Theron Wineinger is a scenic designer and design assistant for theatre, opera, and dance. He is based out of New York City.
Theron's designs have been seen at venues including Theatre Row, Dixon Place, Summer Rep Theatre Festival, Weathervane Playhouse, The Carnegie, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and Stella Adler Studio. He has worked as a design assistant to Alexander Dodge, Allen Moyer, Riccardo Hernandez, Timothy Mackabee, and others.
Theron holds a BFA in Scenic Design from the University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) located in Cincinnati, Ohio. There, he was the scenic designer for a double bill production of Puccini's operas Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi, closing CCM's 150th anniversary mainstage season.
Theron was the 2018 recipient of USITT's W. Oren Parker Scene Design Award, a juried award presented to one graduating scenic designer in the nation. His work was also featured at the 2018 Young Designer's Forum, an exhibition of student design work across multiple disciplines. Theron enjoys reading, practicing yoga, and learning about the world of design.
Assistant Scenic Design: American Airlines Theatre (Broadway), The Rose Tattoo - dir. Trip Cullman, des. Mark Wendland
Scenic Design: Weathervane Playhouse, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - dir. Kirsten Upchurch
Scenic Design: Theatre Row, The Lion (Off-Broadway), The Giant Hoax - dir. Christopher Michaels
Scenic Design: Heidelberg University (Tiffin, OH), 9 to 5 - dir. Stephen Svoboda