David Allen Stoughton

Assistant Professor
M.F.A., University of Arkansas

David Allen Stoughton

David Allen StoughtonAssistant Professor

M.F.A., University of Arkansas

David Allen Stoughton currently serves as resident lighting designer and assistant professor in the department of theatre and dance at Baldwin Wallace University. Stoughton received a Master of Fine Arts in lighting design from the University of Arkansas in 2003 and has since designed the lighting for a diverse array of projects in both professional and academic venues across the country. In addition to design work, he teaches courses in production design and technology spanning the fields of lighting, sound and projection.

Notable design work includes "The Dingdong," "Fault," "A Christmas Carole," "Noises Off" and "Tigers Be Still" at TheatreSquared in Fayetteville, Arkansas"; The Seagull," "The Tempest," "Julius Caesar," "The Killer Angels," "As You Like It," "Richard II," and "Romeo and Juliet" for The Michigan Shakespeare Festival in Jackson, Michigan; "Mlle. Modiste," "The Mikado," and "Der Vogelhändler" at The Ohio Light Opera in Wooster, Ohio; The Central and Near East Concert Series for the Cleveland Museum of Art; "A/other Lover," "No Exit," and "The Love of the Nightingale" at Livewire Chicago Theatre; and "Jack and Jill" at The Guthrie Theatre Lab in Minneapolis, Minnesota.