Dan Conway

Daniel Conway has designed more than a dozen plays for Round House Theatre. Other projects include The Scottsboro Boys at Signature Theatre; Born Yesterday and Sabrina Fair at Ford’s Theatre; MacBeth at Chicago Shakespeare Theatre; Penn and Teller on Broadway; the premiere of Queens for a Year at Hartford Stage; The Tempest (directed by Aaron Posner and Teller) for American Repertory Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare, and South Coast Repertory theatres; At Wit’s End, Love in Afghanistan, Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike at Arena Stage; the premiere of American Song at Milwaukee Rep; The Games Afoot at Cleveland Playhouse; Company, Hairspray, Chess, and Sunset Boulevard, and Jelly’s Last Jam at Signature Theatre; and The Merry Wives of Windsor at Shakespeare Theatre Company; Hand to God, Three Sisters, and the premiere of No Sisters at Studio Theatre; District Merchant at South Coast Repertory; At Wit’s End at Cincinnati Playhouse. He is A fourteen-time Helen Hayes nominee for Outstanding Set Design, and received the award in 2000, 2009, and 2015. Most recently in 2017, he won for Stunning at Woolly Mammoth Theatre. In 2019, Mr. Conway was the featured American set designer at The Prague Quadrennial of International Theatre Design and Performance Art.

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Scenic Design