Steven Stubblefield

Chair of Theatre and Dance, Scenic Designer

Brodie 171
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
585-245-5845
hord@geneseo.edu

Steven Stubblefield is Scene Designer and currently Chair of the Department of Theatre and Dance where he teaches courses in design and theatre history. He has worked as a designer, painter, technical director and props master for movies, public television, opera, advertising and numerous theatrical productions. Among his many credits are scene designs for The Coronation of Poppea,and L'Elisir d'Amour at the Eastman School of Music, and Parade, Hecuba, King Lear, Dialogue of the Carmelites, The Beggar's Opera, The Grapes of Wrath, Macbeth, The Pirates of Penzances, Marat/Sade, Cabaret, and Lysistrata, among many others.

Faculty Information

Education

  • M.F.A., Carnege-Mellon University
  • M.A., University of Michigan
  • B.A., University of Michigan
Fall 2014 Classes

THEA 202:
F/Hist of Theatre to 17th Cent

    A study of the development of theatre through the Renaissance. Attention is given primarily to the playhouse, the playwrights, the actors, the audience, and the critics, with the aim of providing per
    spective for the student's own theatrical experience. Offered every fall
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THEA 241:
Fundmtl of Design-Theatre-Stu

    An introduction to the art of design as one element of theatrical production. Emphasis is placed on the aesthetics and skills required for designing in the theatre. Participation in productions is an
    integral part of the course. Offered every fall
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THEA 241:
Fundmtl of Design-Theatre-Lec

    An introduction to the art of design as one element of theatrical production. Emphasis is placed on the aesthetics and skills required for designing in the theatre. Participation in productions is an
    integral part of the course. Offered every fall
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