Brian Sharron

Brian Sharron: Technical Director

Brian holds his BFA in Technical Theatre & Design for the University of Connecticut. Brian is a member of IATSE. Brian has worked for theatres including Connecticut Repertory Theatre, ArtFarm, Act II Theatre, and The Little Theatre on the Square.  Brian has also worked in production shops where he has had clients such as Tiffany & Co, Ralph Lauren Denim Supply, Marc Jacobs, JcPenney, Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report, ABC’s Extreme Makeover: House Edition, CBS’s Live to Dance, CBS’s The Job, YES’s Centerstage, Food Network’s Worst Cooks, QVC's Fashions Night Out, Bravo’s Make me a Supermodel, CNBC, Univision, Canadian TV, 2009 Tony Awards, In the Heights (national tour), White Christmas (national tour), Angels in America (off broadway), Chix Six (off broadway), Manipulation (off broadway), Hershey Park, Silversea Cruises, Dutch Wonderland, Idlewild Park, Books for Kids, New York City Opera, Lincoln Center Theater, North Carolina Dance Theater, Sarasota Opera, and Chicago Shakespeare Theater. Design credits include Twelfth Night, Taming of the Shrew, and Much Ado About Nothing for ArtFarm; Meet the Samsas and 4.48 Psychosis for Connecticut Repertory Theatre.