Men On Boats Design Team
ARNULFO MALDONADO (Scenic Design) is a New York City-based set and costume designer. Playwrights Horizons: Iowa. Recent credits include Hillary and Clinton (Philadelphia Theatre Company), Macbeth (Old Globe), As You Like It (Baltimore Center Stage), Evita (Olney), and Judy (Page 73). New York credits include Baryshnikov Arts Center, BAM, Classic Stage Company, EST, HERE, Fisher Center for the Performing Arts, Soho Rep. Regional credits include Anchorage Opera, Barrington Stage Company, CenterStage, Central City Opera, Cleveland Play House, Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Peak Performances, Perseverance Theatre, San Francisco Ballet, Studio Arena, Two River Theater, Westport Country Playhouse. Arnulfo is a Clubbed Thumb Affiliated Artist, recipient of a Princess Grace Faberge Theater Award, and the Resident Scenic Designer at the National Playwrights Conference. MFA: NYU. www.arnulfomaldonado.com
ÁSTA BENNIE HOSTETTER (Costume Design). New York: Friend Art (Second Stage); The Way West (Labyrinth Theater Company); Smokefall (MCC); John (Signature); 10 out of 12, Generations (Soho Rep.); You Got Older, Here’s Hoover! (HERE); Men On Boats (Clubbed Thumb), The Essential Straight & Narrow (New Ohio). Regional: The Mystery of Love and Sex (Signature Theatre); 4000 Miles, After The Revolution (Baltimore Center Stage); Pinkolandia (Two River Theater); The Rake’s Progress (Curtis Institute). Member: minor theater, Target Margin Theater, The Mad Ones.
SOLOMON WEISBARD (Lighting Design) Solomon is Brooklyn-based and Oregon-born. Upcoming: Duat with Will Davis at Soho Rep. Recent NYC credits: Daniel Alexander Jones’ An Integrator’s Manual (La Mama); This Is the Color… (BAC/Door 10); Christina Anderson’s Hollow Roots (The Public / Under the Radar); The Film Society (Keen/Theatre Row), Owl Answers/Sun (Fordham); Cherry Smoke (Working Theater); The Pavilion (Barrow Group). Numerous sound, light, and movement works with rising and established composers, choreographers and theater-makers, including four new pieces as associate set designer with Bill T. Jones. MFA: Yale. Member: USA 829. www.solweisbard.com
JANE SHAW (Sound Design). Playwrights Horizons debut. New York: Ironbound (Women's Project, Rattlestick); The Killer (Theater for a New Audience); Women Without Men (Mint), New York Theater Workshop, Pearl. Regional: Hartford Stage, Cleveland Play House, American Repertory Theater. Recognition: Drama Desk, Bessie, Connecticut Critics Circle, Henry, Meet the Composer grant, Theatre Communication Group's Career Development Program, and nominations for two Lortels, Henry Hewes, and Elliot Norton awards. She was born in Kansas and lives in Brooklyn.
ERIN GIOIA ALBRECHT (Production Stage Manager). Playwrights Horizons: The Christians, Marjorie Prime. Broadway: Bullets Over Broadway, Matilda, Bronx Bombers, and Hands on a Hardbody. Off-Broadway: Red Speedo (NYTW); Abundance (TACT); Punk Rock, The Village Bike, The Third Story (MCC Theater); Venice (The Public); Bronx Bombers (Primary Stages). Regional: multiple productions at The Old Globe and La Jolla Playhouse, most recently John Leguizamo's Latin History for Morons. MFA, UC San Diego.