James F. Ingalls
Stratford debut: Lighting designer of A Midsummer Night's Dream: A Chamber Play. Other Canadian Work: Hercules, Tristan und Isolde, The Magic Flute, Rigoletto (Canadian Opera Company); Onegin (National Ballet); The House of Martin Guerre (Canadian Stage). Recent Theatre: The Seagull (Huntington Theatre/Boston), The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window (Oregon Shakespeare Festival). Recent Opera: Dialogues of the Carmelites and the world première of 27 (Opera Theatre of St. Louis), Katya Kabanova (Spoleto Festival/U.S.A.), Cendrillon (The Juilliard School); Tristan und Isolde (Paris Opera/Bastille, Teatro Real/Madrid) and The Indian Queen (Perm Opera/Russia), directed by Peter Sellars. Recent Dance: Marathon Cadenzas, Perpetual Dawn, To Make Crops Grow (Paul Taylor Dance Company); Waiting at the Station, choreographed by Twyla Tharp (Pacific Northwest Ballet). He often collaborates with Melanie Rios Glaser and The Wooden Floor dancers, Santa Ana, California.