GRAHAM KINDRED (lighting design) — Graham has been designing in New York for the past 10 years. While here, he has worked on Broadway, at Lincoln Center, and Off-Broadway. Outside of the city, his credits range from regional theater to national tours, to theme parks with SeaWorld Orlando, to China, as a part of the Shanghai 2010 World Expo. Before moving to New York, Graham won the Illuminating Engineering Society Design Award for Architectural Lighting in Philadelphia.
BOB MCBROOM (set design) — Operas and plays include work in St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, Cape Cod, Chicago, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Albany, Denver, Palm Beach and New York. Stars who have graced his designs include Debbie Reynolds, Shelley Winters, Cloris Leachman and Jean Stapleton. He has also designed commercials, training films and meetings for corporations such as General Foods, Dupont, Prudential, AT&T and Sony. In 1992, he moved to the Woodstock area and opened the Onteora Mountain House. He also designs for the Performing Arts of Woodstock and the Woodstock Playhouse. He holds an MFA from Carnegie-Mellon University.
SHELBY MORGNER JOHNSON (costume design) — Shelby Morgner Johnson has been involved in fashion and the fine arts for over 20 years. She studied fashion design at Parsons School of Design and worked as a freelance designer for NY apparel companies. She has created costumes for the Rhinebeck Theatre Society’s production of The Sisters Rosenzweig (2010), The Man Who Came to Dinner (2011), 1776 (2012), including set dressing for ‘Night, Mother (2012). She designed costumes for Voice Theatre’s 2012 production of Season’s Greetings (directed by Shauna Kanter). She is thrilled to tap her Texas roots for the costume designs for Birds on a Wire.
SUZY MORRIS (costume design) — Suzy has designed and built costumes for the NYC Village Halloween Parade, Tribeca Film Festival, the Balkin Golden Fest in Brooklyn, NYC Fringe Festival, and several Red Carpet events in NYC. Suzy has designed and built extensively for the Rhinebeck Sinterklaas Parade and Festival, and for several theaters in the area. Recent local productions include: Circle Mirror Transformation, Sight Unseen, Scrooge and Son, The Long Christmas Dinner, and Pullman Car Hiawatha as well as The Skin of Our Teeth for Voice Theatre. Suzy has a BA in Theater Design.