Becky-Dee Trevenen is British-Australian Theatre Designer  with experience spanning many forms of live performance, with a particular focus on physical theatre and interactive design. Working on an international scale, her work ranges from intimate one-on-one experiences, to sprawling multi-warehouse installations. 

Becky-Dee designs striking worlds, often in non-traditional spaces, which encourage the audience to re-think the connection between design, performer and the audience. She believes the multi-modal potential of design in live context can be harnessed as a means to address the climate emergency and explore ongoing technological development.

For Tangled Feet she designed dynamic, sculptural set-pieces for Butterflies (Half Moon, UK Tour) and Half Life (The Albany, Gulbenkian, Arc). For Migration Museum, she was commissioned to create two interactive installations for their 2020 exhibition Departures; And for Kings Head Theatre designed the West End transfer of Strangers In Between, The Offie-winning production of Tosca and the Olivier-nominated production of La Boheme.

She frequently works with immersive theatre pioneers Punchdrunk and Punchdrunk Enrichment, currently as the Head of Design for their upcoming production; Viola's Room, and is currently a Designer Mentor and Workshop Leader for Punchdrunk Enrichment. 

Becky-Dee also has experience working in hybrid film/tv and theatre projects, as the Design Coordinator on the BAFTA-nominated theatrical broadcast The Third Day: Autumn (Sky Arts, HBO, Punchdrunk) and as Art Director for the BBC Cbeebies productions of Romeo and Juliet, The Night Before Christmas and Dick Whittington.

Becky-Dee completed a Bachelor of Dramatic Art at NIDA in Sydney, Australia in 2014 where she was awarded the William Fletcher Foundation Award and was the Big Brother Movement Drama Scholar in 2015.

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