David Gallo

David Gallo has Huntington design credits that include August Wilson's How I Learned What I Learned, Gem of the Ocean, King Hedley II, Jitney, and Radio Golf. Broadway credits include Memphis, First Date, Radio Golf (Tony Award nomination), Gem of the Ocean (Tony Award nomination), The Drowsy Chaperone (2006 Tony Award for Best Scenic Design of a Musical), Xanadu, Company, and Thoroughly Modern Millie. Mr. Gallo was selected to represent American set design at the Cooper-Hewitt Design Triennial and his work is part of the national archive at The Smithsonian Institution. He is production designer for “Sesame Street,” his Blue Man Group work has been seen by millions, he was creative director for Phish’s New Year's Eve extravaganzas, and the Illusionarium he created for Norwegian Cruise Line was a pioneer in immersive entertainment venues. davidgallo.com

 

(As of January 2016)