Coming Soon Pinkalicious The Musical produced by Bower City Theatre Co. at the Armory Lighting Design The Armory Dinner Theatre, Janesville, Wisconsin May 7-15, 2016
Avenue Q produced by Bower City Theatre Co. at the Armory Lighting Design The Armory Dinner Theatre, Janesville, Wisconsin July 28-August 14, 2016
A Christmas Carol produced by Bower City Theatre Co. at the Armory Lighting Design The Armory Dinner Theatre, Janesville, Wisconsin December 9-23, 2016
Christmas Eve at the Armory produced by Bower City Theatre Co. at the Armory Lighting Design The Armory Dinner Theatre, Janesville, Wisconsin December 24, 2016
Matthew Imhoff, a New York based designer, holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Production Design from Michigan State University and degrees in Theatre (Design) and Music (Performance) at Luther College.
Most recently, his scenic designs include Carrie The Musical directed by Joe Barros; Cyrano de Bergerac with collaborator Edward Daranyi of the Stratford Festival (Michigan State University); Sirens directed by Tony Caselli (Williamston Theatre); U.P. (world premiere, Michigan State University); Spring Awakening: A New Musical (collegiate premiere, Luther College Theatre);Cosi Fan Tutte (Luther College Music Department Opera); Hairspray; Rent; Grease; Street Scene (Luther College Music Department Opera); The Producers, and All Shook Up. Matthew was the resident scenic designer and technical director for the College Light Opera Company’s 45th through 47th seasons, designing twenty seven productions including: Iolanthe; 42nd Street; Fiddler on the Roof; The Most Happy Fella; The Pajama Game; Carousel; Oklahoma!; Titanic; West Side Story; Into the Woods; Les Misérables; and H.M.S. Pinafore.
He also served as the director/designer for the musicals Sidd (regional premiere at Luther College, 2010), Jekyll & Hyde, and The Wedding Singer.
Matthew is the 2015 recipient of the Kennedy Center’s American College Theatre Festival Regional Scenic Design Award for his design of Pericles, the 2014 recipient of The Lansing State Journal Thespie Award for his design of Cyrano de Bergerac, the 2012 recipient of the Bodensteiner Excellence in Theatre Award, a national finalist in the 2013 Rose Brand Scenic Design Competition, and a proud member of the United States Institute for Theatre Technology and the International Organization of Scenographers, Theatre Architects, and Technicians.
Matthew freelances full time and is available to design, assist, and teach.