Marcus Doshi designs lighting for theater, opera, and dance as well as collaborating with artists and architects on an array of non-performance ventures. Current and future projects include the premiere of Sophy Him's Where Elephants Weep, a new opera premiering in Phnom Penh, Cambodia (and subsequently touring to Long Beach, CA), and the exhibition lighting for both the Permanent Exhibition at the new home of the Museum of Chinese in the Americas in New York and Green Community for the National Building Museum. Other projects in New York include the world premiere of Queens Boulevard (The Musical) at Signature Theatre, the American premiere of Terrorism for The New Group & The Play Company; Charade and |underscore| choreographed by Jonah Bokaer; and the Obie Award winning productions of Molly’s Dream for Soho Rep and Menopausal Gentleman at Ohio Theatre; among many others. Doshi is also an Associate Artist with the Civilians and with Synapse Productions. He has been a Company Member of Moving Theatre since 2005 and helped create such pieces there as Without, Mass Particle No. 1, It’s My Party, and Impermanent Collection. Other works include the international tour of the Khmer Arts Ensemble’s Pamina Devi, director Peter Sellar’s production of The Children Of Herakles for the 2004 Wiener Festwochen and the Holland Festival, and the India tour of Thresh Company’s Strings Unattached. Doshi has worked with theaters throughout the United States including Seattle Repertory Theatre and Intiman. In October, Doshi will return to Seattle to design the lighting for Richard Strauss’s Elektra at Seattle Opera.