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(Bio as of October 2013)
Todd Rosenthal has designed scenery for 14 productions at the Goodman. Recent and upcoming designs include Luna Gale and Venus in Fur at the Goodman; Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf at the Booth Theatre on Broadway; The Qualms at Steppenwolf; Born Yesterday at the Guthrie Theater; The Beauty Queen of Leenane at Theatre Royal in Ireland; Domesticated at Lincoln Center; August: Osage County at Sydney Theatre Company in Sydney, Australia, and the National Theatre in London; Tribes at Berkeley Rep; Stephen King and John Mellencamp’s Ghost Brothers of Darkland County at the Alliance Theatre; A Parallelogram at the Mark Taper Forum and Mother Courage at Arena Stage. He received a Tony Award for August: Osage County, and a Tony nomination for The Motherfu**er with the Hat. Mr. Rosenthal was an exhibitor at the 2007 Prague Quadrennial International Exhibition of Scenography and Theatre Architecture in the Czech Republic, and designed MythBusters: the Explosive Exhibition and Sherlock Holmes the Science of Deduction museum exhibition. Accolades include: Laurence Olivier Award, Ovation Award, Helen Hayes Award, Los Angeles Back Garland Award, Jeff Award and a Michael Merritt Awards for Excellence in Design and Collaboration. He is an associate professor at Northwestern University and a graduate of the Yale School of Drama. toddar.com
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