Britton Mauk is a Pittsburgh-based scenic designer. His design credits span musicals, straight plays, operas, and special events. This year, he designed two world premieres—The Burdens at City Theatre and Old Man and the Sea at Pittsburgh Playhouse. Some of his other recent designs from these venues include The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey at City Theatre; and Coram Boy, Uncle Vanya,Scottsboro Boys, and Wig Out! at Pittsburgh Playhouse. Britton has designed for regional theatres Cardinal Stage (Fun Home) in Bloomington, IN; Mixed Blood (Mermaid Hour Remixed) in Minneapolis, MN; Shadowbox Live (Tenshu Monogatari) and CATCO (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels) in Columbus, OH; and West Virginia Public Theatre (Mary Poppins and Les Miserables) in Morgantown, WV. Closer to home, he has designed for CLO Cabaret (Xanadu), Prime Stage (In the Time of the Butterflies and I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings), Quantum Theatre (The River and Chickens in the Yard, among others), Microscopic Opera Company, and Opera Theatre of Pittsburgh. Britton earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Scenic Design from Carnegie Mellon University and a BFA from California Institute of the Arts. He teaches at Point Park University, is a member of the USITT Diversity & Inclusion Committee, and enjoys mentoring up-and-coming theater makers as part of the USITT Gateway Program. Some of his upcoming designs include Hedwig and the Angry Inch at Portland Center Stage, Good Grief at Pittsburgh Playhouse, and Sweat at Allegheny College, I am My Own Wife at Long Wharf Theatre to name a few.