Scott Bradley returns to Steppenwolf after having designed the world premiere of Steve Martin's Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Slavs! in 1994. He designed the world premiere of Sarah Ruhl's Passion Play: a cycle in three parts at Arena Stage and her Eurydice at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Yale Repertory Theatre and Second Stage Theater in New York. Other credits include: The Notebooks of Leonardo Davinci, I Am a Man, Journey to the West, Silk (Jeff Award), The Dreams of Sarah Breedlove and Rabbit Hole (Goodman Theatre); The Great White Hope (Arena Stage); Pygmalion (Seattle Repertory Theatre); The Servant of Two Masters (Milwaukee Repertory Theatre); Dutchman, Oedipus and Electra (Hartford Stage); The Idiots Karamazov and Ivanov (IRNE Award, American Repertory Theatre); Akhnaten (Boston Lyric Opera); The Rainmaker (Best of Baltimore Design Award) and Picnic (CENTERSTAGE); and The Glass Menagerie (Berkeley Stage). On Broadway, he designed August Wilson's Joe Turner’s Come and Gone (Drama Desk nomination) and Seven Guitars (Drama Desk Award and Tony nomination). He is currently designing The Bluest Eye for Hartford Stage and Longwharf Stage, The Sea of Tranquility at Old Globe Theatre and Fences for Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Scott is a 1986 Graduate of the Yale School of Drama and thrilled to be designing again for Steppenwolf.