DEBRA BOOTH

SET DESIGNER

Trojan Women

New York


Fordam Playwright Lab

Ellen McLaughlin, playwright

Rachel Dickstein, director

Katie Down, composer + music director

Sarah Sidman, lightng designer


WEBSITE IN PROCESS

STILL SORTING IT OUT.

coming up:

Sooner/Later, Mosaic Theatre


The Father

Washington DC


Studio Theatre

Florian Zeller, playwright

David Muse, director

Wade Laboissonniere, costume designer

Keith Parham,  lighting designer

Ryan Rumery, Composer


Small Mouth Sounds

Bathesda MD


Round House Theatre

Bess Wohl, playwright

Ryan Rillette, director

Debra Kim Sivigny, costume designer

York Kennedy,  lighting designer

Roc Lee, Sound Designer

Kelly Colburn, Projections Designer


Debra Booth has designed many stage productions both regionally and internationally including the world premiere operas, Marco Polo, composed by Tan Dun and directed by Martha Clarke commissioned by the Edinburgh Festival, produced by the Münchener Biennale, the Holland Festival, Munich State Opera, the Hong Kong Festival, New York City Opera and Music Theater Group.


Regionally, her work includes Richard III, The Lover and The Collection  for the Shakespeare Theatre, the premiere of Marisol for Hartford Stage and The Public Theatre in New York, Lost Boys of the Sudan for the Minneapolis Children’s Theater, I Just Stopped By to See the Man, for Milwaukee Rep.  Credits include a long and special relationship with Studio Theatre in Washington DC.  Work there includes:  Translations, Queen of Basel, If I Forget, Privates on Parade, The Shape of Things, Far Away, A Number, Caroline or Change, Fat Pig, the American premiere of Russian National Postal Service, This Beautiful City, Road to Mecca, Blackbird, Afterplay, Moonlight, Adding Machine: A Musical, Reasons to Be Pretty, Circle Mirror Transformation and many others.  Additional work includes Rough Crossing and the musical, Famous Orpheus for Geva Theatre; Spread Eagle by Jim Luigis at WPA Theatre in New York; Trying, The Illusion, The Baltimore Waltz, Happy Days and My Children, My Africa for Portland Stage; Pelléas and Mélisande directed by Chas Ryder-Sheiber for Skylight Opera; the New York premiere of Angels in America, Pt 1 for Juilliard; Game of Love and Chance for the Berkshire Theatre Festival; Broken Glass for the Philadelphia Theatre Company, for which she received a Barrymore Award nomination; and Moon for the Misbegotten, directed by Lloyd Richards at Yale Rep with Frances McDormand and David Strathairn. Debra has also worked with the Actors Studio in New York on the Salomé and Oedipus projects directed by Estelle Parsons and Al Pacino with, Dianne Wiest, Marissa Tomei and Al Pacino among others.  


Debra was the recipient DC Commission on the Arts Grant and  the National Endowment for the Arts/Theatre Communications Group Set Design Fellowship and is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama where she studied with Ming Cho Lee.  She is Director of Design at Studio Theatre in Washington DC.



Richard III

Washington DC


Shakespeare Theatre

William Shakespeare, playwright

David Muse, director

Murrell Horton, costume designer

Lap Chi Chu ,  lighting designer

Lindsay Jones, Composer and Sound Designer

Scott Suchman, Photos



Far Away

Washington DC


Studio Theatre

Caryl Churchill, playwright

Joy Zinoman, director

Helen Q. Huang, costume designer

Michael Lincoln ,  lighting designer




Sherlock Holmes

Dorset VT


Dorset Theatre Festival

Katie Forgett, playwright

Margarett Perry, director

David Toser, costume designer

Michael Giannitti,  lighting designer

Jane Shaw, sound designer




Bachelorette

Mead Theatre


Studio Theatre

Leslye Headland, playwright

David Muse, director

Jennifer Moeller, costume designer

Michael Lincoln,  lighting designer

Neil McFadden, sound designer




Mouse Trap

Dorset Theatre Festival


Agatha Christie, playwright

Paul Mullins, director

Barbara Bell, costume designer

Michael Giannitti,  lighting designer

Jill BC Du Boff, sound designer




Hard Problem

Studio Theatre


Tom Stoppard, playwright

Matt Torney, director

Sarah Cubbage, costume designer

Michael Giannitti,  lighting designer

James Bigbee Garver, sound designer




Cock

Studio Theatre


Mike Bartlett, playwright

David Muse, director

Alex Jaeger, costume designer

Colin K. Bills,  lighting designer

James Bigbee Garver, sound designer




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Marco Polo

Münchener Biennale

Commissioned by the Edinburgh Festival

Co-production der Beyerishchen

Staatsoper/LABOR, des Holland Festival,

Hong Kong Arts Festival, City Opera, NY



Tan Dun, composer

Paul Griffiths, Libretto

Martha Clarke, director

Jane Greenwood, costume designer

Stephen Strawbridge,  lighting designer





Privates on Parade

Washington DC


Studio Theatre

Peter Nichols, book

Denis King, music

Joy Zinoman, director

Jon Kalbfleisch, music director

Helen Huang, costume designer

Michael Lincoln, lighting designer

Gil Thompson, sound desginer