Peter M Beudert
- Professor, School of Theatre/Film and Television
- Distinguished Professor, School of Theatre/Film and Television
BiographyPeter Beudert, University of Arizona Distinguished Professor, Scenic Designer. Member United Scenic Artists (MFA University of Wisconsin, BFA Boston University). School of Theatre, Film and Television's production designs include: The Kentucky Cycle, The Cider House Rules, Tartuffe, Henry the Fourth Part 1 and 2, The Who's Tommy (video design), Dracula, As You Like It, The Taming of the Shrew, The Tamer Tamed and many others. Professional designs include Wit, The Pajama Game (video design), Working, The Taming of the Shrew, Love's Labours Lost, Tosca, Nixon In China, This, Hunter/Gatherers and many others. Peter Beudert is co-author of Scenic Art for the Theatre now in its third edition.
- M.F.A. Theatre Design
- University of Wisconsin, Madison
- Therèse Raquin
- B.F.A. Theatre
- Boston University
- University of Arizona (2011 - Ongoing)
- University of Arizona (2004 - 2011)
- University of Arizona (1998 - 2004)
- University of Arizona (1994 - 1998)
- University of Michigan (1987 - 1994)
- University of Wisconsin (1986 - 1987)
- Oregon Shakespearean Festival (1985 - 1986)
- University of Nebraska - Lincoln (1984 - 1985)
- Charles and Irene Putnam Award for Teaching Excellence
- Spring 1998
- College of Fine Arts Teaching Excellence Award
- Spring 1997
- Pillars of Excellence
- Spring 2012
- University Distinguished Professor
- Spring 2011
- Sabbatical Leave
- Fall 2008
- Medici Faculty Fellowship
- Spring 2005
- Spring 2004
- College of Fine Arts Small Project Grant
- Spring 2004
- Spring 2003
- Faculty Scholarship Board
- Spring 2004
- Fulbright Senior Research Fellow
- Spring 2002
- Fulbright Senior Research Fellowship
- Fall 2001
No activities entered.
Graduate Production StdyTAR 580 (Fall 2016)
Graduate Production StdyTAR 580 (Spring 2016)
Independent StudyTAR 399 (Spring 2016)
Independent StudyTAR 499 (Spring 2016)
Intro Dsgn-Stage Cst+ScTAR 121 (Spring 2016)
Master's ReportTAR 909 (Spring 2016)
Period Style Arch DecorTAR 448A (Spring 2016)
Period Style Arch DecorTAR 548A (Spring 2016)
PracticumTAR 694 (Spring 2016)
Scenic ProductionTAR 497E (Spring 2016)
Scenic ProductionTAR 597E (Spring 2016)
Spcl Tpc Theatrical DsgnTAR 596D (Spring 2016)
- Beudert, P. M. (2011). Scenic Art for The Theatre (Third Edition). Focal Press.
- Beudert, P. M. (2010). Scenic Art for the Theatre. Focal Press.
- Beudert, P. M. (2009). Scenic Art for the Theatre. Focal Press.
- Beudert, P. M. (2007). Scene Design and Stage Lighting 9th Edition. Wadsworth Publishing.More infoW. Oren Parker, R. Craig Wolf, and Dick Block
- Beudert, P. M. (2004). Scenic Art for the Theatre: Histort, Tools and Techniques. Focal Press/ Elsevier ISBN 0-240-80462-7.
- Beudert, P. M. (2003). Scenic Art for the Theatre. Focal Press/ Elsevier.
- Beudert, P. M. (1997). Scenic Art For The Theatre: History, Tools, and Techniques. Focal Press.
- Beudert, P. M. (1997). Tutorial Guide for Scenic and Lighting Designers Using MiniCad and Strata Studio Pro.. Self-published.
- Beudert, P. M. (2007). Digital Rendering. In Drawing and Rendering for the Theatre. Focal Press ISBN-10: 0240805542.More infoClare P. Rowe
- Beudert, P. M. (2006). Digital Rendering. In Rendering for the Theatre (Working Title). Focal Press.More infoClare P. Rowe
- Beudert, P. M. (2007). Stage Painters at the Paris Opéra in the Nineteenth Century. Music in Art The International Journal for Music Iconography, 10 pages.
- Beudert, P. M. (2009, Spring). Scene Painters in Paris during the 19th Century. United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT) National Conference. Cincinnati, OH.More infoIndividual Presenter
- Beudert, P. M. (2004, March 18). 19th Century Scenic Painting at the Paris Opera. USITT Annual Conference. Long Beach, California.
- Beudert, P. M. (2004, November 7). Scenic Painters of the Paris Opera. 9th Conference of the Research Center for Music Iconography. City University of New York.
- Beudert, P. M. (2003, March 18). Trompe L'Oeil Painting. USITT Annual Conference. St. Paul, Minnesota.
- Beudert, P. M. (2003, November 7). Scenic Painters of the Paris Opera. 9th Conference of the Research Center for Music Iconography. City University of New York.
- Beudert, P. M. (2001, March 20-24, 2001). Digital Design Exhibit. USITT Conference. Long Beach, CA.
- Beudert, P. M. (1998, March 2, 1998). Digital Modeling Workshop. University of Connecticut.
- Beudert, P. M. (1997, March 19, 1997). Developing a Training Tutorial for Scenic and Lighting Designers Using MiniCad and Strata Studio Pro. United States Institute for Theatre Technology. USITT Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
- The Cider House Rules; October; Arizona Repertory Company School of Theatre Arts Design completed – October 2002 Production opens – February 2003
- The Centennial Project; Film; October; I conceived the production of a series of short films depicting the University of Arizona at the time of statehood, 1912. These films are also conceived to be delivered through a mobile app so that the viewer can 'see' past events and locations around campus through a mobile web-enabled device. As Executive producer I sought and earned funding, conducted research, co-authored the script and overall story line and served as production designer for the first film.
- Biotech 2003 International Conference; October; Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C. Client: Department of Commerce – State of Arizona Design Presented and Accepted – January 2003 Conference – June 2003
- Web-publish database; Bibliothèque Nationale de France; October; Web-based data resource of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France Data comprised of information describing over 1,300 and paintings drawings (thus 1,300 entries) archived at the Bibliothèque-Musée de l'Opéra National de Paris. Opaline is one on-line resource of three created by the Bibliothéque Nationale to bring archival collections to the public electronically. Opaline specialises in iconography.
- The Telescope Stories; Film; March; A 10 minute documentary film that traces the path from the creation of the Steward Observatory by Andrew E Douglass beginning in 1906 to the development of Astronomy, Optical Sciences, The Lunar and Planetary Lab, The Mirror Lab and Kitt Peak National Observatory.
- Bottom's Dream; Play (more or less); March; A short performance piece I co-created with Brent Gibbs and for which I designed the scenery and scenic automation concept.
- The Kentucky Cycle; March; Design created for the Department of Theatre Arts 1997-98 season. Will be performed November 1997
- All's Well That Ends Well; March; Design created for the Illinois Shakespeare Festival's 1997 season.
- When Books Burn; March; Designed, constructed, and installed exhibit display for University of Arizona Main Libary
- Wit; March; Producer: Arizona Theatre Company January, Tucson - Temple of Music and Art February, Phoenix - Herberger Theatre
- Working; March; Producer: American Theatre Company, Chicago Performances February, Arlington heights, IL Note-This production was a re-mount from the Chicago production of November, 2000
- Love's Labor's Lost; March; Producer: Illinois Shakespeare Festival Ewing Festival Stage Bloomington, Illinois June 22, 2001
- A Going Concern; March; Producer: The Famous Door Theatre Chicago, Illinois Theatre Building North July 11, 2001