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Ken Booth,
Resident Artist,

2021-2022 Season: Lighting Design, Metamorphoses, All’s Well That Ends Well, A Christmas Carol, An Iliad

Ken began lighting in theater over 30 years ago at Stages Theater in Hollywood for Director Paul Verdier (Camaralenta/Slowmotion). He has had the privilege of working with many renowned directors such as Ron Link (Melody Jones: A Striptease in Two Acts); Maria Irene Fornes (Fefu And Her Friends); Stephanie Shroyer (Caucasian Chalk Circle); Deborah LaVine (Kindertransport); William H. Macy (Oleanna); Stephen Sachs (Bakersfield Mist); Simon Levy (A House Not Meant To Stand); Dana Jackson (Eccentricities of A Nightingale); Dennis Erdman (Rocky Horror Picture Show); Justin Tanner (Heartbreak Help); Shirley Jo Finney (From The Mississippi Delta); Bart DeLorenzo (Cymbeline); Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx (Charlotte Stay Close); Geoff Elliott (Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead); and Julia Rodriguez-Elliott (Argonautika). Ken is the Resident Lighting Designer at A Noise Within where he has designed over sixty productions. Some of his favorites include Ubu Roi, Great Expectations, Henry V, Buried Child, A Wilde Holiday, Taming of the Shrew, and The Chairs. Ken studied English Literature and creative writing at UCLA.

More about Ken on our Blog:

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RA “Spotlight”: Lighting Design with Ken Booth