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Kel Millionie

Guest Set and Lighting Designer

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Kel Millionie is a lighting designer and sceneographer currently residing in Baltimore, Maryland. He is the repertory lighting designer and sceneographer for American Opera Theater and D+N Aerial Theatre.

Mr Millionie’s work has been described as “hauntingly ethereal” (The New York Times) “poetic, [and] atmospheric” (The Baltimore Sun) as well as “effective, [and] plot driven” (The Washington Post) and “part Robert Wilson / part Meridith Monk” (ionarts). Kel has worked with a diverse array of performance teams including: The Liz Lerman Dance Exchange, Grammy Award winner Moby, Tori Amos, Academy Award nominee Bill Pullman, Starke Theater, Towson University, and Baltimore Theater Project’s presentation of Joyce J. Scott as well as other Theatre Project premieres.

For the Peabody Chamber Opera at Theatre Project, he has designed and lit the productions of The Rape of Lucretia in January, 2007, and The Yellow Wallpaper in February, 2008. He will also design Dora in April, 2009.

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