Eric Dyer


Performing Arts, 2006

As a founding member of Radiohole, Dyer has collaborated on all seven of the ensembles productions since 1998. He is also a founder of the Brooklyn performance space Collapsable Hole, which won an OBIE in 2002 for its efforts in presenting some of the most innovative work happening in Brooklyn. Dyer is a set and lighting designer who has designed Richard Maxwell’s End of Reality at The Kitchen. He has also designed for Young Jean Lee, Elevator Repair Service, Sophie Haviland, 3-Legged Dog and the Collapsable Giraffe. His technical work includes The Wooster Group, Richard Foreman’s Ontological Hysteric Theater, The Builders Association, The Foundry Theater, and Cal Arts among many others. Occasional performances outside Radiohole include work with Young Jean Lee, Ann deMare, Ken Nintzel and Collapsable Giraffe. He has received funding from Arts International and was nominated for a 2003-04 Alpert Award in the Arts.