UPCOMING PROJECTS

ROSSINI'S IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA @ Wheeler Opera House, Aspen Music Festival in Aspen, CO, July 12, 14, 16, 2018:
In one of the world’s most popular comic operas, a cunning barber helps a young ward escape from the custody of her guardian and into the arms of a noble suitor. Full of disguises and clever misdirection, this Rossini masterpiece boasts some of opera’s most recognizable melodies and characters.
Directed by Edward Berkeley. 
Conducted by Christopher Allen.
Set by John Kasarda.
Lighting by Kate Ashton.

LINCOLN CENTER MOSTLY MOZART FESTIVAL presents NINIGAWA'S MACBETH @ the David H. Koch Theatre, July 21-25, 2018:
Associate Lighting Director for Lincoln Center's presentation of Yukio Ninagawa's 1980 production of Macbeth. Transposing Shakespeare’s tragedy from medieval Scotland to feudal Japan, Ninagawa created a breathtaking world filled with samurai, kabuki witches, a highly expressive cherry tree, and a moving musical score of Buddhist chant and western classical music. This revival, the last production overseen by Ninagawa before his death in 2016, transforms the Bard’s brutal tale of greed, ambition, and revenge into a poetic meditation on the ephemeral nature of existence.
Lighting Director: Aaron Copp.
Associate Lighting Director: Kate Ashton.

OFFENBACH'S LES CONTES D’HOFFMANN @ Wheeler Opera House, Aspen Music Festival in Aspen, CO, August 14, 16, 18, 2018:
An eccentric writer’s fanciful stories of failed love take center stage in this darkly comedic adventure. Offenbach’s journey though lost love creates a combination of emotional depth and musical brilliance.
Directed by Edward Berkeley. 
Conducted by George Manahan.
Set by John Kasarda.
Lighting by Kate Ashton.

BENJAMIN BRITTEN'S THE TURN OF THE SCREW @ the Juilliard School, November 14 - 18, 2018:
Directed by John Giampietro. 
Set by Alexis Distler.
Costumes by Audrey Naumann.
Lighting by Kate Ashton.