Donna Terry is the lead-designer and president of the company. She is known for her ability to apply her expansive knowledge of interior styles in everything she designs, her deeply rooted professionalism and her sincere concern for the client’s satisfaction. Having grown up immersed in the New York Theatre scene she was exposed to design on all levels from an early age -production design, set design, and costume design.
The photo above appeared in the New York Times when we performed Schiller’s Don Carlos set in Sixtenth Century Spain. An arched portière was constructed on set for authenticity, as these were common in the time-period.
In the photo from the New York Post depicted to the right, notice the bold large scale damask motif that was behind us that I loved even then.
More specifically she was the youngest member of the New Repertory Theater Company of New York City whose mission it was to bring historical classic works into play form and her fascination with the ever-changing set design and construction that went on behind the scenes remained with her always. When she grew up she chose to study set design in college, graduating Summa Cum Laude from the State University of New York in Binghamton.