Lee Savage

Scenic Designer

PlayMakers: The Game, Detroit ’67, Love Alone.

Broadway: The Lightning Thief (Longacre Theatre).

New York: Natural Shocks and Collapse (Woman’s Project); Surely Goodness and Mercy (Keen Company); Somebody’s Daughter (Second Stage); Twelfth Night, X: Or, Betty Shabazz v. The Nation and Julius Caesar (The Acting Company); The Lightning Thief (Lortel); Imagining the Imaginary Invalid (Mabou Mines); Satchmo at the Waldorf (Westside); Muscles in our Toes, Sunset Baby and Thinner Than Water (Labyrinth); New Golden Age and Rx (Primary Stages); All-American (LCT3), among others.

Regional: American Conservatory Theatre, Alliance, Asolo Rep, Baltimore Centerstage, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Chautauqua Theater Company, Cleveland Play House, Dallas Theater Center, Delaware Theatre Company, Dorset Theatre Festival, Glimmerglass Festival, Goodman, Guthrie, Huntington, Kansas City Rep, Long Wharf, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Merrimack Rep, Old Globe, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Signature Theatre, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Trinity Rep, Two River Theater, Washington National Opera, Weston Playhouse, Wilma and Yale Rep.

Awards: Lee is the recipient of the Helen Hayes Award (Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (nom), Richard III (nom), NAACP Award (Satchmo at the Waldorf), Connecticut Critics Circle Award (The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow), and has received nominations for the Irish Times Theatre Award (A Streetcar Named Desire) and the Suzi Bass Award (Smart Cookie).

Lee is a founding member of Wingspace Theatrical Design. He holds a Master of Fine Arts (Yale School of Drama), and a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Rhode Island School of Design), and is the Head of Scenic Design at Rutgers, Mason Gross School of the Arts.

Shows at PlayMakers