Greg MacPherson designs include Roulette, at the John Houseman Theater, the New York productions of The Rooster in the Henhouse, Broad Channel, and Ensemble Studio Theatre’s annual Marathon of One-Act Plays (1985 through 2003). He also designed the New York and Los Angeles productions of Tape, and the New York and Chicago productions of Killer Joe. Past work includes In Transit at LaMama ETC, The Pitchfork Disney at Here, Easter for Naked Angels and Masha No Home, Summer Cyclone, and Moving Bodies at Ensemble StudioTheater. He recently designed The Wizard of Oz, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Cinderella for Ballet Memphis. He designs the lighting for the ongoing Las Vegas production of Penn & Teller. Greg has worked with directors Jerry Zaks, Trip Cullman, and David Esbjornson designing new plays by Warren Leight, Christopher Durang, Romulus Linney, Horton Foote, Jose Rivera, and John Guare. He has enjoyed designing for The 52nd Street Project since 1988 and has taught lighting design at Sarah Lawrence College since 1990. Greg has been a member at EST since 1985.