Meet the team

Qingan Zhang

Qingan Zhang (Scenic Designer) (she/her/hers) is an interdisciplinary designer, director, and stage manager based in New York and Boston. Qingan is dedicated to explore narratives embedded in her designs beyond forms or performance methods. Qingan’s recent experimental design and directing credits include the devising puppetry performance How I Disappeared (2022, HERE Arts Center SUBLETSERIES: CO-OP! and The Center at West Park Object Movement Festival). Qingan was also the visual designer of 2021 B·O·N·D International Virtual Performance Festival ( Besides practicing in the interior design industry, Qingan has also long been supporting and collaborating with local non-profit Chinese theatre groups including MIT Wuming Theatre Club and Princeton Chinese Theatre (PCT). Her recent directing credits: Who Kills Robert (2021, MIT), The Insane Asylum is Next Door to Heaven (2016, MIT), Peach Blossom Land (2016, MIT). Her scenic design credits: Secret Love for the Peach Blossom Spring (2021, Princeton), Eurydice (2017, Boston College), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2017, Prague Shakespeare Company, Summer Shakespeare Intensive). Qingan received her MFA degree in interior design from Pratt Institute. She graduated from Boston College with dual BA degrees in Theatre and Psychology.