Scott Vandenberg is the Lighting Supervisor for the Performing Arts Center and Adjunct Faculty for the Division of Dance at Texas State University. He is the Resident Lighting Designer for Merge Dance Company, Opening Door Dance Theatre and Texas State Opera Theatre. Previously, Scott was the Lighting Supervisor and Adjunct Faculty for the School of Theatre at Florida State University. He holds a BA in Theatre Arts from SUNY at Stony Brook and an MFA in Technical Production from FSU. Scott’s recent lighting design credits include: The Addams Family, Carnival, and the world premiere of The Steadfast Tin Soldier for Summer Stock Austin’s 2016 season, pieces for Merge Dance Company including Fold/Dwell conceived and choreographed with ARCOS Dance, pieces for Opening Door Dance Theatre including a version of Plains Daybreak by the Erick Hawkins Dance Company, Speed Dating Tonight!, Gianni Schicchi / Buoso’s Ghost, HMS Pinafore and the world premiere of Lady Bird: First Lady of The Land for Texas State Opera Theater, Titanic: The Musical at McCallum Fine Arts Academy in Austin, Man of La Mancha, South Pacific, Kiss Me, Kate, Camelot, Carousel, If You Give A Mouse A Cookie, The Seagull, Jesus Christ Superstar, Speed The Plow, Winnie-The- Pooh and The Love of The Nightingale for the School of Theatre at FSU, Beauty and The Beast for The Tallahassee Ballet, Hairspray!, The Wizard of Oz and Once Upon A Mattress (co-designed with his wife, Kristin) for Quincy Music Theatre, Les Miserables and Sweeney Todd for Leon High Performing Arts and The Who’s Tommy for Lincoln High School, both in Tallahassee, FL.