Itai ErdalThird season: Lighting designer of Taking Shakespeare and The Thrill. Co-writer and performer of How to Disappear Completely. Stratford: TitusAndronicus, The Best Brothers, Hirsch, Elektra. Elsewhere: She Stoops to Conquer, Intimate Apparel, Billy Bishop Goes to War (Arts Club); Where the Blood Mixes, A Christmas Carol, Vincent in Brixton (Vancouver Playhouse); The Idiot, Crime and Punishment, My Name is Rachel Corrie (Neworld Theatre); Sweeney Todd (Citadel); Troilus and Cressida, The Winter's Tale (Bard on the Beach); 16 Up, Dirty Kissing, Time for the Good Looking Boy (Box Clever, London); The Empty Orchestra, Broiler, YUFO, Dress Me Up With Your Love (Theatre Replacement); It's a Wonderful Life, Alice in Wonderland, The Hobbit, The Secret World of Og, Seussical (Carousel Theatre); The League of Nathans, Killing Caesar (Touchstone); Wuthering Heights (Tamasha, London). Awards: Jessie Awards for Most Promising Newcomer, Life Savers (Ruby Slippers) and Jesus Hopped the A Train (Glass City Theatre); Dora Award and Best Design in the Dublin Fringe for The Four Horsemen Project (Volcano); Victoria's Critics' Choice Spotlight Award for The Life Inside (Belfry); ADC's Jack King Award. Online: www.itaierdal.com, www.theelbow.ca. Et cetera: Itai's solo performance of How to Disappear Completely (Chop Theatre) has been produced in Vancouver, Toronto, Seattle and Victoria, and was nominated for a Jessie Award and a Dora Award for best touring production. It can be seen this August at the SummerWorks Festival in Toronto. Itai is the artistic director of The Elbow Theatre in Vancouver and a member of Associated Designers of Canada.
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