JAMES BROOKMAN is pleased to again work with this extraordinary Company and on this classic mystery. James first worked with lighting designer Grant Putney in 1973. Together they produced Live Theater in Northern Colorado even before Lincoln Center was redeveloped into the facility you are enjoying this evening. James feels fortunate to collaborate again with Master Carpenter Thom D’Albergaria. Thom and James first worked together in OpenStage productions during the 1970s. He is grateful, as well, to be able to work with members of his family in this production: his lifemate Carla, designer of props and set dressing, brother David, the draftsman/carpenter, and incredible sister Jeanne Criswell, designer and fiber maven. James' most recent work with OpenStage was the scenic design for August: Osage County, for which he received an OpenStage Opus Award and was nominated for a Colorado Theatre Guild Henry Award. James hopes you enjoy the show and that you know it comes straight from our hearts.
James's Work in OpenStage Theatre
|Steel Magnolias||Scenic Painter|
|And Then There Were None||Scenic Designer/Scenic Artist|
|August: Osage County- Essential Season||Scenic Designer|
|The North Plan||Carpenter|
|Stage Kiss||Scenic Designer/Master Carpenter/Lead Painter|
|True West||Master Carpenter/Scenic Painter|