I am a freelance Lighting Designer located in Washington, DC. Alberto Segarra holds a BA from the University of Puerto Rico and a MFA in Lighting Design from University of Maryland-College Park. For the School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies he has designed light for the following productions: Seed, choreography by Megan Morse-Jans; Way, choreography by Jessie Laurita-Spanglet; Under the Mountain, choreography by Sarah Beth Oppenheimer; The Only Thing is Itself, choreography by Nicole McClam; Insert [ ] Here, choreography by Sharon Mansur; My Tempest, choreography by Ana Patricia Farfan; Twilight LA;1992 directed by Caroline Clay; Wrestling with the Wip, choreography by Nicole McClam; Good Kids, directed by Seret Scott; and the operas Magic Flute and L’Occasione Fa Il Ladro, directed by Nick Olcott. Other credit designs include: El indio en América (Exhibition, 2006) at Museo de las Américas; Once on this Island; Celia… Vida y música; Hair; Cabaret; Salsa Gorda; La Charca; Tun Tun de Pasa y Grifería; Boeing Boeing; Dangerous Liasons; Glass Menagerie; El Josco; La llamarada; La Cage aux Folles; Evita & La Mina de Oro, for Teatro Repertorio, University of Puerto Rico; Ballet Concierto de Puerto Rico´s Festival de Coreógrafos and A Midsummer Night’s Dream; the opera Carmen and the play Oedipus. He is a founding member of Teatro Repertorio de la Universidad de Puerto Rico. Mr. Segarra has worked as TD and Resident Lighting Designer for Andanza Compañía de Danza Contemporánea in San Juan Puerto Rico for 5 years. Currently two of his lighting designs; Romeo & Juliet and The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes are part of the London/New York base company Aquila Theatre Company 2015-2016 tour season. Mr. Segarra’s work will be featured in the following upcoming shows; Legacy Street (world premier) directed by Mark Routhier, and Br'er Cotton (world premier) directed by Thembi Duncan. He is a member of United Scenic Artist, Local 829.