Scott Pinkney

Scott Pinkney previously designed Huntington's MalaHe was represented on Broadway by Harvey Fierstein’s Tony Award-winning Torch Song Trilogy. Off Broadway credits include Vincent, Becoming Dr. Ruth, Majestic Kid, Divine Fire, Nymph Errant,and The World is Made of Glass. Regional credits include Mala for the Guthrie Theater, Don Juan for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (Denver Critics Circle Award), My Fair Lady for TheatreVirginia (Phoebe Award), The Best of Enemies for George Street Playhouse, Secret Garden for the Olney Theatre, and Texas Flyer for Theatre Under The Stars. He has designed more than 30 productions for Barrington Stage Company (named an associate artist in 2014), including American Son, Whipping Man, The Crucible, A Streetcar Named Desire, Carousel, Follies, and West Side Story. For Bristol Riverside Theater, he designed more than 30 productions, including Balkan Women (Barrymore Award nomination), Hamlet, The Dresser, Evita, Chicago, Alive and Well, and Dear World.Internationally, he designed Art and Kiss of the Spider Woman for Singapore Repertory Theatre, and Concerts for Club Mohamed-Ali in Cairo. In Boston, he has recently designed Ulysses on Bottles for Israeli Stage (IRNE Award nomination), The Comedy of Errors for Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (Elliot Norton Award), Don Giovanni for New England Conservatory Opera, Freud’s Last Session, Broken Glass, Race, and Opus for New Repertory Theatre, The Glass Menagerie, Side Show, and Adrift in Macao for Lyric Stage Company,and A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Merrily We Roll Along at the Majestic Theatre. His company, Pinkney Associates, LLC, counts among its clients, IBM, Este-Lauder, BMW, and the Smithsonian Institution. Mr. Pinkney is a professorat Emerson College. 

(As of February 2018)

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