Isabel and Moriah Curley-Clay
ISABEL AND MORIAH CURLEY-CLAY (Scenic Designers) work can be seen on stages around Atlanta as well as on several regional stages. Recent designs at Aurora include: Native Gardens, Be Here Now, Maytag Virgin, I’m not Rappaport, Abigail/1702, and Clybourne Park. Other recent Atlanta area designs include: Book of Will, I Love To Eat and Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill (Theatrical Outfit), A Dolls House Part 2 (Co-Pro with Aurora) Little Shop of Horrors, Appropriate and Murder Ballad (Actors Express), The Magic Negro and Other Blackity Blackness As Told By An African American Man Who Also Happened To Be Black (Alliance Theatre), Skeleton Crew, Dot, Between Riverside and Crazy, American Buffalo, Exit, Smart People (Kenny Leon’s True Colors), Nomad Motel, Citizens Market, The Cake, The Wolves, Pipeline, (Horizon Theatre). Recent Regional favorites include Two Trains Running (Triad Stage), Lumberjacks in Love, Elf, Beauty and the Beast (Penobscot Theatre Co), Top Dog/Underdog (North Carolina Black Rep.), Honor Killing, A Gentleman Guide to Love and Murder, Wednesday’s Child, One Man Two Guvnors, Butler (Florida Studio Theatre), Dot (The Billy Holiday Theatre NYC) Isabel and Moriah are the recipients of multiple Suzi Bass Awards and Critics’ awards, Resident Scenic Designers at Horizon Theatre, Artistic Associates at Theatrical Outfit, and members of IATSE, United Scenic Artists 829.