Andrew Lieberman

Set designer

Andrew LiebermanA graduate of the University of Washington and Lewis and Clark Collage, USA. Mr. Lieberman has worked previously with director Christopher Alden on the Laurence Olivier and Helpmann Award winning production of Handel’s Partenope (English National Opera, Sydney, San Francisco), Mozart’s Cosí fan Tutte and Bernstein’s A Quiet Place (New York City Opera), Verdi’s Aida (Deutsche Oper Berlin), and Gluck’s L’isle de Merlin (Spoleto Festival, USA). The design for Aida was shown at the 2011 Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space. Most recently he designed Don Carlos at Philadelphia Opera, directed by Tim Albery. Other recent work includes Handel’s Julius Caesar (ENO), Argento’s The Aspern Papers (Dallas Opera), Poulenc’s Dialogues of the Carmelites (Opera Theater of St. Louis), Offenbach’s Orphèe Aux Enfers (Virginia Opera), Philip Glass’s Kepler (Spoleto Festival, USA), Beethoven’s Fidelio (Saarländisches Staatsoper), Chabrier’s L’etoile (Den Nye Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, New York City Opera, Austin Lyric Opera, Montreal Opera, Cincinnati Opera), Philip Glass’s Orphée (Glimmerglass Opera, Portland Opera, Virginia Opera, Pittsburg Opera), and Britten’s Turn of the Screw (Boston Lyric Opera). Most recently his theater designs have been seen in the Broadway revival of William Inge’s Picnic, Stew’s The Total Bent (The Public Theater), John Osborne’s Look Back in Anger (Roundabout Theater Company), Annie Baker’s The Aliens (Rattlestick Theater), as well as her new adaptation of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya (Soho Rep). He designed Joanna Lauren’s Poor Beck (Royal Shakepeare Company) and has worked at America’s most prominent theaters, including The Shakespeare Theater, Second Stage, Center Stage, Long Wharf Theater, McCarter Theater, and ART. In New York, his designs have been nominated for Drama Desk and Lortel Awards. Upcoming projects include Othello (New York Theater Workshop), The Glass Menagerie (Broadway), and Hamlet (Theater for a New Audience). Mr. Lieberman is a recipient of The Princess Grace Fabergé Theater Award and is Head of Stage Design at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.