Solomon Weisbard

Selected credits: Men on Boats (Playwrights Horizons / Clubbed Thumb);  Duat (Soho Rep); Macbeth, Equivocation, Secret Garden (Arden);  Christina Anderson’s Hollow Roots (Public Theatre – Under the Radar); Luis Alfaro’s This Golden State: Delano (Magic); Rite of Spring (Martha Graham Dance Co.); The Soldier’s Tale (Yale / Carnegie Hall); Stones in his Pockets (Yale Rep); The Coronation of Poppea (Princeton Opera); Cherry Smoke (Working Theater); The Film Society (Keen / Theatre Row); I Came to Look for You on Tuesday (La Mama); White’s Lies (New World Stages);  The HomecomingCedars, Lion in Winter, A Class Act (Berkshire Theatre Group);Jitney, A Christmas Carol (Drammy Nomination, Portland Playhouse); FaustThe Barber of Seville (Tri-Cities Opera); 9 to 5, A Chorus Line, All Shook Up (Merry-Go-Round Playhouse); Frank London’s A Night in the Old Marketplace (international tour). He is a core member of SHC.

Solomon’s work in dance, dance/theatre and avant-garde music includes original full-length pieces with Alethea Adsitt, Jennifer Archibald, Maria Chavez, Ximena Garnica / Leimay, Lane Gifford, Invisible Anatomy, Ofelia Loret de Mola, Patrick Lovejoy, Belinda McGuire, Stefanie Nelson, The Nerve Tank (as resident designer), Waxfactory, and four major works as associate set designer with Bill T. Jones.

As an educator and guest artist, Solomon has taught and worked with students at Bard, Barnard, Connecticut College, City College, Columbia, DeSales, East Stroudsburg, Fordham, NYU/Tisch, Princeton, University of the Arts, University of Rochester (where he was visiting adjunct faculty), and Yale.

He received his BFA with honors from Ithaca College and his MFA from the Yale School of Drama. He is New York-based and Oregon-born.