Seághan McKay is a Boston-based projection designer whose work has been showcased in many of the historic city’s greatest performance venues. Among them are The Boston Opera House, The Shubert Theater, Boston Symphony Hall, The Paramount Theatre, The Boston University Theatre, and numerous others. Seághan’s designs have earned him three award nominations from the Independent Reviewers of New England in 2014, 2015, and 2016. Prominent directors and designers that Seághan counts among his collaborators include Mikko Nissinen, Rosetta Cucchi, Crystal Manich, Maria Aitken, Michael Cavanagh, Cliff Fannin Baker, John Conklin, Allen Moyer, Robert Perdziola, Peter Nigrini, Greg Emetaz, Mark Stanley, Chris Akerlind, D.M. Wood, Joel Silver, Paul Hackenmueller, and John Gromada. Seághan has been a full-time faculty member at the Boston University School of Theater since 2014 and has given guest lectures and master classes at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Brandeis University, Emerson College, The University of Arkansas, and the Production Managers Forum Fall 2012 Meeting.
Ballet - Swan Lake
Scenic and Cotume Design: Robert Perdziola
Lighting Design: Mark Stanley
Projection Design: Seághan McKay
of United Scenic Artists Local 829, the Union of Theatrical
Designers and Scenic Artists in the United