David Evans Morris makes original performance work and scenographic environments for the theater. He works regularly with playwright/director Young Jean Lee (scenic design for STRAIGHT WHITE MEN, UNTITLED FEMINIST SHOW, LEAR and THE SHIPMENT), Taylor Mac, Clubbed Thumb (Affiliated Artist) and Target Margin Theater. He co-conceived and designed scenery for Orpheus, an alt-rock opera directed by Kristin Marting and based on the Classical myth, whose design was included in the U.S. exhibition at the 2007 Prague Quadrennial. Also with Ms. Marting: Erendira, Dead Tech, and Possessed. With Les Freres Corbusier (Associate Artist) he co-created and designed the Off-Broadway hit about urban planning, Boozy: the Life, Death, and Subsequent Vilification of Le Corbusier and, More Importantly, Robert Moses, and designed scenery for the Obie-winning A Very Merry Unauthorized Children's Scientology Pageant, The Franklin Thesis and President Harding is a Rock Star. David holds degrees from the University of Washington in Seattle and Williams College, where he currently teaches design. He has received a Princess Grace Fellowship, and is a two-time member of the HERE Artist Residency Program (HARP), where he developed Exercises for the Body Politic, a trilogy of theatrical events about American civic life.