El Huracán
by Charise Castro Smith
Yale Repertory Theatre 
Directed by Laurie Woolery
Presented in Collaboration with The Sol Project
Set design / Gerardo Díaz Sánchez
Costume design / Herin Kaputkin
Lighting design / Nic Vincent
Projection design / Yaara Bar
Sound design / Megumi Katayama
Tent Revival
by Majkin Holmquist
Yale School of Drama
Carlotta Festival of New Plays (2018)
Directed by / Rory Pelsue
Scenic design / Gerardo Díaz Sánchez
Costume design / Mika Eubanks
 Lighting design / Kwan Chi Chan (Samuel)
Projection design / Brittany Bland
Sound design / Kathy Ruvuna
Romeo & Juliet
by William Shakespeare
Yale School of Drama
Directed by Em Weinstein 
Scenic design / Gerardo Díaz Sánchez
Costume design / Cole McCarty
Lighting design / Emma Deane
Projection design / Chris Evans
Sound design / Andrew Rovner
Sueño
By José Rivera
an adaptation of Life is a Dream by Pedro Calderón de la Barca
Unrealized Set Design Project set at SUNY Purchase Repertory Theatre, NY
Blasted
by Sarah Kane
Unrealized Set Design Project set at the American Repertory Theatre, Boston

Gerardo Díaz Sánchez

Gerardo Díaz Sánchez is a scenic designer from Guayama, Puerto Rico.

He is currently completing his last year as an MFA candidate at Yale School of Drama, where his credits include El Huracán (Yale Repertory Theater) Tent Revival and Romeo and Juliet. Other recent credits include Novios Part 1, Yale Dragball, It’s not about my mother, Mud, This American Wife, Re:Union, Yale School of Drag 2017 (Yale Cabaret); and The Trojan Women (Yale Summer Cabaret).

Prior to Yale, he received a BA in environmental design from the School of Architecture at the University of Puerto Rico, with a double major in theatre design and techniques.

Affiliation: Yale