Sí Se Puede: Puerto Rican Lighting Designers
In this special event hosted by the Davis Performing Arts Center, Puerto Rican Lighting Designers share their journey through their design process— from their design ideas to opening night and beyond. Helen Hayes Award-winning Lighting Designer Alberto Segarra convenes fellow Boricua designers with origins in designing for theater for a conversation about how their training in Puerto Rico reverberates through their artistic process and the many ways they make art today across borders and contexts. Guests include Maria Cristina Fusté, Manuel Ramirez Guevara, and Marién V. Rodriguez, whose work ranges from museum installations to regional theater, public festivals to private architectural spaces. FORUM WILL BE CONDUCTED IN ENGLISH
This discussion is a Special Event in Georgetown University’s Theater & Performance Studies Program’s 2020-2021 15th Anniversary Home Season, “Seeds of Change: Reimagining the World,” Professor Maya E. Roth, Artistic Director.