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Brady Fiscus


About Me

A B O U T   M E 


Brady Fiscus is a theatrical designer and technician based in Tempe, Arizona. He has worked both on and offstage at numerous theaters both community-based and professional around the state. 

Behind the scenes, Brady has served as a designer for Hale Center Theatre, Arizona School for the Arts, Mesa Encore Theatre, and Desert Stages Theatre to name a few. Brady was the lighting designer for Arizona's premiere production of Be More Chill at Desert Stages, for which he was nominated for an AriZoni Theatre Award of Excellence, among other awards. Brady has received two other AriZoni nominations for his media designs for Chess the Musical and Bonnie & Clyde (for which he also stage managed and designed the lighting), both at DST.

Brady has also been nominated for three National Youth Awards for design, winning once for his lighting for Carrie the Musical. As mentioned, Brady also has also explored stage managing and other crew work, and has done so at the aforementioned theatres as well as Ithaca College, The Kitchen Theatre, and the Sedona Performing Arts Center where he teched for the American Ballet Theatre's Studio Company. For his work stage managing The Addams Family at his high school, Brady was selected as a semi-finalist for the Gammage High School  Musical Theatre Award for Excellence in Stage Management. Brady has been a semi-finalist at the Gammage Awards two other times for lighting design. 

Onstage, Brady has performed numerous times in roles including Underling in The Drowsy Chaperone, Harold Hill in The Music Man, Charley Bates in Oliver!, and Sonny Flood in The Dark at the Top of the Stairs (for which he received an NYA nomination). Brady has also performed at Phoenix Symphony Hall with Arizona Opera twice as Robin the Page in Verdi's Falstaff and in the ensemble of Wagner's Das Rheingold.


Brady is currently a freshman at Ithaca College in upstate New York pursuing a B.F.A. in Theatre Production & Design. He recently completed his first production there as a carpenter and member of the deck crew for the play X in December 2023. He is also slated to design the scenery and lighting for The Prom at Desert Stages Theatre as well as the lighting for Alice By Heart at the Tuscany Theatre in the summer of 2024. In the fall, Brady will serve as the assistant lighting designer of Ithaca College's production of Catch Me If You Can.

He welcomes you to his website and wants you to feel free to peruse his portfolio gallery, resume, reviews, and accolades or to contact him below with any questions or opportunities. Enjoy!



"Brady Fiscus' lighting design is gorgeous..."

- Gil Benbrook, Talking Broadway 

"...That will have the audience on the edge of their seats with brilliant lights...This is all due to the incredible work of stage manager/lighting designer Brady Fiscus..."

- Julia Bashaw, PHX Stages 

"...Brady Fiscus' lighting design makes good use of shadows and light to provide intrigue..."

- Gil Benbrook, Talking Broadway 

"...[Brady Fiscus'] lighting was spooky and perfectly eerie"

- Angela Kabasan, Broadway World 


C O N T A C T  M E

1+ (480) 828-8406

Tempe, Arizona

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