Allen Moyer

Set designer Allen Moyer made his San Francisco Opera debut in 2003 with The Mother of Us All, which was also seen at New York City Opera and Glimmerglass Opera, and he returned for Norma (2005), The Elixir of Love (2008), and Il Trittico (2009). Recent credits include Die Fledermaus, Der Fliegende Holländer, and Nixon in China for Canadian Opera Company; Orfeo ed Euridice for the Metropolitan Opera; The Last Savage and Les Contes d’Hoffmann for Santa Fe Opera; as well as the world premiere of Blanchard’s Champion and the American premiere of Alice for Opera Theatre of St. Louis. Moyer’s work has also been seen at Houston Grand Opera, Scottish Opera, Washington National Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, Welsh National Opera, Rome’s L’Accademia di Santa Cecilia, the Wexford Festival, Seattle Opera, and New York City Opera as well as the Mark Morris Dance Group (Romeo and Juliet: On Motifs of Shakespeare) and San Francisco Ballet (Sylvia). On Broadway, Moyer designed productions of Grey Gardens, The Little Dog Laughed, The Constant Wife, Twelve Angry Men, and Reckless, among others; he received a Tony Award nomination for his work on Grey Gardens as well as the 2006 Hewes Award from the American Theater Wing and an Obie Award for sustained excellence.