Scenic and Projection Designer

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Brooklyn and Hartford Based Scenic and Projection Designer

 

 

Tim Brown is a Brooklyn and Hartford, CT based scenic and projection designer. He recently designed the set for J Cole's 2014 Forest Hills Drive Tour and the Roundabout Theatre Company world premiere production of Ugly Lies the Bone. His scenic design for The Master Builder at Yale Repertory Theatre received a Connecticut Critics Circle Award Nomination and was featured in American Theatre Magazine, and the 2011 Prague Quadrennial. He has been an Associate and Assistant Scenic and Projection designer for Broadway and Off-Broadway productions including Driving Miss Daisy, Macbeth, Little Miss Sunshine, Little Foxes and productions at the Signature and Public Theaters. He has also designed productions at Columbia University, Barnard University, University of Connecticut, Interact Theatre Company, Harlem Stage, Yale School of Drama, Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts, and The Redhouse Arts Center where he is a resident designer. Recently he was the video designer for Holding it Down: The Veterans' Dream Project, a concert curated from interviews with returning veterans from the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars, composed by Vijay Iyer and Mike Ladd. In 2012 he was a finalist in Opera America’s Robert L.B. Tobin Director-Designer Showcase and named one of America’s emerging opera designers. He is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama and teaches scenic design at the University of Connecticut.

 

Timothy Brown’s inspired scenic design is as big a star as any of the actors.
— New York Times