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Hal Tiné - Design Biography
Hal Tiné has been active in Lyric and Legitimate Theater for his entire career. He designed the sets for the Broadway productions of JERRY'S GIRLS and THE TRIP BACK DOWN, and National Tour sets for JERRY'S GIRLS, among others. Credits in Television, Regional Theater, Off-Broadway, Off-Off-Broadway number over 120 featuring designs for The Metropolitan Opera, Connecticut Ballet, New York Grand Opera, The Guthrie Theater, Actors Theater of Louisville, Long Wharf Theater, The T. Schreiber Studio, The Lion Theater, ABC News, NBC, and the Lifetime Network.
As principal in PINXIT, INC. he has designed or consulted on designs for such arts organizations as the Metropolitan Opera/New York Philharmonic Orchestra, The Boston Symphony Orchestra, The Dallas Symphony Orchestra, The Smithsonian Institution, The Brooklyn Museum, The Manhattan School of Music, and the New-York Historical Society where his exhibit "French Founding Father; Lafayette in Washington’s America" has just been seen. Corporate clients have included IBM, Kraft Foods, Holland America Lines, American Express, Peter Wexler Studio, Inc. and Pitney-Bowes.
Mr. Tiné has been Professor of Production Design for the Savannah College of Art and Design School of Performing Arts, Production Design Department since 2007. Previously he was on the Design/Tech faculty of the Conservatory of Theater Arts and Film at Purchase College, Purchase NY. His designs have been published in Scenery For The Theater, by Burroughs and Sporre, and The Creative Image, by Sporre. Mr. Tiné is a full member of United Scenic Artists, LU 829.