Cameron Anderson


Cameron Anderson is an internationally acclaimed American scenic and projection designer and has designed extensively at the world’s leading theatre and opera companies.  Recent projects include the world premiere of the opera The Leopard (South Miami Dade Cultural Center), Cosi Fan Tutte (The Curtis Institute) Byhalia Mississippi (The Kennedy Center); The Niceties (Manhattan Theatre Club, McCarter Theatre Center, The Huntington, and Geffen Playhouse); Yerma, Becoming Cuba, and Sweat (Huntington Theater); Fille du Regiment, The Consul, Vinkensport, The Merry Widow, and Rocking Horse Winner (Opera Saratoga); Photograph 51 (South Coast Repertory); Madame Butterfly (Pacific Symphony); West Side Story (Kilden Performing Arts Center, Norway and Vancouver Opera); and Simon Boccanegra (Teatro Colon, Argentina). Select opera credits include Glimmerglass Festival, San Francisco Opera, Seattle Opera, Central City Opera, Minnesota Opera, Opera Theater of St. Louis, Gotham Chamber Opera, Wolf Trap Opera, On Site Opera, Indianapolis Opera, Pittsburgh Opera, Indiana University Opera, and New England Conservatory. Select Off-Broadway credits include Roundabout Theatre Company, Playwrights’ Horizons, New Georges, LAByrinth Theater Company, Naked Angels, Ars Nova, Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Les Freres Corbusier. Upcoming projects include Tobias Picker’s Emmeline (Opera Tulsa), and The Winter’s Tale (Hartford Stage). Cameron is an Associate Professor of Theatre Arts at Brandeis University.