Emily Stork is a New York based designer whose work for theatre, dance, opera, puppetry and performance art have been seen worldwide, including festivals in Italy, France, Scotland, and Israel and in the U.S. at places as diverse as PS 122, Dance Theatre Workshop, the Cherry Lane Theatre, the Public Theater, La Mama, St. Ann’s Warehouse, Walker Arts Center, Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, the National Museum of the American Indian, On the Boards, and the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center in Troy, NY. In 2003, she was the resident lighting designer for the Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto, Italy where she had the pleasure of working with Maestro Gian Carlo Menotti on Wagner’s <i>Lohengrin</i>. She has also worked with Diamanda Galas, John Kelly, Doug Elkins, Pig Iron Theater Company, Peggy Shaw and puppetry artist Janie Geiser. Emily received her MFA from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and is currently the Lighting Designer for the Rochester Fringe Festival as well as teaching Lighting and Sound Design at Nazareth College.