Todd Warfield

Mr. Warfield has designed or directed over eighty stage productions, commercials, feature films and television shows. He started his career at age 22 in Hollywood, CA as the youngest set designer ever to be admitted to the IATSE Set Designers & Model Makers Union. He quickly earned honors including a 1991 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences EMMY award for the number one rated sit com, Cheers. He has also designed for such television favorites as Dear John, Ferris Buehler, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and Buffalo Bills All Access as well as the feature films Coneheads and Crown Vic. Favorite stage directing projects include Reefer Madness*, Shadow Serenade* Hell Hole Honeys*, The Graduate, Rabbit Hole and A Very, Very Trumpy Christmas Carol for Alleyway Theatre. He has directed Silence the Musical, Cleopatra*, Posiedon:The Upside Down Musical, Blanche Survives Katrina In A FEMA Trailer Named Desire, L’imitation Of Life*, The Birds Attack and Mommie Queerest among others for Buffalo United Artists and Buffalo Zings*, Trailer Park Diaries, and Gilligan’s Island The Musical for O’Connell and Company Productions. (*winners of WNED/WBFO ARTIE awards). He recently wrote and directed the semi-autobiographical musical Load More Guys for Buffalo United Artists at Alleyway Theatre. Mr. Warfield lives in an apartment made of film and theatre sets called The Cleopatra Room that has been featured in Artvoice and Buffalo Spree magazines.