Hugh Landwehr’s work on Broadway has included productions of Frozen, Bus Stop, All My Sons, and A View From The Bridge. Off-Broadway, he has designed Last Easter, Scattergood, Filumena, and The Baby Dance, among others. He has had long and productive relationships with many regional theatres in the United States including the Alley Theater in Houston, Texas, Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut, CENTERSTAGE in Baltimore, Maryland, the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, and the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, DC. He has worked with The Washington Ballet in Washington, DC, where he designed two full-length ballets, The Sun Also Rises and Sleepy Hollow. During the summer, he has designed at the Berkshire Theatre Festival, the Williamstown Theatre Festival, and the Westport Country Playhouse. He is presently a member of the faculty of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, and has taught at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, the North Carolina School of the Arts, and Williams College. He is proud to have twice been the recipient of NEA grants as an Associate Artist, to have won the Murphy Award in Design (administered by Long Wharf), and to be the 2003 winner of the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Set Design. He was educated at Yale College.