E. D. Intemann Resume - Lighting Design

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Contact Information:

edi@edintemann.info

Education:

1984 - Cornell University, MFA—Theatre Arts, Design
1981 - Denver University, BA— Theatre, Magna Cum Laude


Member of United Scenic Artists, Local 829 in Scenic and Lighting Design


Professional Lighting Design — Selected Designs

International:

2002 - WAITING FOR GODOT —Richard Schechner, Confrontations Festival-Lublin, Poland

Off-Broadway and New York City

2009 - A PLAY ON WORDS —Margarett Perry, 59E59 Theaters
America's Off Broadway Festival
2008 - OUTSIDE INN —Melanie Dreyer, 59E59 Theaters
2003 - YOKASTAS (premiere) —Richard Schechner, La Mama Etc
2002 - IT'S MORE WHAT I DON'T SAY —Byron Suber, Danspace Project at St. Marks

Burning Coal Theatre—Raleigh, NC (Company member)

2011 - BLUE (premiere) —Mark Sutch
2010 - ST. NICHOLAS —Randy Rand
2009 - WAY TO HEAVEN —Mathew Earnest
- MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING —Emily Ranii
Indy Week Best Design and Best Production of 2009
2007 - LOVE SONG OF J. ROBERT OPPENHEIMER —Emily Ranii
Indy Week Best Production of 2007

Kitchen Theatre—Ithaca NY

2010 - PRIVATE LIVES —Margarett Perry
- IN THIS PLACE —Ain Gordon
2008 - TONY & THE SOPRANO —Rachel Lampert
- THE TWO OF YOU —Margarett Perry
- SOUVENIR —Sara Lampert-Hoover
Syracuse Area Live Theatre Award for Best Production of the Summer Season
2007 - MARRIAGE MINUET —Margarett Perry

Other Regional Theatre

2010 - CROWNS —Rebecca Holderness, Temple Theatre-Sanford, NC
2009 - NOVEMBER —Peter Flynn, Hangar Theatre-Ithaca, NY
2007 - THE FOREIGNER —Sara Lampert-Hoover, Chenango River Theatre-Greene, NY
2004 - SCALING THE WALLS —Joyce Morgenroth, Maryland Institute College of Art-Baltimore, MD
2003 - CARNAVAL MASQUERADE —Beth Milles, Eastman School of Music-Rochester, NY
1997 - VALLEY SONG —Bill Lelbach, Shadowland Theatre-Ellenville, NY
1995 - YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU —Ellen Schlaefer, Workshop Theatre-Columbia, SC
1994 - THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST —Jim Patterson, Charlotte Repertory Theatre-Charlotte, NC
Charlotte Theatre Award for Best Lighting Design
1992 - I HATE HAMLET —Kenneth Kay, Flat Rock Playhouse-C, NC
- AN UNEXPECTED EVENING WITH JUNE HAVOC —June Havoc, Flat Rock Playhouse-Flat Rock, NC
1989 - WAIT UNTIL DARK —Larry Kulp, Kohler Arts Center-Sheboygan, WI
- WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF —Franklin White, Fargo Moorhead Theatre-Fargo, ND
1988 - THE BLOOD KNOT —Joy Brown, Kohler Arts Center-Sheboygan, WI
- STEEL MAGNOLIAS —Roy Steinberg, Kohler Arts Center-Sheboygan, WI


Professional Lighting Design — Academic Positions

CORNELL UNIVERSITY – Department of Theatre, Film and Dance, 1995 – present

RESIDENT LIGHTING DESIGNER/SENIOR LECTURER

Designed or supervised lighting of six- to ten-show season of regional theatre in academic setting with five performance spaces; designed scenery and lighting for dance concerts; developed and taught design and related courses; served on graduate committees in Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Design and Environmental Analysis; designed and marketed software for theatrical design; advised students and student organizations; Lighting designs include:

2010 - BIG LOVE —Beth Milles
-THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR —Richard Hamburger
2009 - LEONARD BERNSTEIN'S MASS —David Feldshuh
2008 - GOD'S EAR —Ken Schmoll
2007 - BOURGEOIS GENTLEMAN —Beth Milles
2006 - LITTLE WOMEN —Reggie Life
-THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH —Ken Stephens
2005 - OTHELLO —Robert Kalfin
2004 - GRAPES OF WRATH —Bruce Levitt
2003 - ANTIGONE —David Feldshuh
-HAMLET —Bruce Levitt
2001 - AMADEUS —David Feldshuh
2000 - MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING —Ian Wooldridge
-A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE —Bob Hall
1999 - A FLEA IN HER EAR —Ron Wilson
1998 - TWILIGHT: LOS ANGELES 1992 —Bennie Ambush
1996 - ANGELS IN AMERICA II: PERESTROIKA —David Feldshuh

THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA – Department of Theatre 1989 – 1995

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Designed or supervised lighting of a ten- to fifteen-show season in four theaters including proscenium and arena spaces; designed scenery and lighting for professional summer company; oversaw MFA lighting design program; originated and taught courses in CAD, technical drawing, and creativity; revised MFA and BA design curricula; chaired Curriculum and Play Selection Committees, served on University Senate and departmental committees. Lighting designs include:

1994 - ANYTHING GOES —Jim Patterson
1993 - LE JEUNE HOMME ET LA MORTE —Susan Anderson
1992 - TWELFTH NIGHT —Richard Jennings
1991 - TRACERS —Richard Gilman
-BOOTH (premiere) —Kevin Kelly
1990 - THE MYSTERY OF IRMA VEP —Alex Chrestopoulos
-KISS ME KATE —Paul Giovanni
1989 - THE GREAT WHITE HOPE —Ann Dreher


Related Employment:

1992 - Resident Lighting Designer, Flat Rock Playhouse
1988-89 - Resident Scenery and Lighting Designer, John Michael Kohler Arts Center
1984-88 - Assistant Professor—Scenery and Lighting Design, Department of Theatre, Frostburg State University
1980 - Electrician, Santa Fe Opera; Craig Miller, Designer
1979 - Design Intern, Julliard School; Paul Gallo, Designer
1979 - Master Electrician, Colorado Shakespeare Festival; Richard Riddell, Designer

 

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