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Bentley Heydt (hīt) (He/Him/His) is a NYC based Korean American, lighting designer that designs for musical theater, theater, dance, opera, and live events whose work has been seen across the United States and abroad at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Bentley's work has been described as, "...a kaleidoscopic feast for the eyes, always in service of the storytelling."


Recent work includes: The Color Purple (Theatre Latte Da/Geva Theatre); (no) man (IMGE Dance); Romeo and Juliet (Nebraska Wesleyan University); How To Dance In Ohio (Assist LD/Broadway); Life of Pi (Tony Award)(DMC/Broadway); you don't have to do anything (HERE Arts Center); A Christmas Carol (Assoc LD/Indiana Repertory Theatre). MFA, Ohio University. 


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