About Tony Stoeri

Tony Stoeri is a second-year M.F.A. candidate in lighting design from Minneapolis, Minnesota.

He graduated in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in history from Carleton College, then spent two years freelancing as a lighting designer and electrician in the Twin Cities.

For IU Theatre: Occupants, Leading Edges Winter Dance pieces Maferefún and Helix, and the Senior Dance Concert (Lighting Designer).

Other credits include: The Sexual Life of Savages, Gabriel (Walking Shadow Theatre Company); In the Heights, The Snow Queen (Young Artists' Initiative); Detainee, Violent Delights, Macbeth, Titus Andronicus, Much Ado About Nothing (Mission Theatre Company); Inside the Beat: Mu Daiko (Mu Performing Arts); Good Job, Horses (Theatre Forever); No Exit (The Amber Bastards); Choice(s) (Vox Populi).

Recent Credits

New Moves: Student Choreographers' Showcase

IU Theatre — Master Electrician

City of Angels

IU Theatre — Lighting Designer

Machinal

IU Theatre — Sound Designer

The 2018 Winter Dance Concert: Bodies of Light

IU Theatre — Lighting Designer

Julius Caesar

IU Theatre — Master Electrician

Urinetown

IU Theatre — Lighting Designer**

Persuasion

IU Theatre — Lighting Designer

Love's Labour's Lost

IU Theatre — Lighting Designer

The Drowsy Chaperone

IU Theatre — Assistant Lighting Designer

Prospect Hill

IU Theatre — Master Electrician

The Tempest

IU Theatre — Sound Designer

The Duchess of Malfi

IU Theatre — Lighting Designer

Jesus Christ Superstar

IU Theatre — Assistant Lighting Designer

Dancing at Lughnasa

IU Theatre — Lighting Designer

At First Sight: Occupants

IU Theatre — Lighting Designer

The 2016 Winter Dance Concert: Leading Edges

IU Contemporary Dance Theatre — Assistant Stage Manager