Isabel A. Curley-Clay & Moriah Curley-Clay

Isabel & Moriah are an award-winning design team who have been designing for regional and Atlanta theaters for several years. Recent credits include Clever Little Lies, Butler, Alabama Story (Florida Studio Theatre), Lumberjacks in Love (Penobscot Theatre Company), Appropriate, Murder Ballad (Actor’s Express), Constellations, Freed Spirits, The Toxic Avenger (Horizon Theatre), Exit Strategy, Proof (Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre) and Big Fish (Theatrical Outfit). Isabel and Moriah are the recipients of seven Suzi Bass Awards, and were recently pro led as “theatre workers you should know” by American Theatre Magazine. They are both Resident Scenic Designers at Atlanta’s Horizon  Theatre, Artistic Associates at Theatrical Outfit and members USA829. 



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