Jim Koehnle

Jim Koehnle
Theatrical Design & Technology
Ralph Center for the Arts 103



Jim Koehnle has been working in the technical theatre industry for over 25 years. Most recently, Jim was the managing director, technical director, and resident scenic designer for Seagle Festival, in the Adirondack region of Upstate New York. Jim’s scenic designs at Seagle Festival include Little Women, Sweeney Todd, The Pirates of Penzance, Falstaff, Romeo and Juliet, With Blood With Ink, and the world premiere of Roscoe. Jim was the associate scenic designer for the world premiere production of Voire Dire at Fort Worth Opera, and the associate scenic designer for the world premiere of The Falling and The Rising at Texas Christian University. Jim has worked as a props artisan and props carpenter for The Virginia Stage Company and Syracuse Stage. Jim received his BFA in Production Design and Technology from Ohio University, and his MFA in Scenic Design from Kent State University. In his spare time, Jim enjoys the outdoors with his dog, and he also designs and builds custom furniture.