Howard Bay
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 Mr. Bay, one of Broadway's most distinguished scenic
artists, was born in Centralia, Washington. He attended
the Carnegie Institute of Technology and Westminster and
Marshall Colleges and the University of Colorado. Before
designing his first Broadway show, "Chalk Dust," in 1935,
he created summer stock sets in Bucks County, Atlanta
and Stamford. He was the 1941-42 recipient of the
Guggenheim Memorial Scholarship. Among the many
Broadway productions he has designed are "One Third of
a Nation," "The Little Foxes," "The Eve of St. Mark," "Uncle
Harry," "One Touch of Venus," "Carmen Jones," "Follow
the Girls," "Ten Little Indians," "Catherine Was Great," "Up
in Central Park," "Deep Are the Roots," "Show Boat,"
"Come Back, Little Sheba," "The Shrike," "Midsummer" and
"Sandhog." Big business also calls upon Mr. Bay
frequently to design settings for their industrial shows, and
he is frequently invited to discuss his craft before college
and university drama groups.
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