James Schuette

James Schuette’s work includes set designs for Time to Burn, Space, Berlin Circle, The Royal Family (Jeff Award) and Homebody/Kabul, as well as costume designs for Mother Courage, After The Quake, Purple Heart and Time of Your Life (Steppenwolf); Julius Caeser at the American Repertory Theatre; Of Thee I Sing directed by Tina Landau (Papermill Playhouse); Frank Galati’s Oedipus Complex (Oregon Shakespeare Festival); Un ballo in maschera (Opera Colorado; Minnesota Opera; Boston Lyric Opera); Nixon in China directed by James Robinson (Opera Theatre of St. Louis; Minnesota Opera); Intimations for Saxophone directed by Anne Bogart (Arena Stage); and Doug Varone’s Deconstructing English. Other opera credits include Giulio Cesare at Houston Grand Opera; La bohème, Drattell’s Lillith and Weill’s Seven Deadly Sins at New York City Opera; Rigoletto, The Marriage of Figaro, The Barber of Seville, Hansel and Gretel and Sweeney Todd at Opera Colorado; Carmen at Santa Fe Opera; La bohème at Glimmerglass Opera; and Joseph Merrick dit Elephant Man (The Minnesota Opera). His work has been seen at the Goodman Theatre, Old Globe Theatre, Berkeley Rep, Seattle Rep, A.C.T., Long Wharf, Yale Rep, Prince Music Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, New York Theatre Workshop, Manhattan Theatre Club, Playwrights Horizons, The Public Theatre, Glimmerglass Opera, Seattle Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Minnesota Opera, New York City Opera and Santa Fe Opera. 

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