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Zane Pihlstrom

(Set Design) is currently designing a trilogy of plays for Company XIV, a neo- baroque dance company in Brooklyn, and Open The Dark Door (NYMTF). Off-Broadway, Zane designed the costumes for The Brothers Size (dir. Tea Alagic, The Public Theater/Foundry Theater), with tours to The Studio Theater (Washington, D.C.) and The Abbey (Dublin, Ireland). International credits include Macbeth premiering at the Volksbühne Am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz (Berlin); Bambiland (National Theater of Lithuania; Oskaras Korsunovas Theater); and Sleeping Beauty (Seoul Performing Arts Festival, South Korea). New York credits include costumes and scenery for A Kingdom, (Performance Space 122); costumes for Going Down Swingin’ and scenery for (NYMTF); Cherubina (Fractured Atlas); costumes and scenery for Iphigenia at Alus (Active Eye) and scenery for Food for Fish (The Krain); scenery for Binibon (The Kitchen). Regional/University credits include scenery for Until We Find Each Other (dir. Anna Shapiro, Steppenwolf Garage Theater); All’s Well that Ends Well (dir. James Bundy/Mark Rucker, Yale Rep); Baal (Columbia University); Marat/Sade, Slaves and Prowlers (Bard College); La Bohème (Yale Opera); Flyin’ West and Orange Woman (Princeton University); Hedda Gabler (Yale University Theater); Evita (Northwestern University); Anna Karenina, Don Juan Returns from the War, Selki and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (DePaul University); costumes for MSN Dream, As You like It  (Yale School of Drama) and Don’t Look Back (dir. Joe Roach, World Performance Project). Zane is a member of Wingspace, a theatrical design collective.

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