Philip Treviño

  • Photographed by Jaqlin Medlock
    Photographed by Jaqlin Medlock


Adjunct Faculty
Stagecraft for Dance





Philip Treviño (Adjunct Faculty) is a 2010 recipient of a New York Dance and Performance Award (BESSIE) for his lighting and scenic design for Pam Tanowitz’s Be In The Gray With Me. He is also the scenic designer for Camille A. Brown and Company’s Mr. Tol E. Rance, which won a 2014 BESSIE for Outstanding Production. Some of his other credits in lighting and scenic design can be seen in works by Pioneers Go East Collective, Freemove Dance/Jenn Freeman, Brian Brooks Moving Company, Camille A. Brown and Dancers, Martha Graham Dance Company, Henning Rübsam’s Sensedance, Kymera Dance and Pam Tanowitz Dance. His work has toured nationally, internationally and at such notable venues as BAM, The Joyce, Joyce Soho, DTW, Lincoln Center Out of Doors, The Kitchen, New York City Center and Jacob’s Pillow. He has served as Stage Manager for Trisha Brown Dance Company and José Limón Dance Company as well as Production Stage Manager for Wally Cardona Quartet’s Everywhere and SITE, Kate Weare Company, Christopher Williams’ The Golden Legend and many more. Philip is a company member of Pioneers Go East Collective and Director of Production at the 14th Street Y in New York City. He has served as a subcommittee member for the New York Dance and Performance Awards (The Bessies). He is a proud alumnus of San Francisco State University (2000). At Marymount Manhattan College, Philip has served as Technical Director for the Dance Department from 2006-2022 and currently teaches Stagecraft for Dance. Complete details available at


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