Driscoll Otto

Driscoll Otto


Lighting & Projection Design

Driscoll is a lighting and projection designer in New York City. Originally from Texas, Driscoll has been in new york for a decade and a half working with some of the best theatre and opera artists in the world. 

Driscoll recently designed the projections for the off-broadway production of Phalaris’s Bull:Solving the Riddle. Last spring Driscoll had his Metropolitan Opera debut with La Donna del Lago. Other venues in NYC include Ars Nova, The Mint, The Ohio, La Mamma, Lincoln Center Jazz, & Gotham Chamber Opera. Driscoll’s work is seen frequently in regional opera & theatre. In 2015 Driscoll designed the lighting for The Colored Museum at The Huntington Theater Company, projections for Next to Normal at Baltimore’s Center Stage, and lighting for The Barber of Seville at Philadelphia Opera. Other companies that Driscoll has worked with include NC Opera; Virginia Opera, Dallas Theatre Center; Dallas Opera, Houston Shakespeare Festival; Trinity Repertory Theatre; The Hangar Theater; Flatrock Playhouse; Utah Festival Opera and productions of Legally Blonde and Rock of Ages for Norwegian Cruise Lines. 

Driscoll will be designing the projection for The Golden Cockerel at Santa Fe Opera/Dallas Opera in 2017 

MFA NYU Tisch School of the Arts.