Speaking of Making is a series of conversations about work and the creative process.
Join us as we welcome artist in residence and Broadway set designer Adam Koch to Serenbe. This residency is a partnership between AIR Serenbe and Serenbe Playhouse.
Thursday, September 3
6pm: artist discussion
Bosch Experience Center
Free and Open to the public
About The Artist
Over the past 15 years Adam’s 100+ scenic designs for theater and opera have been seen in New York City and across the country. As a creative director and show doctor Adam has overseen and shaped numerous theatrical and nightlife events.
A 2015 Helen Hayes nominee for Outstanding Set Design (1st Stage Theatre’s ‘Bat Boy’), and a 2009 Helen Hayes nominee for Outstanding Set Design (Signature Theatre’s ‘Kiss of the Spiderwoman’). Adam is the recipient of both the USITT Oren Parker Award for Excellence in Scene Design, and the 2007 Kennedy Center Design Fellowship.
Theater credits include productions at Ford’s Theatre, Signature Theatre, Geva Theatre Center, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Syracuse Stage, Portland Stage, Ogunquit Playhouse, TheaterWorks USA, Casa Mañana, Bristol Riverside Theatre, The Human Race Theatre Company, 1st Stage, The Engeman Theatre, Playhouse on the Square, Algonquin Arts Theatre, MetroStage, Vital Theatre Co., as well as commercial productions at The Goodman Theatre, Apollo Theater, New World Stages and Theatre Row in NYC.
Adam is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University and a member of the Andrew Carnegie Society. Mr. Koch is a credited contributor to the widely used collegiate textbook ‘Scene Design and Stage Lighting’ by R. Craig Wolf & Dick Block (Wadsworth 2009 – 2014). Member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829