Jungah Han

Jungah Han, Yale School of Drama

Jungah is a Set Designer and Production Designer based in the East Coast.

Born in South Korea, she spent her years in Hawaii and San Diego studying Marketing and Theatre Set design. She designed and taught classes at University of San Diego and Long Beach City College.

Her selected design credits include Coriolanus, Paradise Lost, Cardboard Piano, and Measure for Measure (Yale Iseman Theatre), Gone Missing, Cabaret (USD Studio & Shiley Theatre), The Diviners, Henry the Tenth/Julius & Cleopatra (LBCC Auditorium & Studio Theatre), The Caucasian Chalk Circle (MiraCosta Theatre), Re-Drowning Ophelia (San Diego Rep Lyceum theatre), The Little Dog Laughed and No exit (Diversionary Theatre), A Number (Cygnet Theatre), Cherry Orchard (Don Powell Theatre), Prodigal and The Colonel (film, IDYLLWILD award 2009).

She developed her skill while assisting Ralph Funicello, Tobin Ost, Allen Moyer, Takeshi Kata, and Gerry Hariton in addition to working at Williamstown Theatre Festival and Denver Center Theatre Company.

Paradise Lost | Scenic Design by Jungah Han

Paradise Lost, by Clifford Odets
Yale School of Drama-Iseman Theatre
Director: Stephen Brown-Fried
Costume Designer: Alexae Visel
Lighting Designer: Joey Moro
Sound Designer: Pornchanok Kanchanabanca

Cardboard Piano | Jungah Han

Cardboard Piano by Hansol Jung
Carlotta Festival at Yale School of Drama-Iseman Theatre
Director: Cole Lewis
Costume Designer: Steven Rotramel
Lighting Designer: Joey Moro
Sound Designer: Brian Hickey

 

Cardboard Piano | Scenic Design by Jungah Han

Cardboard Piano by Hansol Jung
Carlotta Festival at Yale School of Drama-Iseman Theatre
Director: Cole Lewis
Costume Designer: Steven Rotramel
Lighting Designer: Joey Moro
Sound Designer: Brian Hickey

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Coriolanus by William Shakespeare
Yale School of Drama- Iseman Theatre
Director: Yagil Eliraz
Costume Designer: Asa Benally
Lighting Designer: Caitlin Smith Rapoport
Sound Designer: Sinan Refik Zafar
Projection Designer: Ni Wen