Peter Nigrini has been a pioneer in the integration of digital media and live theatre for the past fifteen years. On Broadway, his designs include Ain’t Too Proud, Beetlejuice (Tony nominations for both), The Spongebob Musical, Amelié, The Best Man, An Act of God, and Fela!. Off-Broadway, he designed David Byrne’s Here Lies Love, Grounded (directed by Julie Taymor) and a series of adaptations with Robert Woodruff including Dostoyevsky’s Notes From Underground, Bergman’s Autumn Sonata and Fassbinder’s In a Year of Thirteen Moons. Outside of conventional theater, he designed Real Enemies, a multimedia piece conceived with Darcy James Argue and Isaac Butler for the 18-piece jazz ensemble The Secret Society, the Grace Jones’ Hurricane Tour and Blind Date, an evening-long dance piece for Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company. He was part of a decade-long collaboration with Nature Theater of Oklahoma for which he designed every aspect of their productions including No Dice, Romeo And Juliet, and the multipart work Life & Times.