Talk About … Pop Culture

Pop-Culturalist Chats with David Gallo

Original article by Taraneh, June 9, 2017.

Bringing Jitney to Life

Broadway: How Tony nominee brought ‘Jitney’ to life

Original article by Ilana Keller in Asbury Park Press, June 7, 2017.

Broadway by Design

Broadway By Design: David Gallo, Jane Cox, and Toni-Leslie James Bring JITNEY from Page to Stage

Original article in Broadway World by Nicole Rosky June 6, 2017.

August’s iPod

Interview: Scenic Designer David Gallo on ‘Jitney’ and What’s on August Wilson’s iPod

Original article by Victoria Santos in Stage Buddy, June 5, 2017.

Set Secrets

What Did These Tony-Nominated Scenic Designers Each Hide in Their Set?

Original article (with pictures) by Joe Gambino, Playbill, June 1, 2017.

Raining Cats and Dogs

Live Design offers an extensive behind-the-scenes look at the 2016 Phish gag.

Read the original story within the Live Design digital magazine (pp. 64–83).
See the photo gallery.

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It’s All in the Details

Stage Directions takes a close look at the details of David Gallo’s Jitney set on Broadway.

Read the original story within the Stage Directions digital magazine.

Bringing Immersive Theater to China

Based on the classic Peter Pan, Neverland introduced Chinese audiences to immersive theater in a 50,000 square foot venue. Production design by David Gallo.

Watch the trailer
See a CCTV feature
Go behind-the-scenes at the second USA workshop

Bringing the Hill District to Broadway

The New York Times profiles David Gallo’s set for Jitney (on Broadway at the Samuel J. Friedman Theater, directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson).

Original article by Erik Piepenburg, February 9, 2017.
See also the Times’ review of the show.

From Concept to Gag Reality

After David Gallo created and directed Phish’s 2016 New Year’s Eve “gag” at Madison Square Garden, Live for Live Music showcased a comparison of David’s concept storyboards side-by-side with photos of the event.

Original article by Dave Melamed, January 2, 2017.
See also this Live for Live Music article about the rain effect.