Originally from Portland, Solomon has created original works in drama, opera, dance, installation, and music across the U.S., Canada, Dominican Republic, Germany, Greece, Italy, Russia, and Slovenia. Previously at PCS: 9 Parts of Desire and The Breath of Life. Other highlights include Otello (Festspielhaus Baden Baden, Germany); Il Trovatore (Teatro Comunale di Bologna and Teatro Regio di Parma, Italy); and Oedipus (Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus, Greece; Ancient Theatre of Pompeii, Teatro Olimpico di Vicenza, and Teatro Mercadante di Napoli, Italy) all with Robert Wilson; Macbeth (directed by John Doyle at Classic Stage Company, NYC); The Shape of Things (created by Carrie Mae Weems at the Park Avenue Armory, NYC); Duat (Soho Rep, NYC); and Men on Boats (world premiere: Playwrights Horizons/Clubbed Thumb, NYC). Solomon is the assistant professor of scenic/lighting design at Portland State University and earned his M.F.A. from the Yale School of Drama. solweisbard.com
Recent Portland Center Stage Credits*
|Young Americans||Lighting Designer|
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