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David Tennenbaum  David Tennenbaum has been working in the entertainment industry for over thirty years. As a set designer in the theatre community in Boston and Chicago, he has worked for such companies as the American Repertory Theatre, the Boston Shakespeare Company, the Organic Theatre, and the Remains Theatre. Directors and playwrights he has worked with include Edward Albee, Robert Brustein, David Mamet, and Peter Sellars.

David’s career in film and television took off when he moved to Chicago. He worked for eight years as the assistant set designer at WTTW Channel 11 (PBS). He was involved with projects on both a local and national level ranging from news and cooking shows to dance and music specials. For four years he was the art director for the television series “Early Edition”, and as a set designer his film credits include: “Road to Perdition”, “The Lake House”, and “US Marshals”, to name a few. He has worked for such production designers as Dennis Gassner, Nathan Crowley, Maher Ahmad, and Gary Baugh.

David’s training in architecture started at the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies under Peter Eisenman, and he continued his training at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. In Boston he designed a new performance space for the Boston Shakespeare Company, and was involved with the University of Massachusetts during its early decision-making process in renovating their theatre facilities. In Chicago he designed a new performance space at the Noyes Cultural Arts Center, and was directly responsible for building the new theatre space at Lifeline Theatre.

David graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Arts from Hamilton College in Clinton, New York. He is a member in good standing with both the United Scenic Artists local 829, and the Motion Picture Studio Mechanics local 476. In January of 2008 he was granted membership in the Art Directors Guild, local 800.



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