Eric Southern

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Bio from
The National MFA Playwrights Festival - 2011

Eric Southern (Lighting Design) Upcoming Projects: The Secret Agent with Sam Helfrich & the Center for Contemporary Opera (NYC, Avignon, Hungary),  and Caucasian Chalk Circle with Anya Saffir and Pipeline Theater Company.  Recent Credits: Anthony Rapp’s Without You (co-design with Justin Townsend), Cosi fan Tutte (Sam Helfrich), Sporting Life (Stephen Brackett) Notice Me (Sofia Alvarez), The Storm (Michael Sexton), Whore (SPF, Stephen Bracket), DirectorFest (Drama League), Black Snow (Mikhael Garver), Do Not Do This Ever Again, 365 Days/365 Plays (Maria Goyanes), Stomp and ShoutA Good Place to be From (Geordie Broadwater, Babel), Burn This (Gus                                                  Kaikonnen), A Map of the World ( Bob Moss, NYU). For over 5 years, Eric was the resident lighting and set designer for the Atlantic Acting School. He was also a leading associate of the architectural design team for the Atlantic’s Stage 2, and a design consultant on their current main-stage renovation. MFA: NYU.

Bio from
The National MFA Playwrights Festival - 2009

Eric Southern (Lighting Designer) Do Not Do This Ever Again (Ohio/Soho Think Tank), Fatboy (John Clancy/ Ohio Theater), Stomp and Shout (Babel Theater Project), Cinephelia (Theater Row), Measure for Measure (Franklin Stages), Man of la Mancha (Duo Theater), Hamlet (Orpheus Productions ), Nocturn (Under St. Marks), Extra Virgin (Under St. Marks), Never the Sinner (The Woodshed Collective), Suspicious Package and Goner (Brian Parks/ hERE arts center). He was the resident lighting and set designer for the Atlantic Acting School where he designed lights and/or sets for many productions. He was also a leading associateof the design team for the Atlantic's new Stage 2. MFA Candidate: NYU.