Andrew Boyce (Set Designer), an alumnus of Middlebury College and the Yale School of Drama, is a former participant in the Lincoln Center Directors Lab. He is currently a member of the Wingspace Design Collective and assistant professor of set design at Northwestern University. Among the world premieres for which he has created sets and/or costumes are Clarkston (Dallas Theater Center); Another Word For Beauty (Goodman Theatre), Ode to Joy and Buyer & Cellar (Rattlestick), Dreams of Flying, Dreams of Falling (Atlantic Theatre Company), The Consultant (Long Wharf Theatre), Marco Ramirez’s The Royale (Kirk Douglas Theatre), Bike America (Alliance Theatre), LETTIE (Victory Gardens), and Evocation To Visible Appearance and Marginal Loss (both for the Humana Festival at Actors Theater of Louisville). Opera credits include The Barber of Seville (Kentucky Opera), FLORIDA (Urban Arias, world premiere), and An American Soldier (Opera Theatre of Saint Louis). New York credits include productions for Lincoln Center Theater, Roundabout Theater Company, Atlantic Theatre Company, and Cherry Lane Theatre, among many other companies. Boyce’s work has also been seen regionally at the American Conservatory Theatre, American Players Theater, Long Wharf Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and Yale Repertory Theater, among others.
Last updated: March 15, 2019