Rasean is delighted to be working with the Alliance. An Ohio native, his work as a projection designer, animator and filmmaker can be found in theater, film and installations. His credits include: Off-Broadway: Midsummer (Tiltyard). Regional: The Stone Witch (Berkshire Theatre Group), Cymbeline (Yale Repertory Theatre), A Disappearing Number (Timeline Theatre Company), columbinus (ArtsEmerson/American Theater Company), Angels in America: Millenium Approaches and Perestroika (Court Theatre). International: Farewell My Concubine (Ningbo Song and Dance Company/Yin Mei Dance, China). Other credits include collaborations with The Hypocrites Theater, The Civilians, Manual Cinema, Yale Opera, Halcyon Theatre, Teatro Vista, and Chicago Dramatists. He has lectured at Yale University, Boston University, Syracuse University, The Theatre School at DePaul University and The Ohio State University. M.F.A. Yale School of Drama in Design.
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