NOAH MEASE is a playwright and prop designer.
His plays include Omega Kids (NLTP / Access Theater, directed by Jay Stull) and Republic (JACK, Manbites Dog Theatre, adapted from Plato’s dialogue, conceived & directed by Alec Duffy). Along with the script for Omega Kids, he also wrote and illustrated an issue of the fictional “Omega Kids” superhero comic, which was printed and given to the audience to read during the show, and which Time Out NY featured as “the season’s coolest prop.”
Noah was the second-ever recipient of an Obie Award for props for his work on Annie Baker’s John (Signature). Other prop design credits include Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 (Broadway, A.R.T., Kazino – Tony Awards for Best Set and Lighting Design), After the Blast (LCT3, also Robot Visual Concept for an automated character), An Octoroon (Soho Rep., Theater for a New Audience), Hadestown (NYTW), Small Mouth Sounds (Ars Nova, Signature Center, National Tour), School Girls, Smokefall, The Nether (MCC), Futurity (Soho Rep./Ars Nova), Streepshow! Episodes 1-4 (The Tank), and multiple projects with The Debate Society, including Blood Play (The Bushwick Starr, The Public), Jacuzzi (Ars Nova), and The Light Years (Playwrights Horizons). He was recently included in American Theater Magazine's "Role Call," an ongoing series profiling of theater artists from across the nation.
He's developed work and designed props with Ars Nova, Fresh Ground Pepper, Loading Dock Theatre, Duke University, Dixon Place, The Tugboat Collective, Teatro IATI, The Brick, and The Public. He holds a BA from Middlebury College in Spanish & Theater.
Originally from Vermont, Noah now lives in the South Bronx.