Gerald D. Patt, Jr.

Gerald Patt (1984-ret. 2008) earned the title of Emeritus upon his retirement as Associate Professor/Scenic Designer in the Department of Communication and Theatre Arts at Salisbury University. He continues to have an active role in the Department of Theatre and Dance, where his academic specialties are set design, scenic artistry, theatre design, and technical production.

Mr. Patt holds an M.F.A. from Southern Illinois University. His featured scenography credits include All My Sons, Antigone, Hamlet, Hay Fever, Hedda Gabler, Importance of Being Ernest, Janus, Marat/Sade, Miracle Worker, Mother Courage, Noises Off, Of Mice and Men, Once Upon a Mattress, Othello, Sweeny Todd, Tartuffe, The Balcony, The Birthday Party, The Relapse, The Sound of Murder, and True West. 


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