Caite Hevner Biography

Gender: Female

Projection design credits include: In Transit, Broadway/Circle in the Square; Waterfall, Pasadena Playhouse and 5th Avenue Theater; Sunday in the Park with George, Guthrie Theater; All The Way, Alley Theatre and Dallas Theater Center; Deferred Action, Dallas Theater Center; Born to Dance, Princess Cruises; A Little More Alive, Barrington Stage Company; Parade, Avery Fisher Hall; Fetch Clay Make Man, Marin Theatre and Round House Theatre; Game Play, Ars Nova; HONKY, Urban Stages; Jukebox Jackie, La MaMa Ellen Stewart Theatre; Tales from My Parents’ Divorce, The Civilians at The Flea Theater, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and ArtsEmerson; Le Bel Indifferent, La Voix Humaine, and La Dame a la Licorne; Greenwich Music Festival; Carmen, Allentown Symphony.



Scenic and projection design credits include: Tail! Spin!, Lynn Redgrave Theater; Start Down, Alliance Theatre; Smokey Joe’s Café, Arena Stage; My Mother Has 4 Noses, Guthrie Theater, Cleveland Play House, People’s Light and Theatre Company, the Duke on 42nd Street, NYC; Surviving Twin, Playmakers Rep; Son of a Gun, Off-Broadway; Science Fair, HERE Arts Center; The Mountaintop, Northern Stage; The Elephant in Every Room I Enter, La MaMa.



Scenic design credits include: Orwell in America, 59E59 and Northern Stage; Clybourne Park, Northern Stage; Home Street Home, Z Space San Francisco; Hansel and Gretel, the Little Orchestra Society at Avery Fisher Hall; Triassic Parq, Off-Broadway; Le Nozze di Figaro, Opera Saratoga and North Carolina Opera; Il Postino and The Witches of Venice, Opera Saratoga; The Tale of the Allergist's Wife, Theater J; The Recommendation, The Flea Theater; La Scala di Seta and Il Cambiale di Matrimonio, The Juilliard School; Miss Lilly Get Boned, Billy Witch and My Base and Scurvy Heart, Studio 42.



Caite holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from NYU Tisch School of the Arts, a Graduate Certificate from Yale School of Drama, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Florida State University. Caite is a member of Wingspace Theatrical Design, and has served as an adjunct faculty member at Ramapo College and Fordham University.