Hugh P. Landwehr

Adjunct Teacher

B.A., Yale. Hugh Landwehr has designed scenery throughout the United States. Productions on Broadway of Frozen, Bus Stop, All My Sons, and A View From The Bridge. Off-Broadway productions of Last Easter, Scattergood, Filumena, The Baby Dance, The Entertainer, Candide, The Snow Orchid, Ladyhouse Blues, and others. Long and productive relationships with many regional theatres including the Alley Theatre, CENTERSTAGE in Baltimore, Long Wharf Theatre, Seattle Rep, ACT in Seattle, the Globe Theatre in San Diego, the Guthrie Theatre, the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, DC, Ford’s Theatre, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Kansas City Rep, and Actors Theatre of Louisville, among others. For the Washington Ballet in Washington, DC he has designed two full-length ballets, The Sun Also Rises and Sleepy Hollow. Has designed since 1973 at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, where he is an Honorary Associate, and has been responsible for many productions at the Westport Country Playhouse, the Berkshire Theatre Festival, and the Utah Shakespeare Festival. He frequently is a member of film and TV art departments. He has been a member of the faculties of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, the North Carolina School of the Arts, and Williams College. Has twice received NEA grants as an Associate Artist, has been a participant in the Quadrennial Exhibition of Scenography in Prague, has the won the Murphy Award in Design, and is the 2003 winner of the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Set Design.