Jon Sivell  

Jon Sivell

 Jon Sivell is a consultant with the theatre planning and design firm of Fisher Dachs Associates.

Significant projects for FDA include Roundabout Theatre Company's Stephen Sondheim Theatre on Broadway; the Smith Center, a multi-venue performing arts center in Las Vegas; Bing Concert Hall on the campus of Stanford University; renovation of the historic Ford's Theatre in Washington DC; lighting design of the "Mostly Mozart" Festival at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall; two roadhouse venues at the Marina Bay Sands Resort & Casino in Singapore; and the CMA Theater at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, used for live concert performance and broadcast events.

Previously, Jon consulted with another well-regarded theatre design firm and in the offices of Webb Management Services, a firm specializing in performing arts project feasibility studies, business planning and strategic planning for the arts.

Jon's production work includes lighting designs for drama, modern dance, musical theater, concerts and electronic music festivals; sound design and engineering; and experience in production, company, and stage management.

Jon received his M.A. in Performing Arts Administration from New York University, and his B.A. in Theatre Design and Technology from the University of California, Santa Cruz.