Brian Sidney Bembridge
Brian has designed scenic and/or lighting design for numerous TimeLine productions, including THE HISTORY BOYS (Equity Jeff Award - Scenic Design, Midsize Theater), NOT ENOUGH AIR, DOLLY WEST'S KITCHEN, WIDOWERS' HOUSES, THE GENERAL FROM AMERICA, THE CHILDREN'S HOUR, GUANTANAMO: HONOR BOUND TO DEFEND FREEDOM, A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS, COPENHAGEN, HANNAH AND MARTIN, (Non-Equity Jeff Award - Lighting Design), MARTIN FUREY'S SHOT, PRAVDA, IT'S ALL TRUE (Non-Equity Jeff Award nomination - Scenic Design), A CRY OF PLAYERS and PARAGON SPRINGS (After Dark Award - Overall Design).
His other work includes:
Second Stage, the New York premiere of WARRIOR at Theater at Saint Clement's, Kids With Guns Theater Company, Jean Cocteau Repertory Theatre.
Chicago Shakespeare Theater.
The Goodman Theatre, Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Court Theatre, Guthrie Theater, Actor's Theater of Louisville, The Children's Theatre Company, Alliance Theater, California Shakespeare Theater, Two River Theater, Milwaukee Repertory, Madison Repertory, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Circle X Theatre Company (Company Member), Northlight Theatre, The Chicago Theater, The Second City Chicago/Toronto, Ravinia Music Festival, The Arden Theatre, Opera Omaha, Virginia Opera, Lookingglass Theatre Company (Associate Artist), Writers' Theatre, Next Theatre, Ravinia Music Festival, Famous Door Theater Company, UMA Productions (Artistic Associate), Teatro Vista (Artistic Associate), American Theater Company, Naked Eye Theatre Company, The Chicago Theatre, Drury Lane Theaters, Noble Fool Theatricals, Live Bait Theater, Apple Tree Theatre, Luna Negra Dance Theater, Chicago Civic Ballet, among others.
Film Production Design:
Wallace Shawn’s MARIE AND BRUCE, HOLDING OUT, STRAY DOGS, LATE FOR CHURCH and set design for MUPPETS FROM SPACE.
Brian has received multiple Joseph Jefferson Awards, LA Drama Critics Circle Awards and Garland Awards and an LA Weekly Award. He holds a BFA degree from the North Carolina School of the Arts. For more information about his work, please visit briansidneybembridge.com.
updated as of March 2010