Antje Ellermann

Antje Ellermann previously designed the set for How Shakespeare Won the West (2008) at the Huntington. His scenic design credits include Novel (Summer Play Festival); Twelfth Night, The Winter's Tale, and R & J (Juilliard Drama School); Realism/Jump! (The Exchange); The Pillowman (Berkeley Repertory Theatre); Becoming Adele (Gotham Stage Company); Xerxes (Pittsburgh Opera Center); 9 Parts of Desire (Arena Stage, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Geffen Playhouse, and Manhattan Ensemble Theater); and Passin' It On (Coconut Grove Playhouse). Ms. Ellerman has also worked as associate scenic designer on Glengarry Glen Ross (Royale Theatre), Faust (Metropolitan Opera Company), An Italian Straw Hat (National Ballet of Canada), and Betrayal (Roundabout Theatre Company). Her work on 9 Parts of Desire earned Ms. Ellermann nominations for Lucille Lortel, L.A. Stage Alliance Ovation, and Helen Hayes Awards. She has also been nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction for her work on Becoming American: The Chinese Experience. She is a graduate of Boston University.

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