Jane Chan is a lighting designer specializing in theatrical, theme park, and museum design currently based in New York. Experience in working on international projects collaborating with directors, designers, and artists of various disciplines. Jane is a member of United Scenic Arts, Local 829, TEA, and IAAPA She received her M.F.A. in Lighting Design from the University of Maryland. Originally from Macau, China, she is fluent in English, Cantonese, and Mandarin.
Jane design credits: Off Broadway/New York – Classical Stage Company: The Stowaway; Clark Studio Theater: Scurry; Stamford All-School Musical: The Little Mermaid ; 59E59 Theatre: The Widow of Tom Hill; Regional – Kennedy Center: Night Train 57, Lotus Variations in Harmony; 1st Stage: Take Me Out; Maryland Hall: Carousel ; Hangar Theatre: James and the Giant Peach, A Year with Frog and Toad; Other: Camille A. Brown & Dancers lighting supervisor; Xuejuan Dance Ensemble Lighting Designer; Best Design of 2014 in DC Metro Area Theatres: Take Me Out; Associate design: Spirit Of Life Jonathan Lee Musical, China; 170 Days in Nanking(World Premier), Jiangsu Grand Theater, China; Assistant design: An American In Paris Asia Tour; Shanghai Walt Disney Grand Theatre: Beauty And The Beast, The Lion King; Atlantic Theatre: The Band’s Visit, Hold Onto Me Darling; Hartford Stage: Romeo and Juliet; Manhattan Theatre Club: Of Good Stock.