JARED A. SAYEG - Lighting Designer The Best of Enemies, Words by Ira Gershwin, The Road to Appomattox, Handle With Care, What I Learned in Paris, Family Planning, The Lion in Winter, Sex and Education, Miracle on South Division Street, Breath and Imagination: The Story of Roland Hayes, The Morini Strad, American Fiesta, The Savannah Disputation, Dames at Sea, Old Wicked Songs, Travels with my Aunt, On Golden Pond, Educating Rita and Trying (Ovation award nomination).
His designs for theatre, opera, and dance have been seen throughout the U.S., Broadway, Off-Broadway, in London’s West-End, Spain, Edinburgh, Canada, Las Vegas, theme parks, and on international tours. Regionally he has designed for Pasadena Playhouse, (ART, Blues for An Alabama Sky, Opera Posse’s Amahl and the Night Visitors), International City Theatre, 3D Theatricals, (Shrek) El Portal, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, LA Opera, CLO of South Bay, and Reprise Theatre Company, Cabaret (Garland Award Winner), Kiss Me Kate (Ovation Nomination).
Notable projects include designing the LA production of The Who’s Tommy at Ricardo Montalban Theatre starring Alice Ripley, Queen of Spades with Placido Domingo in Madrid, and in London’s West-End Rolling with Laughter at Her Majesty’s Theatre.
Broadway design credits: Bravo Bernstein at the Hudson Theatre and Gotham Glory at Carnegie Hall.
Jared was the US Assistant Designer for the Broadway productions of PRIMO, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Woman in White and the Radio City Christmas Spectacular.
Off-Broadway: Humble Boy, FAME, Nobody Don’t Like Yogi, and Ministry of Progress.
Other design affiliations include designing the 2012 Ovation Awards, Holland America Line, 2011 NBA All Star Game, 2009 Neil Diamond world tour, and in 2008 he had the honor of lighting Pope Benedict XVI in NY for the Papal Rally. Jared was appointed principle designer of the prestigious Olympic USA International Ballet Competition held every four years. His architectural designs are seen regularly in restaurants and exhibits as well as the Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific. Jared became the youngest member of the United Scenic Artists-Local 829 and serves as a trustee to the executive board.