Claire DeLiso

Claire DeLiso is a French-American New York City-based set designer. Claire’s selected design credits include Mlima’s Tale (Westport Country Playhouse), Where We Stand (co-pro with WP Theatre and Baltimore Center Stage), Twelfth Night (Two River Theatre), The Tempest (The Public Mobil Unit) Imogen Says Nothing (Yale Repertory Theatre, A Padlas (Csokonai Színház, Hungary) The Tempest, As You Like It (HPSCE/ The Public Theatre); New Domestic Architecture, Women Beware Women, Titus Andronicus (Yale School of Drama); The 39 Steps, Red, God of Carnage, and Mr. Burns, a post-electric play (New Century Theatre). Claire is the first recipient of the Burry Fredrik Design Fellowship from the Yale School of Drama, where Claire received her scenic design MFA. Claire has worked as an associate on productions on Broadway and at The Public, the Goodman Theatre, Lincoln Center, A.R.T, Théâtre National de Rennes and more. Claire was born and raised in a small town in the south of France called Lourmarin.

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