Shon LeBlanc has designed over 600 productions in Los Angeles, and around the United States. He has been recognized for his work with:
9 Drama-Logue Awards
6 Garland Awards, the most recent for "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir" with James Barbour and Lynne Wintersteller at NoHo Arts.
A Drama Critics Circle Award
An L.A. Weekly Award
An Ovation Award, for Theatre Neo's "The Women"
This year Mr. LeBlanc has been privileged to design the World Premiere of Athol Fugar's Coming Home at the Fountain Theatre; The Los Angeles Premiere of Pope Joan and Life Could Be a Dream; Theatricum Botanicum's Julius Caesar and The Miser; Three Penny Opera; and Theatre Aspen's Chapter Two. In addition to a full theater schedule Mr. LeBlanc managed to find time to design and costume the upcoming film, No God No Master, a film based on actual events surrounding the bombing of Wall Street in 1920. Look for its release in the spring of 2010. Mr. LeBlanc is the proprietor and chief designer of Valentino's Costumes Inc. in Van Nuys, and divides his time between Los Angeles and San Francisco where he teaches Costume Design at the Academy of Art University.