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Peter West

Recent credits include: 9 Parts of Desire at the Manhattan Ensemble Theatre, A Month In the Country at The Manhattan School of Music, Peter Pucci at the Joyce, Edisa Weeks and Delirious Dance at the Puffin Room, 4 Becket Short Plays at The American Can Factory, The Trojan Women at Juilliard, Pericles at the Culture Project, Black Sheep at Barrington Stage Company (directed by Daniel Fish), and Billy Nijinski, directed by Richard Colton, which won Best Production at the 2002 New York Fringe Festival. Other New York Theater credits include Byrd's Boy at Primary Stages, Up Against the Wind at New York Theatre Workshop and over 20 productions with the Juilliard Drama Division. Regional credits include Uncle Vanya at Playmakers, Side Man at ACT (Seattle), Loves Labours Lost, Cymbeline, and Macbeth at Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Much Ado About Nothing at the California Shakespeare Theatre, and The Country Wife, The Rivals, and Lady Windemere's Fan at the Shakespeare Theatre. He designed the NETworks tour of Kiss of the Spiderwoman in both America and Japan. Other international credits include the Teatro Filharmonico in Verona, Italy, the Artsphere Theater in Tokyo, and Endemol Productions in the Netherlands as well as extensive touring as the Lighting Director of the White Oak Dance Project. (1998-2002). He has collaborated with Amy Spencer and Richard Colton on a variety of projects over the last fifteen years. More information available at