Selected projects:

Party People

Universes and Liesl Tommy created this one of a kind theater event supported by a superb creative team and cast. The play, which is interspersed with musical numbers has an unsual structure and chronology. It required inventive visual support to be true to the director's and Universes' intentions.  Original imagery, historical quotes and discrete variations of live camera feeds are utilised to evoke time, location, purpose.

Mary Page Marlowe

A collaboration with Steppenwolf theater for Tracy Lett's new play about an ordinary Ohio accountant. Directed By Anna D. Shapiro, the play's unsual structure and chronology required inventive visual support to be true to Lett's objectives. Original Imagery is utilised to evoke time and location as well as to create a subtext during the various transitions.

A Confederacy Of Dunces

World premiere of Jeffrey Hatcher's stage adaptation of O'Tool's Pulitzer winning cult novel at the Huntington theater in Boston. Projections provide New Orleans grit and character for Ignatius O'Reilly's character as portrayed by Nick Offerman.


Another collaboration with Ted Huffman, Zack Winokur: This time at the opera festival in Aix En Provence for Ana Sokolovic's spellbinding one act a capella opera "Svadba". Subtle projected shapes are combined with Marcus Doshi's lighting to shape the architecture of the playing space in order to create a beautiful understated setting that lets the six woman's characters and voices inhabit the stage with maximum support and minimal obstruction.

Mat Franco - Magic Re-invented Nightly

Las Vegas residency for Mat Franco: AGT 2014 winner and the first magician ever to do so. Opened at the Linq Theatre on the Las Vegas strip in August 2015

Director: Vincent Marini

Set Design: Robert Brill

Lighting: Stephen Terry

Sound: Nick Kourtides

Hydrogen Jukebox

In the minimalist staging of this Skylight Music Theatre production lighting and projection are tightly intervwoven to define spaces and locations as well as  light the singers in Ted Huffman's and Zack Winokur's bold production. Text from Ginsbergs poetry is shown in many variations to connect Glass's music with the words of the poet without appearing like surtitles.

Conducted by Viswa Subbaraman

Directed by Ted Huffman and Zack Winokur

Lighting: Carrie Cavin

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Julie Taymor’s production was conceived as a “fantasia of light and shadow”. Projection is tightly intervwoven with lighting and set elements. The design features starkly contrasty imagery that borrows its appearance from traditional silhouettes, cut outs as well as real flowers, ferns, roots and branches. The surfaces consist of moving fabrics, wall surfaces and thin air. All projected elements move, sway, rise or fall, blur or sharpen, appear and disappear to give the design a dream like quality.

Directed by Julie Taymor
Set: Es Devlin
Choreography: Brian Brooks
Costumes: Constance Hoffmann
Lighting: Don Holder
Sound: Matt Tierney
Aireal Design: Airealistic

In The Garden Of Dreams

This show intertwines intimate solo piano and vocal works of Johannes Brahms and Arnold Schoenberg with light and projections on a set designed as both sculpture and surface. The script, sound collage and imagery draw on Freud's The Interpretation of Dreams, Strindberg's A Dream Play, Max Klinger's Brahms-Phantasie and the erotic paintings of Gustav Klimt.

Conceived and directed by Sarah Rothenberg

Lighting and Set: Marcus Doshi

The Teaser I made for the show on Vimeo

Moses - Die Zehn Gebote

German language musical about Moses' and the Israelites' journey to freedom and to the promised land. Music by Dieter Falk, book and lyrics by Michael Kunze.  Opened at the St.Gallen Theater, Switzerland on February 24th 2013

Director: Martin Duncan

Choreographer: Nick Winston

Set Design: Francis O'Connor

Lighting: Michael Grundner

Costumes: Joan O'Clergy

A Carol For Cleveland

World premiere of Eric Cobles stage adaptation of Les Roberts popular novella at Cleveland Play House.

A christmas story by Clevelanders for Clevelanders. Original imagery that celebrates Cleveland, its past and the 1970s projected on moving panels and a back projection screen to complement the physical scenery.

Director: Laura Kepley

Set Design: Antje Ellermann

Lighting: Paul Miller

Costumes: Jeffrey Van Curtis

Sound: Jane Shaw


New Play by Christopher Hampton. World Premiere at the Guthrie Theatre.

Director: David Esbjornson

Set Design: Tom Lynch

Lighting: Jeff Croiter

Costumes: Michael Krass


Stage adaptation of the Disney cult movie into a stage musical. Music, book and lyrics by Alan Menken, Harvey Feinstein and Jack Feldman respectively. Opened At the Nederlander Theatre on Broadway March 28th 2012

Director: Jeff Calhoun

Choreographer: Christopher Gatelli

Set Design: Tobin Ost

Lighting: Jeff Croiter

Costumes: Jess Goldstein

Wonderland (Broadway)

New Broadway Musical with music by Frank Wildhorn, lyrics by Jack Murphy and book by Gregory Boyd and Jack Murphy. Opened at the Marquis Theatre, April 17th 2011.

Director: Gregory Boyd

Choreograhy: Marguerite Derricks

Set design: Neil Patel

Lighting: Paul Gallo

Costumes: Susan Hilferty

Sound: Peter Hylinsky

Rebecca (Germany)

Musical by Levy and Kunze based on Daphne du Maurier's famous novel. Opened at the Apollo Theatre Stuttgart, Germany November 2011 An English production is slated for the fall 2012

Director: Francesca Zambello

Set Design: Peter Davison

Lights: Mark McCullough

Sound: Hendrik Maasen

Woman On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown

WOMEN ON THE VERGE OF A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN is a new musical based on the film by Pedro Almodóvar. Directed by Tony Award Winner Bartlett Sher with a book by Jeffrey Lane and music and lyrics by David Yazbek.

Sets: Michael Yeargan

Lighting: Brian MacDevitt

Costumes: Cathrine Zuber

Sound: Scott Lehrer

Choreography: Christopher Gatelli


Re-imagined off-broadway revival of "Carrie" with a book by Lawrence D. Cohen, lyrics by Dean Pitchford, and music by Michael Gore.

Director: Stafford Arima

Choreographer: Matt Williams

Set Design: David Zinn

Lighting: Kevin Adams

Costumes: Emily Rebholz

Sound: Jonathan Deans

Wonderland 2009

New Musical with music by Frank Wildhorn, lyrics by Jack Murphy and book by Gregory Boyd and Jack Murphy. Opened in Tampa Bay, December 2009. Transfers to Abbey Theatre, Houston, Januery 2010.

Director: Gregory Boyd

Set design: Neil Patel

Lighting: Paul Gallo

Costumes: Susan Hilferty

Sound: Jon Weston.

My Own Song

A new musical starring four-time Las Vegas Entertainer of the Year Clint Holmes. The show features a book by Clint Holmes and Vincent Marini, music by Nelson Kole and Bill Fayne, and lyrics by Clint Holmes. The musical is inspired by Clint's life story and is a quintessential American story about one man's journey to self-discovery and understanding.

director: Vincent Marini

set design: Dennis Maulden

lighting : Chris Lee

Sound: Nick Koutrides

costumes: Janine McCabe

choreography: Greg Daniels


Re-imagined version of the 'Kirov' Ring cycle. Conducted by Valerie Gergiev. Opening July 2009 in St.Petersburg and London.

Director: Alexander Zeldin

Design: George Tsypin

Lights: Gleb Filshtinksy

Costumes: Tania Naginova


Swan lake

Helgi Tomasson's spectacular new staging of Swan Lake at San Francisco Ballet. Opened February 21st 2009.

Set Design: Jonathan Fensom

Lights: Jennifer Tipton

The Blue Rider in performance

Multidisciplinary performance exploring Kandinsky's journey to abstraction. Directed by pianist Sarah Rothenberg. In co-operation with the Guggenheim Museum NYC  at the Miller theatre, NYC in September 2009 and Cullen Theatre, Houston, 2011

Set and Lights: Marcus Doshi



New York's Theatre For A New Audience's first staging of Shakespeare's most popular and controversial play. Starring Christian Camargo. New York Times review here.

Director: David Esbjonson.

Design: Antje Ellermann

Lights: Marcus Doshi

Sound: Jane Shaw

The Sea

New staging of Edward Bond's classic play at London's Haymarket Theatre in February 2008.

Director: Jonathan Kent

Set Design: Paul Brown

Lighting: Mark Henderson

Sound: Paul Groothius

The Little mermaid

Musical adaptation of the popular Disney movie, directed by Francesca Zambello, opened on Broadway January 2008.

Director: Fancesca Zambello

Set Design: George Tsypin

Lights: Natasha Katz

Sound: John Shivers

Only The Brave

A new Musical by Brind, Coleman, Wagstaff about a band of brothers during the world wars, performed at the Edinburgh fringe in August 2008.

Director: Steve Marmion

Set Design: Morgan Large

Lights: Matt Haskins

Sound: Chris Full

A Disappearing Number

Multi-award winning show with Simon McBurney's world-renowned company complicitè. Originally opened at Theatre Royal Plymouth, UK in April 2007. Still touring worldwide. Watch the trailer here

Director: Simon Mc Burney

Design: Michael Levine

Lights: Paul Anderson

Sound: Chris Shutt

Measure for Measure

Seminal Production of Shakespeare's play directed by Complicite's Simon McBurney, performed originally at National Theatre, London in April 2004. Toured worldwide until 2006.

Set Design: Tom Pye

LIghts: Paul Anderson

Sound: Chris Shutt


Musical by Levy and Kunze based on Daphne du Maurier's famous novel, running at the Raimundt Theatre, Vienna since September 2006. An English production is slated for 2010.

Director: Francesca Zambello

Set Design: Peter Davison

Lights: Andy Voller

Sound: Hendrik Maasen


A new staging of D'Albert's classic Opera, first performed at Zurich Opera House in June 2006, then 2008 in Barcelona.

Director: Matthias Hartmann

Set Design: Volker Hintermaier

Lights: Juergen Hoffmann

Costumes: Su Buehler


New musical by Boublil, Schoenberg and Legrand. Opened at London's Haymarket Theatre, May 2008 and in Japan in January 2009.

Director: Jonathan Kent

Set Design: Paul Brown

Lighting: Mark Henderson

Sound: Paul Groothius


New play by Terrence McNally, starring Angela Lansbury and Marian Seldges. At the Music Box Theatre, Broadway May 2007.

Director: Michael Blakemore

Set Design: Peter Davison

Lighting: Mark Henderson

Sound: Paul Charlier

Hinter Masken

A short new Opera by Anno Schreier, which has taken its inspiration from a short story by Haruki Murakami. Opened January 25th at the Zurich Opera House.

Director:Claudia Blersch.

Set Design: Joerg Zielinski

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