Over the past several years Adam’s definitive set designs for theater, opera and nightlife have been seen in New York City and across the country.
Theater credits include commercial productions at The Goodman Theatre, The Apollo Theater, New World Stages, and Theatre Row NYC, as well as Signature Theatre, Ford’s Theatre, Ogunquit Playhouse, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma, Syracuse Stage, Portland Stage, Geva Theatre Center, Paper Mill Playhouse, Bucks County Playhouse, Serenbe Playhouse, Casa Manana, Playhouse on the Square, 1st Stage, The Human Race Theatre Company, The Engeman Theater, Mazeppa Productions, Algonquin Arts Theatre, Metro Stage, Bristol Riverside Theatre, The Gateway Playhouse, Vital Theatre Company, Brevard Opera Festival, Manhattan Youth Ballet, Wright State University, Queens College, and Montclair State University.
A 2015 Helen Hayes nominee for Outstanding Set Design (1st Stage Theatre’s ‘Bat Boy’), a 2015 Syracuse SALT Award nominee (Syracuse Stage, 'Hairspray'), and a 2009 Helen Hayes nominee for Outstanding Set Design (Signature Theatre’s 'Kiss of the Spiderwoman’). A recipient of both the USITT Oren Parker Award for Excellence in Scene Design, and the 2007 Kennedy Center Design Fellowship.
Adam is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University and a member of the Andrew Carnegie Society. Mr. Koch is a credited contributor to the widely used collegiate textbook ‘Scene Design and Stage Lighting’ by R. Craig Wolf & Dick Block (Wadsworth 2009 – 2014).
Member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829
Steven has created experiences all over the world working as Creative Director for The Becker Group and Global Experience Specialists including set designs for Harry Potter: The Exhibition, currently in its eighth year touring the globe. Other nightlife and event clients include AOL, Google, Target, WWD, A&E, The History Channel, The Saint at Large and Heritage of Pride NYC including designs for Pier 26 and the 30th annual Pier Dance in New York City with Adam Koch.
Additionally, Steven has collaborated with Adam on over 40 musicals, plays and live events including Miss Saigon (Signature Theatre), Carousel (Serenbe Playhouse) and Hairspray (Syracuse Stage)over the past few years. Other selected design credits include: Gross Indecency (Directed by Moises Kaufman), Saving Kitty (Starring Jennifer Coolidge), Broadway Bares 25 (Directed by Jerry Mitchell), Lincoln Center Originals (Directed by Lonny Price and Matt Cowart) and 12 Days of Christmas (Adventure Theatre, world premiere). Education: North Carolina School of the Arts.
Recipient of the 2015 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Director of a Musical for Bat Boy: The Musical in Washington, D.C.