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Our Designers

MEREK ROYCE PRESS
(Sound Designer, Webmaster)
Merek has written music for theatre, film, video and computer multimedia. He serves as composer and resident sound designer at NJ Rep, where he wrote the scores for the musical productions Immortal Interlude (produced NJ Rep 2001), Octet (NJ Rep 2000; Community Theatre League 2004) and Find Me A Voice (Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati 1997; NJ Rep 1999). Merek has designed sound for nearly all NJ Rep productions, as well as more than 100 New York area theatrical productions, over the past twenty years. As owner of MusicNYC, his freelance consulting business, he assists creative individuals and arts institutions with their musical, website and general computing needs. In this capacity he serves as NJ Rep's webmaster and IT consultant. Merek is a member of BMI, and may be contacted through his website at MusicNYC.com.
PATRICIA E. DOHERTY (Costume Designer)
As NJ Rep's resident costume designer since 2000, Patricia's work includes: The Housewives of Mannheim, The Color of Flesh, Old Clown Wanted, The Good Daughter, Place Settings, Bookends, Engaging Shaw, Puma, Noir, Broomstick, View of the Mountains, Swimming at the Ritz, Dinner with the Boys (with Dan Lauria), Closure (with Wendy Malick, Gary Cole), Nobody's Girl, Butler, Mad Love and Iago name just a few. New York: Southern Comfort—The Musical (The Public Theater 2016 Lucille Lortel, Outer Critics, Drama Desk Award Nominations with Annette O'Toole, Jeff McCarthy); Dinner with the Boys (The Acorn Theatre) Academia Nuts (2014 NYMF Best New Musical); The Devil's Music (St. Luke's); The Goldman Project (Abingdon Theatre); Freed, Fall to Earth, Poetic License, The Housewives of Mannheim, Butler (59E59th St Theatres); Love Therapy (DR2) Regional: Alley Theatre (past resident designer), Barrington Stage, Cleveland Play House, Merrimack Rep, Florida Rep, Penguin Rep, Engeman Theatre, Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, Montreal Jazz Festival Member: United Scenic Artists Local 829
JILL NAGLE (Lighting Designer)
Jill is the Resident Lighting Designer at NJ Rep. Partial NJ Rep include: Dinner with the Boys, Closure, Butler, Broomstick, Happy, Puma, Night Train, and Noir. Partial NYC designs include: Butler, A Stool at the End of the Bar, Jericho, Poetic License, Housewives of Mannheim, The Man in Room 306, The Dishwashers (59E59), Love Therapy (Daryl Roth), Dinner with the Boys (The Acorn) The Bully Pulpit (Samuel Beckett), Do Not Go Gentle (Harold Clurman), Count Down (Bank Street), In the Parlance (The Pulse), Carrera (La Mama E.T.C.), South Beach Rapture (Dixon Place). Other venues: John Engeman Theatre, Chester Theatre, Luna Stage, Playwrights of New Jersey, Montclair State University, New Jersey City University. www.jillnagle.net.
JESSICA PARKS (Scenic Designer & Prop Master)
NYC credits include: Dan Lauria's Dinner with the Boys at The Acorn Theater, Butler at 59E59 St. Theaters, The Housewives of Mannheim at 59E59 St. Theaters, and Jericho and Poetic License for The Director's Company at 59E59 Theaters. Jessica has been the resident scenic designer for the NJ Repertory Company since 2010. Credits there include: The Jag, Mad Love, Happy, Broomstick, Swimming at the Ritz, and Noir. Other credits include: Claire Went To France for Strange Dog Theater Company at Hamilton Stage, 37 Stones for Working Man's Clothes, The Normals at Luna Stage and Bust, a short film by Dana B. Benningfield, directed by Duncan M. Rogers. www.JessicaParksDesign.com
MARISA PROCOPIO (Properties Design) At NJ Rep: Iago, Mad Love, The Jag, Multiple Family Dwelling, & Juliet, and Halftime with Don. Professional: The Women of Padilla (Two River Theatre Company). Semiprofessional: To Kill a Mockingbird, Twelfth Night, Circle Mirror Transformation, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Little Women, The Imaginary Invalid, Of Mice and Men (Holmdel Theatre Company). Regional: Mack and Mabel, Sugar Babies, Seesaw, Jesus Christ Superstar, 42nd Street, Chicago (Red Oak Music Theatre). Other credits: 1776 (Perry Award nominee), Frost/Nixon, Lost in Yonkers, The Producers, Les Miserables, Rent, The Music Man, Barefoot in the Park, The Drowsy Chaperone, My Fair Lady, Shrek, and many others.