Indian Summer Design Team
DANE LAFFREY (Scenic Design). Playwrights Horizons: sets for Iowa, The Christians. Broadway: set and costumes for Deaf West’s Spring Awakening, set for Fool for Love. Recent Off-Broadway: set and/or costumes for The Glory of the World (BAM Harvey), Cloud Nine (Atlantic), and work at Manhattan Theatre Club, Roundabout, Second Stage, Vineyard, Lincoln Center, MCC, Soho Rep., Rattlestick, Transport Group, many others. Regional work at Humana Festival, Mark Taper, Old Globe, Huntington, Goodspeed, Denver Center, Center Stage, Dallas Theatre Center, New York Stage & Film, others. International work: Tokyo, Oslo, Osaka, throughout Australia. Nominations for a Drama Desk Award and four Henry Hewes Awards.
KAYE VOYCE (Costume Design). Playwrights Horizons: The Great God Pan; Detroit; After the Revolution; Inked Baby; Fabulation; Mud, River, Stone. Broadway: The Real Thing, The Realistic Joneses, Shining City. Ms. Voyce’s designs for theater, opera, dance, and performance have been seen around the world. Recent work includes Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. (Soho Rep.), Signature Plays (Signature), Ironbound (Rattlestick/Women’s Project), Significant Other (Roundabout), Il Turco in Italia (Festival d’Aix, Teatro Regio Torino), and Richard Maxwell’s The Evening Part 1 (Walker Art Center, the Kitchen, Warhol Museum) and The Evening Part 2 (Museum of Contemporary Art Buenos Aires).
ERIC SOUTHERN (Lighting Design). Play-wrights Horizons: Pocatello. Other New York credits include Steve (New Group); Rimbaud in New York (Civilians, BAM); The Correspondent (Obie Award), The Few, (Rattlestick); Buyer & Cellar (London, New York, national tour); Judy (Page73); Collected Stories with David Lang (Car-negie Hall); Play/Pause with Susan Marshall and David Lang (BAM Next Wave Festival); and Paul’s Case, Good Swimmer (Prototype Festival). Exten-sive work internationally with the award-winning 600 Highwaymen. Also: Atlantic, Guthrie, Balti-more Center Stage, Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Virginia Opera, Long Wharf, Huntington, Clubbed Thumb, Dallas Theater Center. BFA, MFA: NYU.
STOWE NELSON (Sound Design). New York: Iphigenia in Aulis (Classic Stage Company); The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek, The Wayside Motor Inn (Signature Theatre); Buyer & Cellar (Barrow Street Theatre, national tour). Regional: Future Thinking (South Coast Rep), Ropes (Two River Theater Co.), 4000 Miles (Actors Theatre of Louisville), Clarkston (Dallas Theater Center). As a company member of The Mad Ones, he has designed sound for The Tremendous Tremendous, The Essential Straight & Narrow, and Samuel & Alasdair (NY IT Award, Drama Desk nomination). More info: www.wingspace.com/stowe.
KYLE GATES (Production Stage Manager). Playwrights Horizons: Placebo; Fly By Night; Mr. Burns, a post-electric play; Assistance; Milk Like Sugar; Go Back to Where You Are; A Small Fire; Clybourne Park; This. Broadway/Tour: Fool for Love (Friedman), The Country Girl (Jacobs), The Seafarer (Booth), Shining City (Biltmore), Brooklyn (1st national). Off-Broadway: MTC, Atlantic Theater Company, Roundabout, Second Stage, Signature Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Soho Rep., Public, more. Kyle is a new father with his amazing wife, Gudbjörg. Thank you, Colleen and Rachel.