Pete Borchetta has an extensive list of credentials in the theatrical field. He has designed a considerable number of productions, industrials, and facilities all over the world. Designing for and with such greats as Carmine DeLavallade, Geoffery Holder, Gregory Hines, Vanessa Redgrave, Gelsey Kirkland, and Max Roach to name a few.
Borchetta has been a member of the theatrical lighting and design-technology theatre faculty at Adelphi University and also spent 10 years working with theatrical and architectural lighting consultancy of Robert Lorelli Associates, Inc. Some additional credits and awards include The Historical Preservation Society Architectural Design Award for his lighting of Harkins Hall at Providence College; the 1999 Engineering Excellence Award for the Freedom Ring with Robert Lorelli, and numerous ACTF (American College Theatre Festival) regional and national lighting awards. Borchetta is a member of Theata Alpha Phi (the National Theatre Arts Fraternity), USITT (United States Institute for Theatre Technology), IESNA (Illuminating Engineering Society of North America), and is a Black Friar's Theatre Fellowship Recipient. Pete is a graduate of Providence College with a BA in Design-Technical Theatre and an MA from Adelphi University in Fine Arts.