Dan Gray, retired OSU Professor in Theatre Scenic Design, will present at our November meeting.
TOPIC: “Every play, ballet or opera takes places somewhere. I work in collaboration with the director and a team of designers to figure out what that somewhere looks like. This presentation will be a glimpse into that process.”
WHEN: 2nd Tuesday, November 8, 2022, Evening: 6:30-8:00 pm
- Whetstone Library (branch of Columbus Metropolitan Library)
- 3909 N High St, Columbus, OH 43214
- Meeting Room – to the right of the entrance doors
- Free parking in adjacent lot
Dan Gray was the Resident Scenic Designer at The Ohio State University Department of Theatre for 26 years. He recently retired from his academic position, but continues an active, professional, freelance career.
Dan has designed over 200 productions across the US including work with Capitol Rep (Albany, NY), The Vermont Ensemble Theatre, The George Street Playhouse (New Brunswick, NJ), The Barter Theatre (Abingdon, VA) and The Delaware Theatre Co. (Wilmington, DE). Locally he has designed for Players Theatre Columbus, CATCO, The Human Race Theatre (Dayton) Red Herring, BalletMet, The Dayton Ballet, Opera Columbus, Columbus Light Opera, ProMusica, Otterbein, Limited Brands/Structure and the Columbus Zoo!