The designer’s friend, colleague, and mentee recalls him as a tirelessly busy, no-fuss genius who cherished real materials and was always ready with a brilliant drawing or model.
How a Shakespeare in the Park production taught this designer that ‘political theatre’ could mean something different for Black and white Americans.
A new site celebrates the designs for canceled productions and offers a peek behind the scenes.
A new script’s path from playwright’s head to design shop is paved with a-ha (and uh-oh) moments.
He treats design—from’ Sweeney Todd’ to ‘Saturday Night Live’—as a puzzle to be solved.