Lenore Doxsee (Associate Artistic Director) is a lighting and scenic designer for opera, dance and theater based in New York City. Ms. Doxsee is the resident lighting designer and Associate Artistic Director of Target Margin Theater. She was a member of the OBIE Award-winning production team for Target Margin’s production of Mamba’s Daughters in 1998. Other designs with TMT include: Second Language, The Really Big Once, A Family of Perhaps Three, Ten Blocks on the Camino Real, Faust, Parts 1 & 2, People are Wrong!, Dido, Queen of Carthage, South, Strictly Dishonorable, The Mystery of the Charity of St. Joan of Arc, Young Goodman Brown, India Song and many others. Her recent designs include choreographer Miguel Gutierrez’s “Everyone” at Abrons Arts Center, “Retrospective Exhibitionist/Difficult Bodies” at Dance Theater Workshop (for which she received a 2006 Bessie Award), and “Damnation Road” at The Kitchen. Her designs for opera include The Cunning Little Vixen at Lyric Opera of Chicago and Houston Grand Opera; Boris Goudenow and Psyche for Boston Early Music Festival; Faustus, the Last Night at Spoleto Festival USA, Giulio Cesare at Pittsburgh Opera; La Donna del Lago and Flavio at New York City Opera; Orlando at Glimmerglass Opera and NYC Opera; Tamerlano for Spoleto USA; Miss Julie, The Consul, Alcina and The Rake’s Progress for Curtis Institute of Music; and Cosi Fan Tutte at Music Academy of the West. She has designed for many New York theater companies including New Georges, Talking Band, Play Company and Lincoln Center Festival. She teaches design at New York University in the Department of Drama, Undergraduate and has also taught design at Williams College and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She is a member of United Scenic Artists Local 829.