Scenic & Media
Previous designs include premieres by John Patrick Shanley, Dael Orlandersmith, Matt Aucoin and Grammy award winner Steve Mackey. Previous work has been seen at The Guthrie Theater, New York Stage and Film and The Folger Shakespeare Library. He is the recipient of the 2017 USITT Rising Star Award and his design for The Lady In Red... was selected for international exhibition at the 2015 Prague Quadrennial. He recently, served as production designer for Samsung’s new virtual reality TV series The Interpretation of Dreams. He is co-founder of Third Space, a political theater collective. Education: Carnegie Mellon University. www.brycecutler.com
Film/TV: The Accidental Wolf season 1 & 2, Half Life, Snatchers (Art Director), The Nearest Human Being, According to my Mother Daniel K. Isaac. Theater: TriggeredSeries The Amoralists, The Wholehearted Stein|Holum Projects, Solstice Party! Live Source, OKAY Taylor Mac w/ Ugly Rhino, Jupiter LaMama/Superhero Playhouse, Utility The Amoralists, Blue Stockings NYU, Kill Me Like You Mean It Stolen Chair, and The Three Christs of Yipsilanti, Spring Pictures Peculiar Works. The Theatre School at DePaul (BFA), Tisch Design for Stage and Film (MFA).
Mary Ellen Stebbins
Recent work includes A$AP Rocky’s Testing the Waters at Sotheby’s in NYC, Savior(Chicago Symphony Orchestra), Dinner with Georgette (New York Theater Workshop Next Door), Olagon (eighth blackbird), War Stories (Opera Philadelphia), and Orpheus Unsung (Guthrie Theater). She has previously worked with Live Source as the lighting designer of Solstice Party!. She is a member of the arts incubator Sightline Arts and the resident designer for HOWL ensemble and Third Space. Other collaborators include Princeton University, Talking Band, Pipeline Theatre, Banana Bag and Bodice, Ars Nova, Monica Bill Barnes, Bristol Valley Theater. She is a 2016 Henry Hewes Award nominee, a 2014 Live Design Young Designer to Watch, the 2011 USITT Barbizon Lighting Design Award winner, and a 2009 Hangar Theatre Lab Company Design Fellow. Proud member USA 829. MFA, Boston University; AB, Harvard College.
Adam is a Sound Designer, Foley Artist, multi-instrumentalist living in New York and is excited to join Live Source with their production of Suddenly. Recent credits include King Lear and Alls Well That Ends Well (Hip to Hip Theater) Triumphant (Target Margin Theater) American Dreams Arabian Nights (BRIC Labs), Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally (Working Barn Productions), Midsummer Nights Dream (Davis Shakespeare Festival).
Brett is thrilled to be working with Live Source again. Previous prop design credits include Solstice Party! with Live Source, The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui with Lyra Theatre and Much Ado About Nothing with Match:Lit. Production Design credits include short films Cat Trackers and Connecting and set dresser for Sluggo the Skullcrusher.