Marcus Doshi

Marcus Doshi is a scenic and lighting designer for theatre, opera, and dance. His work has been seen on stages across the world, including the Theatre for a New Audience, in New York; the Barbican Theatre, in London; and the Het Muziektheatre, in Amsterdam. He is an associate artist at the Moving Theater dance company, as well as at Sabab, a Kuwait-based international theatre company with whom he helped devise The Speaker's Progress, a play in response to the Arab Spring. Doshi's work has been nominated for numerous awards. He holds an MFA in stage design from Yale University and a bachelor's degree from Wabash College.

Education

MFA Stage Design, Yale University
BA Theatre, Wabash College


Awards and Grants

Connecticut Critics Circle Award Nomination, Outstanding Lighting Design, Eclipsed, Yale Repertory Theatre, 2010

Drama Desk Award Nomination, Best Lighting Design of a Play, Hamlet, Theater for a New Audience, 2009

Henry Hewes Design Award Nomination, Outstanding Lighting Design, Hamlet, Theater for a New Audience, 2009

Lucille Lortel Award Nomination, Outstanding Lighting Design, Othello, Theater for a New Audience, 2009

National Endowment for the Arts/Theatre Communications Group Career Development Program for Designers, 2003 - 2005

Marcus Doshi

Assistant Professor

Department:

Theatre

Office:

70 Arts Circle Drive
Room 5-190
Evanston, IL 60208