Maranda DeBusk is a third year MFA candidate at UT, Knoxville pursuing a degree in Lighting Design and Digital Media. Recent work at the CBT includes: projection design for South Pacific; lighting design for A Lesson Before Dying, and Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play; assistant lighting design for The 39 Steps, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and A Christmas Carol; and associate projections design for Hank Williams: Lost Highway. Other credits include lighting design for Romeo et Juliette and West Side Story (Glow Lyric Theatre; Greenville, SC), Harvest (Phoenix World Theatre; Kochi, India), Boeing, Boeing (Warehouse Theatre; Greenville, SC), and Parallel Lives (North Carolina Stage Company; Asheville, NC); projection design for Higher Ground: Find a Way (Higher Ground; Cumberland, KY); and the assistant lighting design for Peter and the Starcatcher (St. Louis Rep), Unity 1918 (Project: Theatre; New York, NY), and Sweeney Todd (Denver Center for the Performing Arts; Denver, CO).