Alexander V. Nichols

Alexander V. Nichols previously designed lighting for Carol Mulroney (2005) at the Huntington. His scenic, video, and lighting designs have been set on companies and artists including Oregon Shakespeare Festival, American Conservatory Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, Arena Stage, Alley Theatre, La JollaPlayhouse, National Theater of Taiwan, San Francisco Ballet, Boston Ballet, AlvinAiley, Hong Kong Ballet, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, Alberta Ballet, Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Singapore Dance Theatre, ODC/SF, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, KronosQuartet, Paul Dresher Ensemble, and Rinde Eckert. Mr. Nichols served as resident designer for the Margaret Jenkins Dance Company, Pennsylvania Ballet, Hartford Ballet, and American Repertory Ballet, as well as lighting director for American Ballet Theatre. His additional credits in the dance world include designs for choreographers Christopher d'Amboise, Val Caniparoli, Ann Carlson, Sonya Delwaide, Marguerite Donlon, Dominique Dumais, Jean Grand-Maitre, Joe Goode, Bill T. Jones, Graham Lustig, Mark Morris, Matjash Mrozewski, David Nixon, Kevin O'Day, Kirk Peterson, Stephen Petronio, Dwight Rhoden, and Michael Smuin. Mr. Nichols' recent projects include video direction for Life — A Journey Through Time in collaboration with Philip Glass and Frans Lanting, and the structural and lighting design for the touring art installation "Circle of Memory" in collaboration with Eleanor Coppola.

(As of October 2005)

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