James Noone

James Noone designed A Doll's House (2017), Choice (2015)The Corn is Green (2009), She Loves Me (2008), Rabbit Hole (2006), Les Liaisons Dangereuses (2006), Burn This (2004), The Rose Tattoo (2004), Ain’t Misbehavin’ (2003), Springtime for Henry (2003), Fully Committed (2000), and Dead End (2000) for the Huntington. His Broadway credits include Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill; Sunset Boulevard revival; A Time to Kill; A Bronx Tale; Come Back, Little Sheba; Match; A Class Act; Judgment at Nuremberg; Urban Cowboy; Jekyll and Hyde; The Rainmaker; Night Must Fall; Getting and Spending; The Sunshine Boys; The Gin Game; and Inherit the Wind. Off Broadway credits include The Time of the Cuckoo, Hotel Suite, Fully Committed, Full Gallop, and Three Tall Women, among others. Mr. Noone is the recipient of LA Ovation, Drama Desk, American Theatre Wing Design, and Helen Hayes Design Awards. He is currently an associate professor of scenic design at Boston University.

(As of December 2016)

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