Joel E. Silver

Joel E. Silver previously designed lighting for Educating Rita (2011) at the Huntington. He has design credits that include Aida (Opera Memphis), Swimming Upstream (V-Day at the Apollo Theater), It Must Be Him (Peter J. Sharp Theater), The World Goes 'Round (Prince Music Theater/Gettysburg Festival), Art Tatum: Piano Starts Here (Apollo Theater), Damn Yankees, Run For Your Wife, and Little Shop of Horrors (Engeman Theater), Caucasian Chalk Circle (The New School), The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe and Damascus (Northern Stage), F#@king Up Everything (Off the Leash Productions), A Chorus Line, My Way, The Producers, and Ain't Misbehavin' (Theatre By The Sea), Zombie (Razor's Edge Productions), Candide and Sweeney Todd (New York University), Ain't Misbehavin' (White Plains Performing Arts Center), Lunch Hour (Heiress), Big Bang, Gripped, and other works (Cleo Mack Dance Company), Homefront (La Mama, ETC), and Different Drums National Tour (Trinity Irish Dance Company). Mr. Silver's industrial work includes projects for JKLD, Calvin Klein, Connecticut College, Xplore Productions, and SAP Software.

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