Maya Linke

Maya Linke

Worked on Convergence Station


Maya Linke is a Denver based scenic designer, installation designer, scenic artist, lover of textures and creator of visceral worlds. Having grown up in the mountains of Southern Colorado, on 600 acres of land, she was greatly influenced by the raw textures of nature and architecture and presently strives to infuse this energy into each design. Her work invites people to physically experience the emotional aspects of the story through the architectural and scenic elements. Her hope, always, is that each world will breathe with tangible life. Magical collaborations include: "Nora", "The Rover", "Lysistrata", "You For Me For You", "The Music Man", "The Bereaved", "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street", West Coast premier of "Jerry Springer: The Opera"; World premiers of new plays: "The 100 Flowers Project" by Christopher Chen, "She Rode Horses Like the Stock Exchange" by Amelia Roper, "Truck Stop" by Lachlan Philpott and "Salome Dance For Me" by Trixie Carr. Regional credits include: "Prelude to a Kiss": Colorado Springs Fine Art Center and "The Diary of Anne Frank": Kansas City Rep. Opera credits include: “Les Mamelles de Tiresias” and “L’Enfant et les Sortileges”: University of Denver; "Orpheo ed Euridice" and "Florencia en el Amazonas": Florida Grand Opera. She received her MFA in Theatre Arts and Production from San Francisco State

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