Fabrice Kebour

Lighting Designer William Tell, Moses in Egypt

With more than 200 productions to his credit, and over 25 years of experience, Lighting Designer Fabrice Kebour started his career in 1987, in New York; he developed his skills designing numerous productions as well as assisting established professionals on and off Broadway. This led him, in 1989, to be accepted for the United Scenic Artists internship program and allowed him to work with some of the leading American lighting designers of the day, both off and on Broadway. After successfully completing the two year internship, Fabrice was granted membership of United Scenic Artists 829. Over the past 20 years, his lighting designs have been seen in France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Japan, the Middle East and the UK, as well as the USA and Canada. He has designed for top opera houses including Opéra National de Paris, Wiener Staatsoper, Bregenzer Festpiele, Teatro Alla Scala, Arena di Verona, and Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie. He was selected for the 2011 Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space exhibit Light Speaks, showing a retrospective of outstanding world-renowned lighting designers, and has received nominations three times for best lighting design in the prestigious French Molière theatrical awards.