In her extensive career, Susan Roth has designed lighting for theater, opera, and dance in the United States and abroad. International opera credits include Tobias Picker’s Emmeline and Robert Ward’s The Crucible, which were televised throughout Europe on Mezzo TV as part of the Armel Opera Festival. She has designed for numerous opera companies in the United States, including those in Tampa; Augusta, Georgia; and Toledo. Susan Roth served as resident lighting designer for Dicapo Opera Theatre and the 75th-anniversary tour of Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess. Other U.S. national theater credits include touring productions of Dreamgirls, Cabaret, Purlie, Little Shops of Horrors, and One Mo’ Time. She created the lighting design for the international tours of Ain’t Misbehavin’, West Side Story, and Crazy for You. As the resident designer for the Westport Playhouse, she created the lighting for the U.S. premiere of Public Enemy, a play by Kenneth Branagh.