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Fabio Toblini

Fabio Toblini designed Sherlock's Last Case at the Huntington. He designed the Broadway production of Romeo and Juliet (Richard Rodgers Theatre). Off Broadway original production credits include Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Batboy the Musical, and The Divine Sister. His most recent credits include Born Yesterday (American Players Theatre), Sense and Sensibility (Oregon Shakespeare Festival), The Importance of being Earnest (The Old Globe), and Pip’s Island (Skylight Modern NYC). Mr. Toblini is currently working  with choreographer Ib Andersen on a new production  of Stravinsky’s The Firebird at Ballet Arizona. Other theatre credits include productions at Hartford Stage, Guthrie Theater, Alley Theatre, Resident Ensemble Players, Long Wharf Theatre, Children’s Theatre Company, and Ford’s and Studio Theatres. Opera credits include Santa Fe Opera, Wexford Opera Festival (IE), Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, Nationale Reisopera (NL), Landestheater (AU), Gotham Chamber Opera, and Portland Opera. He has received a 2015 Craig Noel Award nomination, 2015 Connecticut Critics Circle Award nomination, 2012 and 2016 Connecticut Critics Circle Awards, 2008 Irene Sharaff Young Master Award, and 2001 Lucille Lortel Award nomination. fabiotoblini.com.

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