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Neil Patel (designer)

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Occupation  Scenic designer
Education  Yale University
Spouse  Maria Mileaf

Role  Production Designer
Name  Neil Patel
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Website  neilpateldesign.com/home.html
Awards  Obie Award for Sustained Excellence of Set Design
Nominations  Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Scenic Design, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Set Design of a Play
Similar People  Maria Mileaf, Dan Moses Schreier, Jo Anne Bonney, Emilio Sosa, Anne Bogart

Production designed  Some Velvet Morning

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Neil Patel is a Welsh-American production designer. He designs for theatre, opera, film and television, and has been awarded the Helen Hayes Award and two Obie Awards for his work. Productions have included Side Man on Broadway, Dead Man’s Cell Phone, Oleanna, and Dinner with Friends.

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Career

He is a graduate of Yale College and the University of California, San Diego. Patel has designed productions for theater, opera and dance throughout the world. He designed Warren Leight’s Tony Award winning play Side Man on Broadway, London's West End, and the Kennedy Center; 'night, Mother, Oleanna and (title of show) on Broadway and Donald Margulies' Pulitzer Prize winning Dinner With Friends off-Broadway and on national tour.

Patel has designed at the Guthrie Theater, the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, the Steppenwolf Theater, the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Gate Theatre, the Edinburgh International Festival, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music among many regional companies in the United States and abroad. Since 1997 he has been a member of Anne Bogart’s SITI Company.

His designs for opera include the world premieres of Bright Sheng’s Madame Mao at the Santa Fe Opera and David Carlson’s Anna Karenina at the Florida Grand Opera. Both directed by Colin Graham.

Designs for television include the Peabody Award winning series In Treatment for HBO and Neil Labute's Billy and Billie for DirecTV.

Production design for film includes Some Velvet Morning (film), Loitering with Intent (film) and Dil Dhadakne Do.

Patel has received the Helen Hayes Award, a Taking Off Award in 1996, numerous Drama Desk Award nominations, and is the recipient of two Obie Awards for Sustained Excellence in Set Design.

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Neil Patel (designer) Wikipedia


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