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Jeffrey Sugg ’95



Jeffrey Sugg ‘95 recently shared a 2008 Obie Award for set and projection design and a 2008 Louise Lortel Award for best scenic design for the critically acclaimed new musical The Slug Bearers of Kayrol Island with collaborator Jim Findlay. A New York-based artist, designer, and technical adviser, Sugg also received a 2007 Bessie Award for co-design of Must Don’t Whip Um. An early collaborator with the Pig Iron Theater Company in Philadelphia, he designed sets and lighting for several of their early works. More recently, Sugg has collaborated with Findlay and Cynthia Hopkins (his wife and a renowned musician/performance artist in her own right) in their company ACCINOSCO. They have twice been in residence at the College through the Swarthmore Project in Theater and have recently returned from a European tour with Must Don’t Whip Um. He has also worked with Moisés Kaufman, Laurie Anderson, and the Wooster Group. In 2005, he taught the Theater Department’s first class in media and technology design.

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