DESIGN TEAM

KENNETH MATTICE SEAN McCLELLAND (Scenic Designer): Sean is based out of South Florida and has designed 100ish shows with the top theatres South Florida has to offer, along with recently reaching out of state to Penobscot Theatre in ME, and Cumberland County Playhouse in TN. Along with designing, he has painted the majority of his sets and backdrops, opened a scene shop, while also pursuing his own oil paintings on the side. He is grateful and proud to have won the prestigious Carbonell award for best scenic design in South Florida twice: Les Miserables (Actors Playhouse, 2010), The Seafarer (Mosaic Theatre, 2009), and received the Silver Palm Award for his August Osage County design (Actor's Playhouse, 2011). Please stop by www.symbiontscenic.com to view Sean's work and upcoming projects.

KENNETH MATTICE PATRICK TENNENT (Lighting Designer) is happy to be back in South Florida after a long New York winter and excited to be a part of this compelling new project. A long-time Miami local, Patrick served as Resident Lighting Designer for Actors' Playhouse from 2003-2013 before relocating to New York in the summer of 2013. He has received multiple Carbonell Award nominations for his work over the years, and was honored to receive the award in 2011 for his design of Jacob Marley's Christmas Carol. Patrick has designed lighting for a wide range of productions, from one-man shows to mega-musicals for some of the finest regional and educational theaters in the South Florida area, including Actors' Playhouse, Mosaic Theatre, New Theatre, Zoetic Stage, The Promethean Theatre, and the University of Miami Jerry Herman Ring Theatre. http://www.patricktennent.com/

KENNETH MATTICE CAMILLA HAITH
(Costume Designer) is the Costume Director for Florida Grand Opera. She has been with the company for seven seasons, and was the costume designer for this season’s critically acclaimed production of Mourning Becomes Electra. Previous opera designs include Maria de Buenos Aires, The Magic Flute (FGO 2012-13), La Rondine, Rigoletto (FGO 2011-12), La Cenerentola and La Boheme (2005, 07) for Bay View Music Festival. Previous theatrical designs include Carousel, The Crucible, Fences, Twelfth Night and Sweet Charity. She has worked as a costume technician for The Lyric Opera of Chicago, Illinois Shakespeare Festival as well as Pennsylvania Centre Stage and Bay View Music Festival. Education is near and dear to Camilla’s heart. Bringing the arts into the schools and lives of under-privileged children is an important aspect of her career. Camilla is a graduate of Penn State and holds a BFA in theater and a MFA in theater with an emphasis on costume design. She also has a BFA in Fashion Design from the International Academy of Design and Technology in Chicago.

KENNETH MATTICE ALAIN LORES (Projection Designer) is the director, motion graphics artist, and creative ninja behind LoresFX, an animation boutique studio based in Miami, FL. Alain is also a co-founder of the creative collective, Random Motion. He creates dynamic, eye-catching works for companies including Intel, FedEx, and Audi. He was the Associate Producer & Motion graphics artist for the award winning movie Far out isn’t far enough. The movie was nominated for a 2014 Outstanding Achievement in Graphic Design & Animation by Cinema Eye Honor and is also one of only five films that is a Documentary Motion Picture Nominee at the 2014 Producers Guild Awards. Alain conceptualized and created a graphics package animation for Real Change: Artists for Education, a one-hour primetime special that aired on CBS on April 23rd, 2013. As a founding member of SapientNitro’s 3D Graphics department Alain was involved in creating concepts, pitching, and the execution of high-end animation projects for Coca-Cola, Celebrity Cruises, Dolby, Chrysler, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and others.

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