- Production Manager and Technical Director
MARC OLIVERE is production manager at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, as well as a playwright, fiction writer, and lighting designer. His lighting design credits include West Side Story and Evita at the Seacoast Repertory Theatre in Portsmouth, N.H.; The Man Who Came To Dinner, Sing for Your Supper, and Our Country’s Good at the Lyric Stage; Sweeney Todd at the Turtle Lane Playhouse; and Falsettos at the Vineyard Playhouse in Martha’s Vineyard.
At Boston Playwrights’ Theatre, Olivere designed Joyce Van Dyke’s A Girl’s War and Love in the Gulf; Kate Snodgrass’s Observatory; Melinda Lopez’s Scenes from a Bordello; Karmo Sanders’ Humpin’ Glory Bay; Karen Zacarías’s The Sins of Sor Juana and The Barechested Man (for which he also served as set designer); Sinan Ünel’s Single Lives, The Vorse House, and The Three of Cups; Kimberly Brown’s Re: Pirth; Payne Ratner’s Repossession; and Chapin Garner’s Confessions. When he’s not building a set, Olivere is also responsible for bringing the Boston Theater Marathon in “on time.”