Meganne George

Complete Portfolio

Meganne’s portfolio covers a wide range of theatrical design, including sets and costume designs for scores of productions in New York City and around the world. This portfolio demonstrates the beauty of her work, the creativity of her vision, and the versatility of her skill.

Mabou Mines' Glass Guignol

Glass Guignol

Glass Guignol: The Brother and Sister Play Mabou Mines & Piece by Piece Mabou Mines Theatre December 2017 Created from works by Tennessee Williams and Mary Shelley Conceived by Lee Breuer and Maude Mitchell Directed by Lee Breuer Scenic design by Alfred Schatz Costume design by Meganne George Lighting design by Lucrecia Briceno Sound design …

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Falstaff - Bronx Opera

Falstaff

Falstaff Bronx Opera‘s 50th Anniversary Season Lovinger Theatre, Lehman College & Kaye Playhouse, Hunter College May 2017 Michael Spierman, Maestro Directed by Rod Gomez Sets and Costumes by Meganne George Lighting by G. Benjamin Swope Photos by Jeff George

The Gold | Set design by Meganne George

The Gold

The Gold New York Musical FestivalPearl Theatre, August, 2016 Directed by Spiro VelpoudosSets and Props by Meganne GeorgeCostumes by Izzy FieldsLighting by Joe BeumerProduced by Sharon Fallon and Practical Producing Photos by Jeremy Daniel

New Perspectives' Jihad | Meganne George, Set Designer

Jihad

Jihad New Perspectives at Women Onstage for Peace FestivalBogata, ColombiaAugust, 2015 Written by Anne ChamberlinDirected by Melody BrooksFight Direction by Ray RodriguezSets by Meganne GeorgeCostumes by Peter FogelLighting by Joyce LiaoSound by Teresa Lotz Photos by Joyce Liao

The Brightness of Heaven | Production design by Meganne George

The Brightness of Heaven

The Brightness of Heaven The Cherry Lane Theatre October-December 2014 Directed by Ludovica Villar-Hauser Scenic and Costume Design by Meganne George Lighting Design by Natalie Robin Sound Design by Janie Bullard Photos by John Quilty Process Pieces Meganne designed sets, costumes, and props for The Brightness of Heaven. Here we see samples of her process, …

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The Forgetting Curve

The Forgetting Curve Boston Center for the Arts Stanford Calderwood Pavillion September 2014 Directed by Kimberly Eaton Choreographed by Shura Baryshnikov Original music and sound design by Bevin Kelly Sets by Julia Noulin-Merat Costumes by Meganne George Lighting by Annie Weigand Projections by Eamonn Farrell Photos by Mark J. Franklin Process Pieces Research is a …

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Celebrate! Sesame Street at Beaches | Meganne George, Costume Designer

Celebrate!
Sesame Street at Beaches Resort

Celebrate! Beaches Resorts 10th Anniversary Parade Sesame Street Themed Entertainment Beaches Resorts at Ocho Rios, Jamaica, Negril, Jamaica, and Turks and Caicos 2014-2015 Costume and Prop design and construction for Walkabout Characters by Meganne George Adapted from pen-and-ink concept drawings by the Sesame Street Art Department Sesame Street Characters Big Bird Ernie and Elmo Bert …

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Sesame Street at Beaches Resort
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La Traviata

Verdi’s La Traviata Bronx Opera Lovenger Theatre, Lehman College & Adams Playhouse, Hofstra University Original Production 2004; Remount 2014 Michael Spierman, Maestro (2004 & 2014) Directed by Rod Gomez (2014) Sets by Meganne George (2004 & 2014) Costumes by Tory DePew (2014) Lighting by Deborah Constantine (2004) & Joshua Rose (2014) Photos from the 2004 …

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Bronx Opera's Hansel & Gretel. Sets by Meganne George.

Hansel and Gretel

Hansel and Gretel Bronx OperaLovenger Theatre at Lehman CollegeMay, 2012 Michael Spierman, MaestroDirected by Benjamin SpiermanSets and Projection Graphics by Meganne GeorgeCostumes by Victoria DepewLighting by Joshua RoseProjections by Eamonn Farrell

No Way To Treat A Lady

No Way to Treat a Lady Cape Playhouse Dennis, MA July 2011 Directed by Mark Shanahan Choreographed by Jennifer Waldman Sets by Charlie Corcoran Costumes by Meganne George Lighting by Christopher Chambers Sound by James McCartney Photos by Andrea VanDenBroeke