Chuan-Chi Chan is originally from Taiwan. 29th Helen Hayes Award Nominee for Outstanding Lighting Design, Resident production. Miss Chan is also a facuty member of National Taiwan University, Department of Drama and Theatre, specialize in lighting designe for performing arts.
Her selected lighting design credits include: Xanadu, Peter Pan, Les Miserables (Conneticut Repertory Theatre, 2015 Nutmeg Summer), TALA- world premier ( Kyoung's Pacific Beat, Jan. 2015) Dark of the Moon (Stella Adler Studio of Acting, Feb. 2015), The Color Purple (Red House Art Center, Dec. 2014), Twelfth Night ( National Taiwan University, Drama and Theatre Department, May 2014, Taipei Taiwan), August: Osage County ( Greenray Theatre Company, March 2014, Taipei Taiwan) The Servant of Two Masters (Seattle Repetory Theatre, 2013; Arts Emerson, 2013; Guthrie Theater, 2012 ;Shakespeare Theatre Company, DC, 2012; Yale Repertory theater, 2010), God of Carnage ( ShangHai Dramatic Art Center, China, 2011 ).
Miss Chan received her M.F.A. in Design from Yale School of Drama, where her design credits include The Seagull (2009 Second Year Acting Project), The Bedtrick (2009 Carlotta Festival of New Plays), The Robbers, and Peer Gynt.
After Chuan-Chi received her B.A. ( Drama and Theater ) from National Taiwan University. she worked in Taiwan theater industry and was involved in productions with Cloud Gate Dance Company, Tainaner Ensemble, Ming Hwa Yuan Arts & Cultural Group and many great performing art groups. Her earlier design credits in Taiwan include Woyzeck (New Play Festival by Tainaner Ensemble, 2006 ) and The Rose Jailed by Moonlight (Taiwan Artist Theater).
The Servant of Two Masters
Yale Repertory Theater, 2010
Connecticut Repertory Theatre, 2015
Stella Adler Studio of Acting, 2014