Natalie Taylor Scene Design

The Mineola Twins
The Gods Are Not to Blame
Man of La Mancha
The Crucible
Children of Eden
Final Critique
Relative Obscurity
Summer Stock
World Stage Design 2005
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The Mineola Twins
Quarter inch model


Recent Projects:

 Corporate and Social Events in New York and Los Angeles.

Assistant Design.  It's a Wonderful Life. Papermill Playhouse, Milburn, New Jersey.

Scenic Design.  The Crucible.  Columbia University. Director, Marcina Zaccaria.

Associate Designer.  The Wiz.  Utrecht, The Netherlands.  Designer, David Gallo.




Natalie Taylor is a New York-based Scene Designer and recent graduate of Ohio University’s MFA program.  In 2005, she designed a production of The Mineola Twins for the mainstage season at OU.  The previous year, she designed a Nigerian adaptation of Oedipus Rex entitled The Gods Are Not to Blame under the direction of Esiaba Irobi.  Both designs won Ezekiel awards from the Ohio Valley chapter of USITT.  She assisted Ursula Belden on Drawer Boy, a co-production of the 2004 Tony award-winning Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and The Actors’ Theatre of Louisville.  Her scenic designs at The Monomoy Theatre on Cape Cod include a production of directed by Julie Harris and MichaelJohn McGann that featured Pat Carroll and Patricia Connolly.  Her work in props has been seen at The Santa Fe Opera and the Adirondack Theatre Festival.  She designed the lighting for Hair in the Hahne Theatre at OU. 


In 2005, Natalie helped to mount the World Stage Design exhibit in Toronto.  Her work was featured in the Young Designer’s Forum at the 2005 USITT conference and the Lincoln Center Portfolio Review (The Clambake).  That summer, she served as an Assistant Scene Designer at the MUNY in Saint Louis.  Then she completed a position teaching graduate and undergraduate Scene Design classes at Ohio University and working on several outside projects.  She also served as the Associate Scenic Designer to David Gallo on a production of The Wiz in Holland.