On the Stage, Behind the Scenes and In the Audience
David M. Barber
Hewes Design Awards - 2010
A scenic and costume designer based in Brooklyn, New York whose work has been seen nationally and internationally for more than a decade.
David’s professional honors include the American Theater Wing’s Henry Hewes Design Award and a special Drama Desk Award for excellence for the team of The Orphans’ Home Cycle (2010), a Connecticut Critics Circle Award for Best Set Design for The Orphans’ Home Cycle (2010), Westword’s “Best of Denver” award for The Taming of the Shrew (2012), a Denver Ovation Award (Richard iii, 2009), the Denver Drama Critics’ Circle Award (Richard II, 1998), Denver Ovation nomination (Othello, 2005), participation in the Prague Quadrennial International Exhibition of Theatre Design (1999). Some of his recent productions include co-scene design for the critically acclaimed off-Broadway and Hartford Stage productions of the 9 play cycle, The Orphans’ Home Cycle, the world premiere of the lauded and extended The Vandal at the Flea Theater, scenery and costumes for the hit downtown attraction Conni’s Avant Garde Restaurant, the critically acclaimed off-Broadway revival of Women Beware Women and the world premiere of The Best of Enemies, by Mark St. Germain.