American Son (2017) marked Mr. Murin’s 20th production at George Street Playhouse. Previously at GSP: My Name is Asher Lev; Outside Mullingar; Good People; The Nutcracker and I; Ken Ludwig’s The Fox on the Fairway; Sylvia; Doubt; The Things You Least Expect; Gunmetal Blues; Celadine; Lips Together, Teeth Apart; Agnes of God; Wilderness of Mirrors; Proof; The Sisters Rosensweig; Human Events; Darlene and The Guest Lecturer; and Down the Garden Paths. Broadway credits include Steel Magnolias, Ned and Jack, Devour the Snow, Mixed Emotions, Blues in the Night and Gorey Stories. Off-Broadway: Crimes of the Heart, directed by Kathleen Turner, and the recent revival of The Foreigner with Matthew Broderick, The Fourth Wall, The Middle Ages, Lady House Blues, The Common Pursuit, Translations, The Baby Dance, Jane Avril, Down the Garden Paths. Regional: The Alley Theatre, McCarter Theatre, Seattle Repertory, Hartford Stage, Huntington Theatre, Paper Mill Playhouse, The Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Berkshire Theatre Festival and Long Wharf Theatre. Mr. Murin has designed made-for-television movies and received an Emmy for ABC’s Ryan’s Hope. Mr. Murin is in his 28th year serving on the design faculty of Rutgers University. Recently, Mr. Murin had the pleasure of designing the 137th edition of Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus.