William Bloodgood's scene designs have been in many regional theatres in the United States and abroad, including the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C., Arizona Theatre Company, Barbican Theatre Centre (U.K.), Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, the Children's Theatre Company, Denver Center Theatre Company, Guthrie Theater, Hong Kong Repertory Theatre, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Intiman Theatre in Seattle, the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, Portland Center Stage, San Jose Repertory Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seven Ages productions (Beijing) and Syracuse Stage, as well as the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, Oregon where he served as resident scenic designer for 32 years. He has complemented his work in theatre with experience in exhibit design and space planning. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Drama from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and a Master of Fine Arts in Theatre Arts from Pennsylvania State University.
Areas of Expertise
Design for Performance, Scene Design Skills, Digital Rendering, Graduate Studio 1, Graduate Studio 2
Scene designs for several productions, including The Piano Lesson (Seattle Repertory Theatre), Harvey (Guthrie Theater), Other Desert Cities and To Kill a Mockingbird (Syracus Stage).