David Potts (Scenic Designer) has done set design for the Colony's productions of The Best of Enemies, The Fabulous Lipitones, Words by Ira Gershwin, The Road to Appomattox, Handle With Care, Family Planning, The Lion in Winter, American Fiesta, Shooting Star, Year Zero, Free Man of Color, Visiting Mr. Green, Mary's Wedding, The Voice of the Prairie, Almost, Maine, Rounding Third, I Have Before Me a Remarkable Document Given to Me by a Young Lady from Rwanda, Billy Bishop Goes to War, Sherlock's Last Case (Ovation Award nomination), The Drawer Boy and Grand Hotel, The Musical.

He has designed the Broadway productions of Born Yesterday with Ed Asner and Madeline Kahn, As Is, The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940, and the national tours of Sleuth with Stacy Keach, and I Never Sang for My Father with Daniel J. Travanti.

His many Off-Broadway credits include acclaimed productions of The Seahorse, The Boys Next Door, Album with Kevin Bacon, Goodnight, Grandpa with Milton Berle, and numerous productions for Circle Repertory Theatre and The Manhattan Theatre Club.

He has designed extensively for regional theatres across the country, the television movies Kennedy’s Children and Fifth of July, and, on ice, the world tour of 100 Years of Disney Magic. Recently, he completed a new set for L.A.’s acclaimed Groundlings Theatre. 

He has art directed several television series, and for HBO's Deadwood, he received an Emmy Award

September, 2015