Lighting Design by Jake DeGroot, Associate Lighting Designer Nyle Farmer, Assistant Lighting Designer Megan Seibel, Programmer Grant Yeager, Production Electrician Drew Kawczynski, Assistant Electrician Whit Jones, Head Follow Spot Operator Mark Kline, and Follow Spot Operators John Molitor and George Honczarenko. Lighting Package by PRG. Scenic Design by Beowulf Boritt, Associate Scenic Designer Jenna Carino. Costumes Design by Sarah Laux. Scenery built by Proof Productions Inc., automation by ShowMotion, Inc., and props by BenBri Properties.
"The songs in The Wanderer may be oldies, but the stagecraft and design are anything but. Beowulf Boritt’s beautiful set design doesn’t included a single static piece of scenery, so with everything tracking and spinning around the whole show, the lighting design had to keep up. The MAC Aura Top Hats were one of our favorite accessories which let the front-of-house Auras do their job without distracting the audience with flare on the house walls. The set also included a wide array of low-voltage set electrics, much of which was powered by City Theatrical gear. These play a large role in the design, making the windows and signage of the Bronx glow with life and making the musical numbers pop with QolorFLEX NuNeon."
- Jake DeGroot, Lighting Designer, The Wanderer
Mike Wartella and the cast of The Wanderer (Jeremy Daniel)