John Eckert

John is an award winning lighting designer whose work has been seen in theatres across the country.  He is the recipient of two New Hampshire Theatre Awards and an LA Weekly Award.

As an Artistic Associate of Fault Line Theatre, John has designed many new plays including the world premiere of the GLAAD Media Award winning From White Plains and Beau Willimon’s Breathing Time.

John's work has been seen at many notable theatres including La Mama, Trinity Rep, Merrimack Rep, Florida Studio Theatre and many others. He collaborated with Richard Foreman on the LA premiere of his opera What To Wear and spent a year as a Los Angeles Opera’s Wally Russell Intern.  John has designed over 20 productions for the Peterborough Players and spent two years as the Resident Lighting Designer for the Brown University/Trinity Rep MFA Program.

John has a Master of Fine Arts from California Institute of the Arts where he studied under Christopher Akerlind, Chris Barreca, and Heather Carson.