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Elaine J. McCarthy was born on 11 May, 1966 in Woburn, Massachusetts, United States, is a video designer. Discover Elaine J. McCarthy’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?
|Age||54 years old|
|Born||11 May 1966|
|Birthplace||Woburn, Massachusetts, United States|
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Elaine J. McCarthy Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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Timeline of Elaine J. McCarthy
In 2020 McCarthy was honored with the USITT Distinguished Achievement Award for Digital Media.
McCarthy’s projection design work on Gloria: A Life was recognized with the American Theater Wing’s Henry Hewes Design Award Nomination for Notable Effects in August 2019.
In June 2019 McCarthy won a Betty Mitchell Award for Outstanding Projection or Video Design for her work on Everest at the Calgary Opera.
Fall 2018 McCarthy designed projections for Gloria: A Life, the story of Gloria Steinem at the Daryl Roth Theatre starring Christine Lahti in the title role. It is written by Email Mann and directed by Diane Paulus with scenic design by Amy Rubin, costume design by Jessica Jahn, lighting design by Jeanette Yew and sound design by Leah Gelpe.
McCarthy was nominated in 2017 for the Drama Desk Award the Lucille Lortel Award and the Henry Hewes Design Award for Outstanding Projection Design for Notes from the Field at Second Stage and for an IRNE Award in the category Large Theater: Best Projection Design for Notes from the Field at the American Repertory Theater.
McCarthy designed projections for the world premiere of Jake Heggie’s new opera It’s a Wonderful Life for the Houston Grand Opera December 2016. The production was directed by Leonard Foglia with Sets by Robert Brill, Lighting by Brian Nason and Costumes by David C. Woolard.
Late summer 2016 McCarthy designed projections for the New England premier production of Notes from the Field: Doing Time in Education, created, written and performed by Anna Deavere Smith in Boston at the American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) then it moved to New York City’s Second Stage Theater that fall. Directed by Leonard Foglia with Set design by Riccardo Hernandez, costume design by Ann Hould-Ward, lighting design by Howell Binkley
In August 2015 McCarthy designed projections for the world premiere of the new opera Cold Mountain composed by Jennifer Higdon with a libretto by Gene Scheer at the Santa Fe Opera.
In the Fall of 2015 McCarthy returned to the Dallas Opera to design projections for the world premier production of Great Scott, a new opera by Jake Heggie and Terrence McNally directed by Jack O’Brien with Sets and Costumes by Bob Crowley and Lighting by Brian MacDevitt .
McCarthy held an administrative job in the early years of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab, where she learned about computers. “I was exposed to the most bleeding-edge technology and everybody in that environment had a point of view to add, whether you were a tenured professor, or, like me, a glorified secretary — it was all part of the mix. That was my first exposure to a barrier-free environment.” This experience led her to the MIT Community Players which was her first exposure to the idea of theater as a potential career. After that she worked with an experimental theater company, the Pilgrim Theater Research and Performance Collaborative. While stage managing for them at the Edinburgh Festival it became clear to her that she wished to pursue a career in theater. She eventually worked her way to New York City working as a design assistant to noted projection designer Wendall K. Harrington through whose studio many of today’s top projection design practitioners have passed. This is where she saw her varied interests in technology, art, design, photography, architecture, film and theater come together in one discipline, projection design for theater.”
McCarthy was nominated for Best Video Design for Entertainment Today’s Ticketholder Award in 2010 for Thurgood at the Geffen Playhouse.
McCarthy was nominated for the Henry Hewes Design Award in 2009 for Notable Effects for Frequency Hopping produced by the Hourglass Group at the 3LD Arts & Technology Center in New York City for which she designed both the scenery and projections. The production was noted for its use of a fully robotic orchestra as well as McCarthy’s utilization of Musion Eyeliner, which is a modern version of the 19th century Pepper’s Ghost effect.
McCarthy was nominated for Best Video Design for Entertainment Today’s Ticketholder Award in 2007 for the Center Theatre Group’s World Premier production of Lisa Loomer’s play Distracted at the Mark Taper Forum for which she designed both Sets and Projections
She has many Broadway productions to her credit including After the Fall (2004 revival), Good Vibrations, The Green Bird, Judgement at Nuremberg, the Tony Award nominated productions of Man Of La Mancha (2002 Revival) and Wicked, as well as the Tony Award winning productions of Into The Woods (2002 Revival), Assassins and Monty Python’s Spamalot.
In 2003 she was awarded an Entertainment Design Magazine (now Live Design) Eddy Award for Projection Design Excellence
She was born in Woburn, Massachusetts May 11, 1966 and grew up in nearby Arlington, Massachusetts.