Photo: Corey Grayhorse

Photo: Corey Grayhorse


In the Blood by Suzan-Lori Parks, director Sarah Benson, Signature Theatre (September 2017)

Gurls by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, director Lileana Blain-Cruz, Princeton University (October 2017)

The Last Match by Anna Ziegler, director G.T. Upchurch, Roundabout Theatre (October 2017)

Lookingglass Alice, story by Lewis Carroll, adapted by David Catlin, director Jeremy Cohen,

     Baltimore Center Stage (December 2017)

He Brought Her Heart Back In A Box by Adrienne Kennedy, director Evan Yionoulis, 

     Theatre For A New Audience (January 2018)

Is God Is by Aleshea Harris, director Taibi Magar, SOHO REP (February 2018)

Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes; Millennium Approaches & Perestroika,

     by Tony Kushner, director Tony Taccone, Berkeley Repertory Theatre (April 2018)

Fairview by Jackie Sibblies Drury, director Sarah Benson, SOHO REP (June 2018)

The House That Will Not Stand by Marcus Gardley, director Lileana Blain-Cruz, NYTW (July 2018)


Montana is a theatre designer from Albuquerque, New Mexico. His grandmother, a lampshade artisan, inspired an early love of fabric, color, and beauty. Montana is a graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music (B.M. Oboe Performance), Oberlin College (B.A. History), Brown University (M.A. Public Humanities), and the Yale School of Drama (M.F.A. Design). Prior to attending Yale, he was the Robert L. Tobin Curatorial Intern at the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, Texas. 

Off-Broadway: The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole Entire World AKA the Negro Book of the Dead (Lucille Lortel Nomination: Signature Theatre), Red Speedo, Nat Turner in Jerusalem (NYTW), Pipeline (Lincoln Center Theater), Ghost Light (LCT3/Third Rail), War (LCT3/Yale Repertory), Hamlet, Pretty Hunger, Teenage Dick (Public Theater), O, Earth (Foundry Theatre), Orange Julius (Rattlestick/Page 73) Regional: An Octoroon (Theatre Bay Area Nomination: Berkeley Repertory), The Bluest Eye (Guthrie Theater), Measure for Measure (California Shakespeare/Santa Cruz Shakespeare), Madiba (Kennedy Center), Our Country's Good, Side Show (Brown/Trinity Repertory), Zoyka's Apartment (Princeton University), and a number of shows at the Yale School of Drama and the Yale Cabaret. Montana is the inaugural recipient of the Fellowship for the Study of the Public History of Slavery (Brown), the Presidential Public Service Fellowship (Yale), and the Donald & Zorka Oenslager Scholarship for Stage Design (Yale).





Beth Blickers, Agency for the Performing Arts


Photo: Lauren Mueller