Richard Devin

Richard Devin (Lighting Design) has designed lighting for many Curious productions including Skeleton Crew, The Cake, Detroit ’67, Appropriate, the three Elliot plays, The Flick, All the Rage, Good People, Rancho Mirage, Maple and Vine, 9 Circles, Charles Ives Take Me Home, On an Average Day (Denver Post Ovation Award), A Number, Opus, Yankee Tavern, How I Learned to Drive, The Long Christmas Ride Home, and scene and lighting design for Speech and Debate and Aphrodisiac. He recently designed Disgraced, Fade, and The Christians for the Denver Center Theatre Company. Dick also worked with the Colorado Shakespeare Festival for 17 years as Producing Artistic Director, and 26 years as lighting designer. He has designed lighting for more than 250 productions at 35 of America’s regional theatres, as well as designing Off-Broadway and in Hong Kong, Tokyo and Cairo. He was Managing Director and Lighting Designer with Massachusetts’ Williamstown Theatre Festival for eight years and is past president of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology. Dick taught for 40 years in the Theatre Departments of Temple University, The University of Washington and The University of Colorado. He has served as theatre consultant on numerous new and renovated theatres. He is honored to be a Fellow of the College of Fellows of the American Theatre. Dick received his BA in Drama from the University of Northern Iowa and an MFA from the Yale School of Drama. He is a Member of the United Scenic Artists of America.