Georgia Junghyun Lee, Fabian Obispo, Oliver Wason and Dan Scully make up the design team behind SESAR and THE CHINESE LADY at Theatre Row.
Orlando Pabotoy writes and performs his one-person play SESAR, directed by Richard Feldman. SESAR plays from October 20 to November 1, 2018. Next is Lloyd Suh‘s THE CHINESE LADY, a co-production with Barrington Stage Company, directed by Ralph B. Peña, and featuring Shannon Tyo (“Bright Half Life”) and Daniel K. Isaac (Showtime’s “Billions”). THE CHINESE LADY plays from November 7 to 18, 2018.
Junghyun Georgia Leeis our set and costume designer for SESAR and THE CHINESE LADY. A graduate of the Yale School of Drama, Georgia was born in Korea, and works out of New York. She previously designed costumes of Ma-Yi Theater’s productions of “American Hwangap,” and “Teenage Dick.” Her designs have also been featured at The Play Co., Guthrie Theater, and Huntington Theatre Company, to name just a few. Read more about her here: junghyunleedesign.com
Oliver Wason is our lighting designer for both plays as well. Another graduate of the Yale School of Drama, Oliver has previously designed shows at Ma-Yi Theater, incuding “House/Rules,” “Among the Dead,” and “Peer Gynt and The Norwegian Hapa Band.” Read more about Oliver at oliverwason.com
Fabian Obispo is our Sound Designer for SESAR and THE CHINESE LADY. Fabian is a long-time Ma-Yi Theater collaborator. He has designed sound and composed original music for many Ma-Yi productions including “Caucasian Chalk Circle,” Portrait of the Artist,” “Flipzoids,” “Mother Courage,” and “Among The Dead,” to name a few. He is currently working on a new musical with Jessica Hagedorn that Ma-Yi Theater will premiere in 2019.
Dan Scully is our Projection Designer for SESAR. Dan is a Brooklyn-based projection designer with a background in performance and computer technology. His more recent works include “If/Then” (National Tour), “Rocky”(Broadway), “Jedermann” (Salzburger Festspeile), “Another Night” (Alvin Ailey/ADT), “The Orchestra Moves!” (Carnegie Hall), and “When The Wolves Came In” (Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion). Read more about Dan at danscully.com