Adrian Jones is an award winning Brooklyn based set designer. Born and raised in New York City, Adrian’s designs for theater and music have appeared on Broadway, across North America and around the world.
Adrian’s critically acclaimed design for the world premiere of The Nether directed by Neel Keller, at the Kirk Douglas Theater won Ovation and Los Angeles Critics' Circle awards. On Broadway, Adrian designed the Tony nominated Looped directed by Rob Ruggiero. Other awards include: Connecticut Critic’s Circle Award (The Dazzle), a Carbonell award in Miami (Anna In The Tropics directed by Nilo Cruz) and two Kevin Kline Awards in St. Louis (Little Dog Laughed and Sunday In The Park With George directed by Rob Ruggiero). In New York, Adrian’s designs have been seen at The Brooklyn Academy of Music, The Public Theater, New York City Players, PS122, LAByrinth Theater, The New Group, Target Margin, The Cherry Lane Theater, TACT and Synapse. Regional credits include designs for Arena Stage, Asolo Repertory Theater, Goodspeed Musicals, The Kirk Douglas Theater, The Repertory Theater of St. Louis, Barrington Stage, Baltimore Centerstage, The Geffen Playhouse, Pasadena Playhouse, Boise Contemporary Theater, People’s Light and Theater, and Yale Repertory Theater.
Adrian’s Design for Sufjan Steven’s Age Of Adz tour was seen on stages around North America, in Europe and Australia. Adrian’s design for dance includes: DD Dorvillier/Future Human Dance Corps, Nicholas Leichter Dance and Dancing Brick. His interior designs have been featured in Dwell magazine and Apartment Therapy. Adrian’s work has also been published in Surface and Chance magazines.
Adrian has served as a guest lecturer at UC irvine and as guest critic at The University of Minnesota and Hunter College. Adrian received his BA from Occidental College and an MFA from the Yale School Of Drama.
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