Open Today 10am-6pm

UPDATE: Opening of Limitless! moved to March 4

See our Health & Safety Guidelines Learn More

Tobin Distinguished Conversation: A Virtual Tribute to Ming Cho Lee

Thursday, March 11, 2021
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Ming Cho Lee, Scene design for Two Gentlemen of Verona, 1971. Collage, watercolor, ink, and varnish on paper. Gift of Robert L. B. Tobin

Ming Cho Lee, Scene design for Two Gentlemen of Verona, 1971. Collage, watercolor, ink, and varnish on paper. Gift of Robert L. B. Tobin

Tobin Distinguished Conversation: A Virtual Tribute to Ming Cho Lee

Thursday, March 11, 2021
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Register

Legendary theatre designer Ming Cho Lee died in October of 2020 at the age of 90. Known for his pioneering approach to set design and for introducing new textures to the designer’s tool kit such as scaffolding and industrial materials, Lee won a Tony Award in 1983 for his high-altitude sets in K2 and influenced generations of students teaching at Yale School of Drama for nearly fifty years (1969–2017). Collector and life-long friend, Robert L. B Tobin championed Lee and collected his designs for ballet, theatre, and opera, within the Tobin Collection of Theatre Arts. In 2000, Ming Cho Lee offered the first Tobin Distinguished Lecture at the McNay. Join for a virtual tribute conversation celebrating Ming Cho Lee with a panel of his former students and colleagues.

Register HERE. After registering, attendees will receive a ZOOM link via email. If you have any difficulty joining, please call 214-394-4242.

This conversation is a program of the Tobin Theatre Arts Fund.

Panelists:

Montana Blanco, Costume Designer and Former Tobin Curatorial Intern

Jane Greenwood, Costume Designer, Previous Tobin Distinguished Lecturer

Michael Kahn, Stage and Artistic Director, and Theatre Educator

Moderator:

Scott Blackshire, Curator, Tobin Collection of Theatre Arts

Register

Montana Blanco, Costume Designer and Former Tobin Curatorial Intern

Jane Greenwood, Costume Designer, Previous Tobin Distinguished Lecturer

Michael Kahn, Stage and Artistic Director, and Theatre Educator

Events