About Joel E. Silver
Previous Design Credits include Educating Rita(Huntington Theatre Company), Candela:Fuerza Y Pasion in Lima, Peru, R.Evolucion Latina Choreographer's Festival(R.Evolucion Latina), Sweeney Todd (NYU Steinhardt School), A Hatful of Rain in New York and Warsaw, Poland for the Strasberg Institute, Search for Signs... (Northern Stage), Aida (Opera Memphis), It Must Be Him (Peter J. Sharp Theatre), Camelot, Damn Yankees, Run For Your Wife, Little Shop of Horrors (Engeman Theatre), A Chorus Line (TBTS), Family Dinner (Beckett Theatre), Caucasian Chalk Circle (The New School), Damascus (Northern Stage), F#@king Up Everything (Off the Leash Productions), My Way (TBTS), Zombie (Razor's Edge Productions), Little Shop of Horrors (John W. Engeman Theatre), The World Goes Round (Prince Music Theatre and The Gettysburg Festival), Art Tatum:Piano Starts Here (Apollo Theatre), The Producers (TBTS), Ain't Misbehavin' (TBTS), Candide (NYU), The Gondoliers (NYU), Psycho Therapy (MITF), Affluenza (Heiress), Ain't Misbehavin' (WPPAC), Semi-Permanent (Paul Marcarelli), Back in the Day (Cape Rep), Lunch Hour (Heiress), Charm of the Preparedness (Baruch College), Big Bang (Cleo Mack Dance Company), Homefront (La Mama, ETC), La Gioconda (Ed McNamee), Behind the Limelight (NYSaF and NYMF), Different Drums National Tour (Trinity Irish Dance Company), Gripped and other works (Cleo Mack Dance Company), and Caligula:The Glam Rock Epic (NYMF). Joel's industrial work includes projects for JKLD, Calvin Klein, Connecticut College, Xplore Productions, and SAP Software.
Upcoming projects include Tosca for Opera Memphis directed by Matthew Lata and Tokio Confidential with director Johanna McKeon at the Atlantic Theatre Company Stage 2.
Joel's Associate and Assistant Credits include Broadway's Next to Normal(Bwy and Ntnl Tour), Hair(Bwy, London, Ntnl Tour), The 39 Steps(Broadway and National Tour), Young Frankenstein, Pal Joey (Roundabout), Curtains, Grey Gardens, and Kiki and Herb:Alive on Broadway. Off Broadway, Regional, and international productions on which Joel has collaborated with Designers include Next To Normal (Second Stage\Arena Stage), the National Tour and London Production of Golda's Balcony, Avenue Q in Las Vegas, Camelot for Live at Lincoln Center, as well as projects with Manhattan Theatre Club, New York Theatre Workshop, Papermill Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House, Theatre Under The Stars, LAByrinth Theatre Company, The Public, and the Spoleto Festival USA.
Joel was born and raised in South Carolina and trained at North Carolina School of the Arts and the University of Michigan before beginning his professional career in New York.