Program Books/Rasean Davonte Johnson (he/him)

Rasean Davonte Johnson (he/him)

projection designer

Rasean Davonte Johnson is a video artist and designer of projections for theater, film, and installations. Theater work includes collabor­ations with institutions including Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Manual Cinema, Chicago Opera Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre, Arts­Emerson, the McCarter Theatre Center, Yale Repertory Theatre, the Studio Theatre, Woolly Mammoth Theatre, Alliance Theatre, Berkshire Theatre Group, Everyman Theatre, the Ningbo Song and Dance Company, Yale Opera, Teatro Vista, B-Floor Theatre, The Hypocrites, and many others. In addition to design for theater, he has also worked on several installations, including personal works such as Living Sculpture as part of LUX: Ideas through Light at the Beinecke Rare Books Library, and Juniper Ascending at Yale University, and collaborative works including The Ballad of Lula Del Ray 2.0 with Manual Cinema at the Logan Arts Center, Convergence: A mad tea pARTy at the Yale Art Gallery, and Passenger featured at the University of Chicago and the Bridgeport Film Festival. He received his MFA in design from the Yale School of Drama as a student in the projection program, and has lectured at Yale University, Columbia College, and DePaul University.