JEFF TAPPER (Lighting Design) Jeff has been lighting theatrical productions in New York City and Regional theatre since 1992. Jeff has worked in venues including New York City Opera, The Steppenwolf Theatre (Chicago), and the Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles), amongst many others. His work at La MaMa includes the revivals of “The Tooth Of Crime” by Sam Shepard, “Why Hanna’s Skirt Won’t Stay Down” by Tom Eyen and “Motel” by Jean Claude Van Itallie as well as the premiers of “The Co-op” by Esteban Fernandez, “Bloodletting” by Michael DiAntonio, “Three Valises” by Stan Kaplan, “The Last Two Jews of Kabul” by Josh Greenfeld and the blues opera “Conjur Woman”by Beatrice Manley-Blau. When not lighting shows, Jeff also runs an Internet Technology Consulting company, named Tapper, Nimer and Associates. Of the many things Jeff has created over the years, he is most proud of his daughter Kaliope and son Kagan.