A JEFFREY SCHOENBERG (Costume Design) is a regular fixture at The Colony having designed productions including Dames at Sea, Free Man of Color, Celadine, Better Angels, Visiting Mr. Green, Mary's Wedding, The Immigrant, Almost, Maine, "Master Harold" ...and the boys, Trying, Rounding Third, Stage Struck, I Have Before Me a Remarkable Document Given to Me by a Young Lady from Rwanda, Billy Bishop Goes to War, The Grand Tour, Sherlock's Last Case, Climbing Everest, The Ladies of the Camellias (Ovation Award nomination), The Drawer Boy, Clutter, The True Story of the Collyer Brothers Who Never Threw Anything Out. The Nerd, Fuddy Meers, A Shayna Maidel, The Living (L.A. Weekly Award nomination), the Colony's 2000 revival of Dandelion Wine, The Man Who Came To Dinner, The Clearing, Side Show (Ovation Award, Garland Award, and L.A. Drama Critics' Circle Award nomination), The Laramie Project (both at the Colony and when it was remounted at the Laguna Playhouse) and the world premiere of  Bea[u]tiful in the Extreme. He co-designed, with Shon LeBlanc, the Ovation Award-winning Colony production of City of Angels

His other recent designs include The Seagull, King Lear, Tonight at 8:30, American Tales, and Cousin Bette for Antaeus; Moon Over Buffalo, Rock ‘n’ Roll, Travesties (Ovation Award nomination), The Devils (Ovation Award winner), The Time of Your Life, and Threepenny Opera for the Open Fist Theatre.

Other shows include Children of the Night for the Beverly Hills Playhouse, Bach at Leipzig for the Odyssey Theatre, Nighthawks at the Kirk Douglas Theater, the NoHo Arts Center’s Elizabeth Rex (Ovation Award winner), Red, Hot and Blue for By George Productions, and Assassins at West Coast Ensemble.

Jeffrey is the owner and designer for AJS Costumes and M. Alan Jeffries Fine Gentlemen’s Apparel

April, 2012