Todd Potter
Adjunct Lecturer, Rendering

Todd Potter (Brooklyn College)


MFA, Set Design, University of Missouri at Kansas City
MA, Theater, Central Missouri State University
BA, Art History/Speech and Dramatic Arts, Theater, Drury University

Todd was the Associate Set Designer on these Broadway productions: Avenue Q — Tony Award Best Musical (London and Vegas), Golda's Balcony, High Fidelity — Tony Nomination Set, and In the Heights — Tony Award Best Musical, Barefoot in the Park, Little Women, the musical; Enchanted April, The Green Bird, Catch Me if You Can, and also the seasonal production White Christmas. Off-Broadway & Regional Design Credits include Juno and the Paycock (Irish Repertory Theater); Home (Melting Pot Theater); The Comedy of Errors (Missouri Repertory Theater); A Christmas Carol (Dallas Theater Center); My Fair Lady and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Arts Center of Coastal Carolina); and Enchanted April, Little Night Music, The Importance of Being Earnest, Sylvia, Rumors, Barefoot in the Park, Moon Over Buffalo, God of Carnage, Other Desert Cities (Naples Players). In addition, Todd was one of the designers on Warner LeRoy's legendary Russian Tea Room restaurant on 57th Street. Designed Target's Fall and Spring National Business meetings at the Target Center in Minneapolis, MN. Wrote the story and illustrated the book, Jimmy Jack Gets a New Job. He studied with John Ezell at the University of Missouri Kansas City and was a Hallmark Scholar in Set Design.