For over 20 years, edwardpierce has collaborated
We bring experience, commitment, and a unique approach to every endeavor.
What makes edwardpierce distinctive?
We’re creative – but we’re practical. There are no restrictions to what can be accomplished through imagination, but we understand budgets and schedules.
We’re fun. We have a sense of humor about ourselves and our work. We enjoy collaborating with our clients to navigate all the challenges of a project.
We’re obsessive – over every detail.
We’re connected. Our well-
We’re global. With clients and vendors around the world, we appreciate and embrace the distinct challenges of designing for and working with different cultures.
designs – select designs include NBC’s variety show Maya & Marty; the Broadway scenic designs for Amazing Grace, Holler If Ya Hear Me, The Other Place; lighting design for the recent Broadway revival of A Streetcar Named Desire; the Broadway presentation of Shatner’s World: We Just Live In It; NBC’s Primetime Presentation (Radio City Musical Hall); designs at the McCarter Theater for Piano Lesson, Baby Doll, Five Mile Lake, and Antony & Cleopatra; Carnegie Hall’s West Side Story -
collaborations – notable Broadway collaborations include the TONY® Award winning scenic design for the hit musical Wicked with Eugene Lee [adaptations and worldwide supervision include both National Tours, Chicago, London, Los Angeles, Japan, Germany and Holland, Australia and Asian Tour, UK & Ireland Tour, Korea, Mexico, Brazil, Universal Studios Japan] and Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s Bright Star; international design supervision for Billy Elliot; design supervision for Broadway’s Best Musical Revival of Pippin, Mike Nichol’s final Broadway production of Betrayal; 9 to 5 – The Musical; Boublil & Schönberg’s The Pirate Queen; Chaplin; Glengarry Glen Ross with Al Pacino; Dead Accounts; and Will Ferrell’s You’re Welcome America. A Final Night with George W. Bush; the TONY® Award winning lighting design for Disney’s Aida; the TONY® nominated lighting design for the original production of Ragtime; Cabaret; and Bring in ‘da Noise / Bring in ‘da Funk.
Represents designers as a trustee on both the Executive Board of the United Scenic Artists Local 829 Union and on the USA829 Pension Board.
Supports the industry as a member on the Advisory Board of the American Theatre Wing and as a member of the TONY Award Administration committee.
Edward’s profile at the Internet Broadway Database (ibdb.com)
Edward’s profile at Playbill.com
Edward balances his professional life with the joy of raising three children with his wife in New Jersey.
For over a decade, Jen has contributed to numerous productions including Wicked [Germany, Holland, Mexico, Korea, Brazil, and models for MANY more!), Maya & Marty, Amazing Grace, Holler If Ya Hear Me, Bright Star, Billy Elliot; Betrayal; NBC’s Primetime Presentation (Radio City Musical Hall); The Pirate Queen; Pope Benedict XVI Pastoral Visit to New York – the Mass at Yankee Stadium; Glengarry Glen Ross; Imagine This; Super Fly; You’re Welcome America. A Final Night with George W. Bush.
Jen designs scenery for various NYC and regional productions.
For the last four years, Stephen has collaborated on many studio projects, namely Maya & Marty, Amazing Grace, Holler If Ya Hear Me, Bright Star, West Side Story, Nutcracker, Betrayal; NBC’s Primetime Presentation (Radio City Musical Hall); Pippin; Super Fly; and Wicked.