Stephan Moravski

Stephan Moravski, NYU/Tisch

Stephan Moravski is a set and production designer based in downtown Manhattan completing his MFA at Tisch School of the Arts, NYU.

He completed his Master of Architecture at the University of Melbourne, giving him the opportunity to travel to India to study modernist architects and to paint his way across the South Australian Outback, before completing his thesis in Indigenous Australian architecture and moving to New York. Stephan’s recent designs for theatre include ‘Ring Around the Moon’, ‘Waiting for Lefty,’ ‘Always (lost and found)’ at Tisch, and ‘Fire. Water. Night’ at La MaMa. His short film “Quantization Nation!” recently won best production design at the First Run Film Festival. Stephan has a Ukrainian heritage, and has a strong connection to Ukrainian culture and politics. He grew up dancing and teaching Ukrainian Traditional Cossack dance; he is currently the resident designer at Lehenda Ukrainian Dance Company.

Ring Around the Moon Director: Michael Sexton, Lighting Design: Alex Fabozzi Costume Design: Mary Sievert, Photography: Ella Bromlin. NYU Theatrical Production
Ring Around the Moon, directed by Michael Sexton. Lighting Design: Alex Fabozzi. Costume Design: Mary Sievert. Photography: Ella Bromlin. NYU Theatrical Production.

 

Waiting for Lefty Director: Scott Illingworth, Lighting Design: Alex Fabozzi, Costume Design: Ariel Pellman, Photography: Ella Bromlin. NYU Theatrical Production Waiting for Lefty, directed by Scott Illingworth. Lighting Design: Alex Fabozzi. Costume Design: Ariel Pellman. Photography: Ella Bromlin. NYU Theatrical Production.

 

La Finta Giardiniera, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Act 1 Introduzione  “Che lieto giorno”, NYU Graduate Thesis ½” = 1’0” scale modelLa Finta Giardiniera, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Act 1 Introduzione Che lieto giorno, NYU Graduate Thesis ½” = 1’0” scale model.

 

Iphigenia Among the Taurians, Euripides, Class Project NYU, ½” = 1’0” scale modelIphigenia Among the Taurians, Euripides. Class Project NYU, ½” = 1’0” scale model.