Brian Healy

Assistant Professor, Stage Design & Technical Production
Mainstage Scenic & Lighting Designer


  • TH230 Stagecraft I (Fall 2020, Winter & Spring 2021)
  • TH295 Foundations in Theatrical Design (Spring 2021)
  • TH330 Stagecraft II (Fall 2020, Winter & Spring 2021)
  • TH432 Scenic Design (Fall 2020)
  • Scenic & Lighting Designer: An Iliad, Shelter, Chatroom

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About Brian Healy

Brian received his MFA in Theatrical Design from the University of Washington, and his B.A. in Theatre from Truman State University. He has taught lighting design, scenic design, stagecraft, and dramatic theory for seventeen years.

Between the Pacific Coast and the Great Lakes Brian has worked at or with such companies as Sundance Resort (Utah), Hale Centre Theatre (Salt Lake), Seattle Repertory Theatre, Book-It Repertory Theatre (Seattle), Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center (Seattle), Long Beach Opera (CA), Raven Theatre (Chicago), Shattered Globe Theatre (Chicago), Windy City Music Theatre (Chicago), Mount Baker Repertory Theatre (Bellingham), St. Louis Shakespeare Company, St. Louis Science Center, and St. Louis Black Rep.

Brian has designed for, or taught at, University College Dublin Ireland, Western Washington University, Bellevue College, Lake Forest College, and Utah Valley University where as Head of Design he oversaw student design and technical direction for back to back National Award winning productions through the Kennedy Center in Washington DC (Vincent in Brixton and Next to Normal); a feat never before accomplished in the American College Theatre Festival’s history.

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