BRIDGETTE DREHER

THEATRE DESIGN

HEDWIG & THE ANGRY INCH at Zach & Zack Productions

"A truly remarkable transformation of the Epilogue Playhouse, with an industrial feel—dark, graffiti-smeared walls and a cascade of multicolored lights that set the mood for each song or irrational tirade from Hedwig."

- Indianapolis Theater Reviews

 

"This production is a perfect example of edgy theatre done well."

- Melissa Hall Broadway World Review

THE TRUE STORY OF THE THREE LITTLE PIGS at The Rose Theater - Omaha

"Bridgette Dreher's set looks like a pop up book. The three-dimensional set features not much more than a barn, some boxes, and blades of grass, but it is so well done."

- Christine Swerczek Broadway World Review

PETER & THE STARCATCHER at Wabash College

"Creating the magical world on the Ball Theater stage are veteran costume designer and artist Andrea Bear, whose costumes Mills described as “stunning” and “incredible,” and newcomer Bridgette Dreher, the College’s new scenic designer. Bridgette has created a whimsical world that is just beautiful — lights, lanterns, ropes, steamer trunks, wooden ship decks — everything is just smartly done."

 Journal Review

MACBETH at Indiana University

Awarded First Place in Graduate Scenic Design

at the Southeastern Theatre Conference

"Entering the Wells-Metz Theatre for Indiana University’s production of “Macbeth,” it’s clear what the witches are referring to when they speak of “the fog and filthy air.” Haze swirls ceaselessly around the earthy, majestic set."

“'Macbeth' is a stunningly designed show. Bridgette Dreher’s set and Matthew Benton Wofford’s lighting are both elegant and practical." 

- Matthew Waterman Herald-Times

WOYZECK at Indiana University

"an imaginative and visually stunning production [...] played out upon Bridgette Dreher’s beautiful set with its copse of trees, walkways bordered with weeds and grass and two separate performance spaces, one depicting a barracks and a forest, the other Marie’s house and the tavern."

- Doris Lynch Herald Times