based lighting and projection designer

 with an MFA from NYU’s Tisch School of The Arts Department of Design for Stage and Film.

His projection designs have been seen in productions such as Baden Baden 1927 for Gotham Chamber Opera; Swing State for NYMF; Anthony and Cleopatra for Houston Shakespeare Festival; Sarah Ruhl’s Passion Play for Summer Repertory Theater; Hair for Alpine Theatre Project; and La Donna del Lago premiering at the Metropolitan Opera in 2015. Driscoll has been the associate or assistant projection designer on Elf, Evita, Anne, Rock of Ages, and Holler If You Can Hear Me.

His lighting designs have been seen at: The Little Shubert Theater; Ars Nova; Here; Slant Theater Project; La Mamma; Dixon Place; York Shakespeare Company; NYMF; Lincoln Center Jazz; Dance Theater Workshop; Ohio theatre Driscoll’s Opera work has been seen at Virginia Opera, NC Opera. Regional theatre lighting work includes productions at Dallas Theatre Center; Trinity Repertory Theatre; The Hangar Theater; Flatrock Playhouse; Reprise Theatre Company; Boise Contemporary Theatre; Houston Shakespeare Festival; Shakespeare Dallas; The Zach Scott Theater; Alpine Theatre Project; Utah Festival Opera; Plano Repertory Theatre and Northern Stage.

Hear Otto speak at the Broadway Projection Master Classes on Tuesday, June 3, 2014, 2:30pm-4:00pm:

DESIGNERS WHO DO DOUBLE DUTY: Driscoll Otto (lighting and projection designer) and Caite Hevner Kemp (scenic and projection designer) will discuss why they chose to pursue two different design disciplines and what their experience has been as designers who move back and forth (sometimes designing both at once).

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