Shon LeBlanc

Shon LeBlanc has designed more than 600 productions in L.A. and around the US. He has been recognized for his work with nine Drama-Logue awards, six garland awards, two Drama Critics Circle Awards, an L.A. Weekly award, the Ovation for Theatre Neos’ “The Women”, and the LAVC and Garland award for “The Ghost and Mrs. Muir” with James Barbour and Lynne Wintersteller at NOHO Arts, and a NAACP nomination for The Bluebonnet Court. Most recently, LeBlanc won the L.A. Drama Critics Circle... More award for “The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore” at the Fountain Theatre. In 2006, LeBlanc had the privilege to design six world premier productions, including, “Manor of Trust”, “Equinox”, “One Way Ticket to Hell”, “Lizard”, “Conjunto”, “Bluebonnet Court” and the west coast premiere of “Friends like These” with Donna Mills. LeBlanc is the owner of Valentino’s Costumes in Van Nuys, and he divides time between L.A. and San Francisco, where he teaches costume design at the Academy of Art University. Less

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