Cameron Anderson

Cameron Anderson designed the set for Becoming Cuba (2014) at the Huntington. She has Off Broadway credits that The Language of Trees (Roundabout Underground); A Feminine Ending (Playwrights Horizons); Fault Lines (Naked Angels, dir. David Schwimmer); Massacre (LAByrinth Theater Company); Underground (Brooklyn Academy of Music); Heddatron (Les Freres Corbusier); Dixie's Tupperware Party (Ars Nova); Elvis People (New World Stages); and Dead City, Anna Bella Eema, and Belly (New Georges). Regional credits include My Wonderful Day (Two River Theater Company, dir. Nicholas Martin); A Midsummer Night's Dream, Sight Unseen, and Emilie (South Coast Repertory); and Much Ado About Nothing and Martha Mitchell Speaks (Shakespeare & Company). Opera credits include West Side Story (Norway's Kilden Performing Arts Center and Vancouver Opera), Simon Boccanegra (Teatro Colon, Argentina), The Glimmerglass Festival, Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Central City Opera, Minnesota Opera, Wolf Trap Opera Company, Seattle Opera, Gotham Chamber Opera, and San Francisco Opera. Ms. Anderson is an assistant professor of design at Brandies University.

(As of May 2014)

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