James Rotondo is a theatre artist originally from Rhode Island. He is a graduate of the Boston University class of 2017, where he earned his BFA in scenic design. He currently works at the Center for Dynamic Learning as a Program Manager and STEAMM Educator, teaching children K-12 career readiness and workforce skills through art, science and theatre. His most recent design was for the world premiere of Joyce Van Dyke's The Women Who Mapped The Stars, which premiered in April 2018 at Central Square Theater. Other recent design credits include Oleanna (New Repertory Theatre), The Labyrinth of Desire, Emmeline,Baltimore, Daddy Issues, and Vinkensport, or the Finch Opera (Boston University). He spent the summer of 2017 as the scene design intern at the Glimmerglass Festival. He has also worked with Lyric Stage Company of Boston, Actor's Shakespeare Company, Gloucester Stage Company, Trinity Repertory Company and the Huntington Theatre Company assisting designer Cristina Todesco.