Two Triad Stage designers will be featured on the international stage at World Stage Design 2017 in Taipei. Finalists were announced today.
Natalie Taylor Hart, Assistant Professor at Elon University, has been selected as a finalist in the Professional Designers Exhibition alongside 120 other designers for her work on Fences (April 2016). Her design will be exhibited at the event and in the digital portfolio at the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts at the Taipei National University of the Arts in Taipei from 1 July to 9 July, 2017. Natalie is also slated to design for Triad Stages upcoming production of Having Our Say (February 22 – March 5, 2017 at the Hanesbrands Theatre).
Josafath Reynoso, props master, chief scenic designer, and assistant professor at Southeast Missouri State University, will be featured in the Emerging Designers Exhibition alongside 60 other early-career designers for his work on Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (September 2015). Josafath came to Triad Stage through the Southeastern Theatre Conference as a winner of the Ready-to-Work program.
Since its launch in 2005, World Stage Design has attracted thousands of visitors and participants from across the globe. The event is produced every four years, and provides attendees and participants with an opportunity to experience the best in theatre design, performances, workshops, seminars, and thought-provoking exhibitions.
World Stage Design 2017 will exhibit jury-selected work from 120 professional designers and 60 emerging designers from 36 countries. The 2017 awards will be announced at World Stage Design 2017 on July 5, 2017.