Scott Pinkney is pleased to return to The Nora, where he has designed several shows, including Absurd Person Singular, The How and the Why, We Won’t Pay! We Won’t Pay!, The Seahorse, and Van Gogh in Japan. On Broadway, he designed Harvey Fierstein’s Tony Award-winning Torch Song Trilogy. Off-Broadway credits include the recent hit Becoming Dr. Ruth, Majestic Kid, Divine Fire, and The World is Made of Glass. He has designed more than 20 productions for Barrington Stage Company, including Scott and Hem in the Garden of Allah, All My Sons, Best of Enemies, The Crucible, Whipping Man, Carousel, A Streetcar Named Desire, and Follies. Other regional designs include Don Juan for The Denver Center (Denver Critics Circle Award), Comedy of Errors for Commonwealth Shakespeare (Elliot Norton Award), Balkan Women for Bristol Riverside Theatre (Barrymore nomination), and My Fair Lady for TheatreVirginia (Phoebe Award). Internationally, he has designed for Singapore Rep and The Club Mohamed-Ali in Cairo. Mr. Pinkney is an associate professor of lighting design at Emerson College in Boston. SLPinkney.com.