Marcus Dillard is a Minneapolis-based, internationally-accomplished lighting designer whose credits include: A.R.T.: Lighting design for The Miser. Theatre de la Jeune Lune: The Little Prince, Maria de Buenos Aires, The Ballroom, Carmen, The Seagull, Così fan tutte, Hamlet, Tartuffe, Description of the World, The Magic Flute, The Green Bird, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Don Juan Giovanni. He has designed more than thirty productions for The Guthrie Theater, including The Imaginary Invalid, Uncle Vanya, Richard II, Henry IV, Henry V, King Lear, The Triumph of Love, and the world premiere of Arthur Miller's Resurrection Blues. His credits include designs for theatre and opera across North America and in Europe, including San Diego Opera, L'Opera de Montreal, Canadian Opera Company, Vancouver Opera, Portland Opera, Minnesota Opera, Minnesota Orchestra, Opera Company of Philadelphia, Flanders Opera, Spoleto Festival (Italy), Shakespeare Theatre, the 2003 Athens Festival, Arena Stage, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Dallas Theater Center, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Huntington Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Children's Theatre Company (Minneapolis), and Seattle Repertory Theater. He has studied at Lehigh University, Yale Drama School, and B.U.'s School for the Arts.