Jeffrey Teeter

Jeffrey Elias Teeter graduated from and is Special Faculty at California Institute of the Arts and has worked on numerous world, West Coast, and New York premieres. His design work includes: Love Has No Labels (National PSA, Emmy “Outstanding Commercial”); Cheryl Burke’s Love On The Floor (Orb Theatre, Tokyo); Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. (Paris and Las Vegas Interactive Discovery Centers); Jeffrey Hatcher’s Holmes & Watson (Arizona Theatre Center); Scott Carter’s The Gosepel According to Thomas Jefferson, Charles Dickens, and count Leo Tolstoy: DISCORD (Arizona Theatre Center, Gef-fen Playhouse, NoHo Arts Center); The Tallest Tree in the Forest and Tribes (Mark Taper Forum); On the Spectrum and Cyrano (Fountain Theatre, Ovation Video Design)); A Guide to an Exhibitionist and Cleopatra, C.E.O. (Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre); Baby It’s You, written and directed by Floyd Mutrux (Broadhurst Theatre on Broadway); Lighting Director for Halloween Horror Nights, NBC Universal Studios Hollywood and several premieres for AMC; Brewsie & Willie, a collaboration with Center for New Performance and Poor Dog Group; All That Skate, an international ice skating show (Staples Center); Piedra de Sol, directed by Maria Morett and presented (Getty Villa); The Jesus Ride, performed and written by Michael Schlitt (New York Fringe Festival and Portland Center Stage); Kirk Douglas: Before I Forget (Kirk Douglas Theatre); Apollo (Portland Center Stage, Smithsonian Collection); Norman’s Ark (Ford Amphitheater); Mycenaean (Brooklyn Academy of Music Festival); 11 Septembre 2001 (REDCAT and National Theatre of Paris); The Mask and Can-Can (Pasadena Playhouse); A Hip Hopera (Edinburgh Fringe Festival). Other projects include The leading Matters and Stanford Challenge National tour.