Onstage, for Once—Set Designer Derek McLane

Award-winning theatrical set designer Derek McLane ’80 will speak about his work at Harvard on October 14.

Derek McLane

Theatrical set designer Derek McLane ’80, subject of a 2008 profile in Harvard Magazine, comes to the Harvard campus on Thursday, October 14, where he will give a slide lecture and answer questions on his career and creative process at the New College Theatre, starting at 7:00 p.m. The event, staged by the Learning from Performers program and the Harvard Office of Career Services, is free and open to the public. McLane has received two OBIE Awards and a 2009 Tony Award for best scenic design of a play. His credits include the recent Broadway revival of Ragtime. 

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