"Nate is a hard-working and very ambitious guy. " Boritt said. Bertone attended the Tony Awards last month, where Boritt won for "Act One." - The Boston Globe

Photography by Hunter Kelley - www.hunterkelley.com for more of his work.



As a storyteller, Nate works professionally as a director, set designer, playwright, and producer. Nate aims to create work in each discipline that questions the viewer's level of vulnerability, and in turn, his creative work is often referred to as theatrical and artistic therapy. 

Nate's work in theatre and design recently made history in Massachusetts, where he became the youngest designer/writer to produce work at North Shore Music Theatre and Salem Theatre. In 2015, he studied in London, England at Central Saint Martins, and he is an alumnus of the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama.

Read about Nate in The Boston Globe.

Read about Nate in The Boston Globe.

The Pillbox

"Exhibit displays vulnerability like never before. "

The Providence Journal

"College student, 20, designs set for 'Grease' at Theatre by the Sea."

LiveDesign Online

"Bertone Flies Solo Out From Under Tony-Winner Beowulf Boritt's Wing"

Hooligan Magazine

An interview with Nate Bertone.

Underground Sparks Magazine

"The sheer force of a singular word could not be felt more than with this evocative photo series."

Carnegie Mellon Today Magazine

"We Wore The Masks" Feature


The Goodmen Project

An interview with Nate Bertone, creator of 'We Wore The Masks' Project. 

Rhode Island Independent 

"Meet the 20-year-old set designer behind 'Grease'"