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Matthew Haber

Multimedia Designer

Appears on: Stravinsky's Rite of Spring

Matthew Haber is a New York-based stage and multimedia experience designer. While his practice is primarily focused on video and projection design for theatre, he has also designed video and scenery for opera, dance, themed entertainment, concerts, and live broadcast.

Selected projection design credits include Channeling the King (Soho Playhouse); I Have Confidence: Rogers After Hammerstein (92nd St y); Little Women (Madison Opera); Rock ‘n Roll Refugee (Royal Family, nyc); Beaches (Drury Lane); Girlstar and Soon (Signature Theatre); Witnessed by the World (59e59); Ashes Under Gait City (Contemporary American Theatre Festival); Donald Margulies Tribute at The William Inge Festival; The Wizard of Oz (Surflight Theatre); Our Lady and Tongue of a Bird (New Repertory Theatre); America’s Got Talent (broadcast); Tony Trishka’s The Banjo Project (usm Portland, tour); Reflections of a Rock Lobster (bct, World Premiere); Owen Wingrave and Florencia en el Amazonas (bu Opera Institute); and Our Girl In Trenton (bu New Play Initiative).

Scenic design credits include Shape of the Table, Pentecost, and The Prisoner’s Dilemma for Burning Coal Theatre and The Cockpit Theatre (London); Krapp’s Last Tape and The Dumb Waiter (Boston Center for American Performance); and Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You (Film Theatrical Recreations, PBS).

Matthew was the associate projection designer for Buyer & Cellar (Off-Broadway, National Tour) and has served as associate, assistant, or system designer for productions at the Cincinnati Playhouse, Barrow Street Theatre, Chicago Broadway Playhouse, Tribeca Performing Arts Center, Huntington Theatre, Center Stage, Signature Theatre (NYC), Mannes Opera, Two River Theatre, here Arts Center, and Williamstown Theatre Festival.

Matthew is the co-founder and managing director of BeSide Digital, a Brooklyn-based design and production studio that creates innovative media and interactive design for brands, bands, and immersive experiences. He has served as a designer and technical consultant for dozens of live performance and installation projects throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia for brands such as Cadillac, Armani, Samsung, Visa, American Express, Tiffany & Co, GQ, The City of New York, Refinery29, Juicy Couture, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art. BeSide’s work can also be seen in the immersive video elements, innovative holographic projections, and interactive show control system featured in the touring Walking Dead Experience.

Matthew is a member of United Scenic Artists Local 829, has a BFA in theatre design from Boston University, and has served as a lecturer in the theatre design program at the Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts.