James F. Ingalls designed The Plough and the Stars at the Huntington in 1985. On Broadway he designed Glengarry Glen Ross, The Big Knife, The People in the Picture, and The Glass Menagerie (Roundabout Theatre Company) and the original ‘night, Mother. Recent Off Broadway designs include Domesticated (Lincoln Center Theater) and My Name is Asher Lev (West Side Arts). He just finished The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window (Oregon Shakespeare Festival) and works extensively in regional theatres including Chicago’s Goodman Theatre and Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Baltimore’s CenterStage, Los Angeles’ Mark Taper Forum, and New Haven’s Long Wharf Theatre. His recent opera credits include Tristan und Isolde (Teatro Real, Madrid) and The Indian Queen (Perm Opera, Russia). He designed several pieces for Mark Morris, Paul Taylor, and Merce Cunningham and often collaborates with The Wooden Floor dancers in Santa Ana, California.
as of 2/26/14