Jeff Adelberg is an award-winning, Boston-based designer who, in the last decade, has emerged as one of the area's most sought-after lighting designers for theatre, musical theatre, and opera, designing over 200 productions. Jeff's work appears at SpeakEasy Stage Company, the American Repertory Theatre, Actors' Shakespeare Project, Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Stoneham Theatre, and many others. In 2010, Jeff won the prestigious Eliott Norton Award for his design for SpeakEasy Stage's Adding Machine: A Musical, directed by Paul Melone. He has twice received the Independent Reviewers of New England (IRNE) Award for his lighting designs for Actors' Shakespeare Project, an organization specializing in site-specific productions, for 2009's The Duchess of Malfi and 2011's The Hotel Nepenthe. Much of Jeff's recent work centers around celebrated director/designer David R. Gammons, with whom he has collaborated on over 20 productions ranging from Shakespeare to new plays by local playwrights to devised, ensemble-based work. Jeff designs lighting for Boston's annual Christmas Revels, a local holiday tradition featuring music, theatre, and dance performance from around the world. As an educator, Jeff has been teaching at Boston College's Theatre Department since 2006 and, in 2014, began teaching Lighting Design at Brandeis University. He has also been a guest lecturer and/or guest artist at The Boston Conservatory, Suffolk University, Tufts University, The Hartt School, Concord Academy, MIT, Northeastern University, and others.