Myung Hee Cho
Myung Hee Cho is set and costume designer for theatre, opera, dance and other special productions. She recently designed sets and costumes for Emotional Creature by Eve Ensler at the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, directed by Jo Bonney; The Other Place at The Magic, directed by Loretta Greco and The Magic Flute at the Canadian Opera Company, directed by Diane Paulus. She designed many world premiers, including: Emotional Creature at The Market Theatre, Johannesburg, South Africa and Cine 13, Paris, France; Extraordinary Chambers by David Wiener at Geffen Playhouse; Fear of Writing for TheaterWorks, Singapore; Futura by Jordan Harrison at Boston Court. Other design credits include The Good Person of Szechuan at the Landestheater, Linz, Austria; Back to Bacharach and David; Awaking for Singapore Theatre Festival; Yellow Face by David Henry Hwang at the Mark Taper Forum and The Public Theater; The Word Begins at The Signature Theatre, Washington DC; Goldfish by John Kolvenbach, System Wonderland by David Wiener and The Piano Teacher by Julia Cho at South Coast Repertory; Isle of Dunes for Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company; Citizen 13559 at the Kennedy Center; The Golden Mickeys for Disney Creative Entertainment/Hong Kong; Le nozze di Figaro at the Chicago Opera Theater; Open Window for Pasadena Playhouse and Deaf West Theatre; Flight and Distant Shore at Center Theatre Group/Kirk Douglas Theatre.
Myung Hee designed the celebrated production of WIT and Lackawanna Blues that toured North America. Her designs have been seen at the McCarter Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, Long Wharf Theatre, Classic Stage Company, A.C.T./SF, Intiman Theatre, The Public Theater, Union Square Theatre, Manhattan Class Company, Vineyard Theatre, Music Theatre Group, East West Players, Singapore Repertory, Women's Project and Productions, Center Stage, Prince Music Theatre, New York Stage & Film, New York Theatre Workshop, Children's Theatre Company, Second Stage/NY, Boston Court and many more.
She served as production designer for V-Day/VAGINA MONOLOGUES Benefits at the Wiltern Theatre, The Apollo Theatre, Madison Square Garden and the Masonic Center. She has been nominated for The Hewes Design Awards and recipient of the Princess Grace Award. She is an Assistant Professor of Stage Design at UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.
Daniel is a gender non-binary costume designer and performance artist, from Nashville, TN and living in New York City. Design credits include The Wiz, Charbrier's L'étoile, Arcadia, King Lear, Stuff Happens, Fences, styling for Maybe Burke's Love Letters to Nobody at the New York Trans Theatre Festival, and design consulting for various drag performers in NYC. In Television, they have worked in costume department for "Shades of Blue," "Orange is the New Black," "The Good Wife," and the new CBS drama "Brain Dead." In addition to designing, Daniel writes/performs solo work about gender, identity, and authenticity. They are a 2015 Princess Grace Theatre Award recipient and have an MFA in design from Carnegie Mellon. They will be designing Mary's Wedding at American Players Theatre in the Fall.
Lap is a lighting and projection designer based both in Los Angeles and New York.
New York City design credits include The New York Theatre Workshp, Dance Theater Workshop, PS 122, The Kitchen, Danspace, Primary Stages and the Julliard Opera.
Regional design include Mark Taper Forum,
John is a composer and sound designer for theatre, film, television and dance. Best known for his theatre music for plays, he has written scores and designed sound for many critically acclaimed, award-winning Broadway productions including The Trip to Bountiful, Gore Vidals The Best Man, Clybourne Park, The Columnist, Seminar, Next Fall, Proof, A Bronx Tale, Rabbit Hole, Twelve Angry Men, Sight Unseen, Prelude to a Kiss, and A Few Good Men, among others.
His many off-Broadway and regional theatre scores are distinctive for their blend of original music and abstract sound design, and have been a part of productions at leading theatres in the U.S. and abroad. His recent work includes scores for the Shakespeare in the Park production of Measure for Measure, and the acclaimed production of the Horton Foote’s The Orphans’ Home Cycle at the Signature Theatre. Recordings of both scores are now available on iTunes and Amazon.
His theme and score for the ITV USA television series, "The Interrogators," can be heard on the Biography Channel. He received a Tony nomination for his work on The Trip to Bountiful and has also received three Drama Desk Awards, and the Lucille Lortel, Obie , Henry Hewes, Drama-Logue, EDDY and Connecticut Critics Circle awards.