Wendall K. Harrington
Designer of Projections for Performance

Broadway Productions include:
They’re Playing Our Song
The Elephant Man
I Remember Mama
Peter Allen Up In One
The Music Man
Children of a Lesser God
My One and Only
The Glass Menagerie
The Human Comedy
The Heidi Chronicles
Catskills on Broadway
The Will Rogers Follies
Four Baboons Adoring the Sun
The Who’s Tommy
Sally Marr and her Consorts
Having Our Say
Racing Demon
Steel Pier
John Leguizamo’s Freak
Amy’s View
The Capeman
The Civil Wars
Putting it Together
Vincent in Brixton
The Last Confederate Widow
Drowning Crow
The Good Body
In My Life
Grey Gardens
Driving Miss Daisy
All the Way

Off Broadway/Regional:
The Twelve Dreams
Portrait of Jenny-The Musical
Merrily We Roll Along (4 times)
Into the Woods
Haddock’s Eyes
Hyde in Hollywood
Romance in Hard Times
Power Failure
Fires in the Mirror
The Brothers Karamazov
Randy Newman’s Faust
A Christmas Carol
Night and Her Stars
Time and Again
Golden Child
Whistle Down the Wind
The Naked Eye
The Amazing Metrano
As Thousands Cheer
The Investigation
Lez Mizrahi
The Education of Randy Newman
To Be or Not to Be
Having Our Say
Angels In America

The Photographer (Glass)
The Juniper Tree (Glass/Moran)
The Magic Flute (Mozart)
Orfeo ed Euridice (Hayden)
Transatlantic (Antheil)
A View From the Bridge (Bolcom)
Turn of the Screw (Britten)
Manon Lescaut (Puccini)
Nixon in China (Adams)
Grapes of Wrath (Gordon)
Rusalka (Dvořák)
Ghosts of Versailles (Corigliano)
Morning Star (Gordon)
La Fancuilla del West (Puccini)
Die Todt Stadt (Korngold)
Die Gezeichneten (Schreker)
Tristan and Isolde (Wagner)
Lucia di Lammermoor (Donizetti)
Werther (Massenet)

The Ballad of You and Me (Lynn Taylor Corbett)
Othello (Lar Lubovich)
Ballet Mecanique (Doug Varone & Dancers)
The Nutcracker (Helgi Tomasson)
Deconstructing English (Doug Varone & Dancers)
Anna Karenina (Alexi Ratmansky)
The Firebird (Alexei Ratmansky)
Cinderella (Alexei Ratmansky)
Don Quixote (Yuri Possokhov)
OPERA! (Alexei Ratmansky)
Pictures at an Exhibition (Alexei Ratmansky)

The Talking Heads (Stop Making Sense Tour)
Elvis, The Tribute (Memphis Pyramid, PolyGram Entertainment)
I Hear American Singing (PBS)
Gershwin at 100 (Carnegie Hall, PBS)
Symphony for the Earth, Millenium Celebration (NHK)
Simon & Garfunkel (Old Friends Tour)
Chris Rock (Black Ambition Tour)
Chris Rock (No Apologies Tour)
John Fogerty (Déjà Vu Tour)
William Bolcom’s Songs of Innocence and Experience (Vocal Essence)
Carnegie 120 (Carnegie Hall)
Grapes of Wrath (Carnegie Hall)
Sound Of Music (Carnegie Hall)
Carnegie 125 (Carnegie Hall)

Director/Producer/ Visual Director:
• Esquire Magazine 50th Anniversary
• New Yorker Magazine 75th Anniversary
• NBA All-Star Game 2000
• Projections for Launch of Greek Olympic Year at the MET, Costa Gavras, Director
• Sets and Projection for Hope Is The Thing With Feathers
• Sets and Projection for Rappahannock County
• Direction, sets & projections for the new opera Arjuna’s Dilemma by Doug Cuomo, for Music Theatre Group,
• Direction, design & projections Snapshots, a group of new string quartets by modern composers around visual themes, Merkin Hall
• Created visual concepts and dramaturgy for Les Mizrahi, Isaac Mizrahi’s one man show at The Drama Dept.
• Created projected player introductions for the New York Knicks, New York Rangers and New York Liberty Madison Square Garden, NYC.

“Words on Fire” 1990, Alive From Off-Center/KTCA–PBS affiliate
Produced half hour PBS program, “Words on Fire” in which five modern day storytellers offer their own personal interpretations of the word “fire”. It included work by Chris Durang, Jo Carson, Rinde Eckert, Todd Alcott as well as Fred Kurchack’s incendiary performance of an excerpt from Shakespeare’s The Tempest.

• The Diary of Petr Ginz, 2009. Created contextualizing envelope for a production of the the Opera Brundibar for Opera Theatre of St Louis, Palm Beach Opera, as well as live stream
• Wolfe’s Orlando, a Ballet in progress. Creation of a ballet libretto from the novel

Theatre Awards:
• 1993 Winner Drama Desk, American Theater Wing Award, Outer Circle Critics Award for The Who’s Tommy.
• 1995 Obie for Sustained Excellence in Projections
• 2000 Michael Merrit Award for Design and Collaboration
• 2015 Players Club Theatre Person of the Year
• 2015 USITT Distinguished Achievement in Education

Luminous Productions, Inc.
Producing Director 1979-1985
Produced video and Multi-image works for corporate clients. Industry Awards included AMI International Gold Award for best concept and script for “Multi Image Murders” images set to a wordless jazz score by Kirk Nurock for scat vocal, piano and horn. Produced and directed the 25 minute multi-image film, “Fifty Who Made a Difference” which won the IFPA Gold Award, The Gold Hugo from Chicago International Film Festival and First Place Gold Camera from the US Industrial Film Festival.

Esquire Magazine
Editor at Large 1987-1988
Design Director 1985-1987
Responsible for re-design and re-launch of the men’s magazine for the 90’s. As editor at large, responsible for cultural reporting. Conceived and edited, Randy Shilts’ “My Life on the AIDS Tour” selected for Best American Essays 1990.

Lecturer in Visual Theater:
Seminars given at Broadway Lighting Master Class (since inception mid 90’s) NYU, UCSD, CalArts, Bard, De Paul University, VCU, Brown, Emerson. First Chair, Broadway Master Class in Projections.
Head of projection design concentration, design department, Yale School of Drama