Assistant Professor of Theater Arts
Scenic Design for Opera and Theater
Cameron Anderson has designed extensively at major theater and opera companies throughout the United States and across the world. She is known for her sculptural and evocative designs which create a psychological landscape for the play. She recently designed Simon Boccanegra at the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires, and West Side Story at the Kilden Performing Arts Center in Norway. Recent New York City credits include: The Language of Trees, directed by Alex Timbers at The Roundabout Theater Company, A Feminine Ending, directed by Blair Brown for Playwrights Horizons, Underground for David Dorfman Dance at BAM, Massacre (Sing to Your Children), directed by Kate Whorisky at LAByrinth Theatre Company, Dead City, directed by Daniela Topol for New Georges, Heddatron, directed by Alex Timbers for Le Freres Corbusier, Fault Lines, directed by David Schwimmer for Naked Angels, and The Screwtape Letters, (309 performances at the West Side Theater in NYC), and enjoyed runs in Chicago and Washington D.C. and is still on a National Tour. Recent opera credits include A Triple Bill of Gianni Schicchi, Seven Deadly Sins and Les Mamelles de Tirésias, Three Decembers, A Little Night Music, and West Side Story, all directed by Ken Cazan at Central City Opera, The Barber of Seville at the Opera Theatre of St Louis, Das Liebesverbot at USC, La Cenerentola for Glimmerglass Opera, Maria Padilla for the Minnesota Opera, Cosi Fan Tutte for the Seattle Opera, Don Giovanni and La Bohème at Wolf Trap Opera, and Scenes of Gypsy Life for Gotham Chamber Opera. She is thrilled to be joining the Brandeis Theater Department faculty.
Please see her website for more information and images of her work: www.cameronanderson.net
University of Cincinnati, M.F.A.
Wesleyan University, B.A.
Awards and Honors
Nomination for Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for my design of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at South Coast Repertory Theater (2012)
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