- 9 KINDS OF SILENCE - PLAYCO
- FOR THE PEOPLE - THE GUTHRIE THEATER
- THE CHINESE LADY - EVERYMAN THEATER
- GEVA THEATRE CENTER - DIAL "M" FOR MURDER
Emma Deane is an Indigenous lighting designer, and a citizen of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation. Originally from Chicago, she now designs across the country.
Recent credits include Confederates (Signature Theatre NYC); Dial M For Murder (Westport Country Playhouse); Trouble in Mind (Hartford Stage); Peter Pan and Wendy (Kansas City Rep); On the Far End, Jennifer Who is Leaving (Round House Theatre); Three Sisters, Much Ado About Nothing (Two River Theater); BAKKHAI (Baltimore Center Stage); In the Southern Breeze (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater); Queen of Basel (TheaterWorks Hartford); Jane Eyre (Geva Theatre Center); Manahatta (Yale Repertory Theater); Legally Blonde: The Musical (NYU Tisch); and Tiny Beautiful Things (TheatreSquared). Other credits include YELL: A "DOCUMENTARY" OF MY TIME HERE, Reykjavík, Trouble in Mind, shakespeare’s as u like it and Romeo and Juliet (Yale School of Drama); Little Boy/Little Man, Burn Book, The Light Fantastic, Mud, The Guadalupes (Yale Cabaret); Pinocchio: A Folk Musical, Fog Island (Filament Theatre); The Amish Project, Still (Interrobang Theatre Project); Hitler on the Roof, Hand in Hand, Nothing of Me (Akvavit Theatre); The Woman in Black (Wildclaw); Buddy Cop 2 (Pavement Group) and associate lighting design on Dreaming Zenzile (NYTW, St. Louis Rep) and The Nutcracker (The House Theater). Additional credits include work with The Fisher Center at Bard, Court Theatre, The Goodman, Albany Park Theater Project, Steppenwolf Theater Company, Northlight Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, and Shakespeare Academy at Stratford.
MFA - Yale School of Drama. USA 829.