Stan Pressner’s (lighting designer) designs have been found in the repertoires of, among others: New York City Ballet, Lyon Opera Ballet, Geneva Opera Ballet, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane, Ralph Lemon, Bayerische Staadtsballet, Boston Ballet, John Jasperse, Stephen Petronio and Netherlands Dance Theatre. Recent work includes: Jessye Norman’s Sacred Ellington for Carnegie Hall, Peer Gynt at the Guthrie, Twelfth Night and Measure for Measure for Shakespeare’s Globe, La Clemenza de Tito, Abduction From The Seraglio and Rake’s Progress for the Bayerische Staadtsoper, Mikhail Baryshnikov’s Dances with Piano…, and Jean Genet’s The Blacks for the Market Theatre. Associate LD for Annie Get Your Gun. Visiting Asst. Professor at UCLA, 1992-94. Juilliard Faculty-2000-2008. Resident Lighting Czar: Lincoln Center Festival 1996-2010. 1988 Bessie Award; 1997 Cable Ace Award and 1988, 1991, and 1994 ATW Design Award nominations. Pressner has worked with Theatre Projects Consultants since 1996, on, the Dallas Arts District, the redevelopment plan for Lincoln Center, NYU Abu Dhabi and rewriting arts policy for the City of Dallas. He always delights John’s work!
Created lighting designs for:
Giant Empty (2001)
Fort Blossom (2000) & Fort Blossom revisited (2000/2012)
Madison as I imagine it (1999)