JAS Lighting Design









Current Works



An LA native, Jared began his career at an early age from the moment he stepped backstage assisting some of the best in the industry. Since growing up in the theatre, his work has now been represented throughout the US, on Broadway, Off-Broadway, in Londonís West-End, Spain, Edinburgh, Las Vegas, theme parks, and on international tours.

Los Angeles credits include designs for International City Theatre: Backwards in High Heels, Songs for a New World, Threepenny Opera, Bright Ideas, Facing East & The All Night Strut. Colony Theatreís Educating Rita and the award winning production TRYING with Alan Mandell, for which Jared received an Ovation Award Nomination. For Reprise Theatre Company: Forum, Theyíre Playing our Song & GIGI, as well as designing the critically acclaimed new production of The Whoís Tommy for Flicker House Productions with Alice Ripley (Ricardo Montalban Theatre.) Other notable productions include: Guys & Dolls (Cabrillo Music Theatre) the Indie Rock Ballet The Question (Ricardo Montalban Theatre) and currently working on the designs for Intimate Operaís Amahl & the Night Visitors (Pasadena Playhouse)

On the West End he lit Rolling with Laughter at Her Majestyís Theatre, followed by a run at the Nottingham playhouse as well as in Los Angeles. Broadway design credits include: Bravo Bernstein and Gotham Glory at Carnegie Hall with Anthony DeMare. Jared was the US Assistant Designer for the Broadway productions of PRIMO from Londonís National Theatre, Andrew Llloyd Webbers The Woman in White as well as the 2003 Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Off-Broadway he was the Associate Designer on: Humble Boy (Manhattan Theatre Club), Nobody Donít Like Yogi (Lambs Theatre), & Ministry of Progress (Jane St. Theatre).

For three seasons Jared was in residence with LA Opera, where he was part of numerous productions, including lighting Placido Domingo in Queen of Spades at the Teatro Real in Madrid. He has lit various performers in concert including: Betty Buckley, Michael Cerveris, David Hyde Pierce, Audra McDonald, Sutton Foster, Sara Ramirez and Jason Alexander. Jared has had the privilege of collaborating with artists such as SHAG (Josh Agle), Eric Idle, Jason Robert Brown and Lonny Price.

Other design affiliations include lighting the LA Lakers at Staples Center, Neil Diamondís 08-09 World Tour, the LA Auto Show and in 2008 had the honor of lighting Pope Benedict XVI in NY for the Papal Rally with designer Marilyn Lowey. His architectural designs are seen regularly in restaurants and exhibits as well as at the Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific. Recently he completed designing the 2010 USA International Ballet Competition. Jared became the youngest member of the United Scenic Artists-Local 829 and serves as a trustee to the executive board.

Jared A. Sayeg