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Lighting Designers


Date: 06/02/2006
JEANINE DAVIES -                               Lighting Designer
CURRENT PROJECTS include
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TARTUFFE – Edinburgh Lyceum, director Tony Cownie
LES LIASIONS DANGEREUSES – Lyceum Theatre, director John Dove
HANSEL AND GRETAL as part of the ‘Home’ project – National Theatre Scotland
 - director Gill Robertson
THE TALENTED MR RIPLEY – Dundee Rep, director Dominic Hill
TO REACH THE CLOUDS – Nottingham Playhouse, director Giles Croft
PERFECT PIE – Stella Quines tour, director Maureen Beatty
MEMORANDUM - Communicado Theatre Company, director Gerda Stevenson

MOST RECENT PROJECTS include
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TOM’S MIDNIGHT GARDEN – opening the new Unicorn Theatre, director Tony
Graham
THE LIFE OF RONNIE AND RYAN – Script Cymri tour & Cochrane Theatre, dir
Simon Harris
CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF – Nottingham Playhouse, Royal Lyceum & Coventry
Belgrade
 - director Richard Baron
GYPSY – Dundee Rep, director James Brining
LAUREL AND HARDY – Edinburgh Lyceum and Dublin Festival, director Tony
Cownie
LIFEBOAT- revived at the Edinburgh Festival (TMA Best Children’s show for its
previous tour)
LOOK BACK IN ANGER – Royal Lyceum & Bath Theatre Royal, director Richard
Baron
STONE CITY BLUES - Theatr Clwyd, director Ed Thomas
MACBETH – Dundee Rep, director Dominic Hill
THE WOMAN WHO COOKED HER HUSBAND on tour including Kings Theatre,
  Edinburgh and Kings Theatre Glasgow - director Tony Cownie
A CHRISTMAS CAROL - Derby Playhouse, director Stephen Edwards
And the Pitlochry Festival season of A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS, THINGS WE DO
FOR LOVE, KIND HEARTS AND CORONETS, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD,
TREASURE ISLAND and DOLLY WEST’S KITCHEN - John Durnin, Ben Twist and
Richard Baron

MOST RECENT DANCE AND OPERA PROJECTS include
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ALMOST BUT NOT QUITE – new piece at Dance Base, Edinburgh Festival, dir
Graham Miller
LAREIGNE and UNCANNY – two new pieces for X Factor Dance Company tour
CLOCKWORK - a new opera for young people, Philip Pullman & Steve McNeff for
the
  Unicorn Theatre
OFF KILTER - Dance Base
OTHER LONDON THEATRE includes
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RAT PACK CONFIDENTIAL - West End & Nottingham Playhouse, director Giles
Croft
The BFG (and tour) - director David Wood
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - director Tony Graham
THE BROKEN HEART - RSC Pit, Barbican Centre, director Michael Boyd

OTHER WORK AT THE EDINBURGH LYCEUM includes
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UNCLE VARICK, A MADMAN SINGS TO THE MOON, THE BREATHING
HOUSE, DEATH OF A SALESMAN, A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE (& No 1 tour),
MERLIN, TAMING OF THE SHREW, THE PRINCESS AND THE GOBLIN, A
STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, MISERY GUTS, CINDERELLA, THE
HYPOCHONDRIAC, THE SHAUGHRAUN, THREE SISTERS, LOVERS, STIFF,
ON GOLDEN POND and THE STEAMIE (directors Kenny Ireland, Muriel
Romanes, John Dove, Mark Thompson, Caroline Hall, Mark Lambert).

OTHER WORK AT THE NOTTINGHAM PLAYHOUSE
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ANGELS AMONGST THE TREES, THE DAY THAT KEVIN CAME,
POLYGRAPH,     ETHEL
AND ERNEST, WONDERFUL TENNESSEE, THE BOY WHO FELL INTO A
BOOK, KAFKA’S DICK and BECAUSE IT’S THERE – all directed by Giles Croft


OTHER WORK FOR THE UNICORN THEATRE
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CLOCKWORK, PETER RABBIT AND HIS FRIENDS, TOM’S MIDNIGHT
GARDEN (also tour and New York), RED RED SHOES, SLEEPING BEAUTY, THE
MAGIC STORY BOOK, CINDERELLA, THE LOST CHILD - all directed by Tony
Graham

OTHER WORK FOR COMMUNICADO THEATRE
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ZLATA’S DIARY, , THERESE RAQUIN, PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD,
A PLACE WITH THE PIGS, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, FIRE IN THE BASEMENT,
THE SUICIDE, PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN - directors Gerry Mulgrew and
Jennifer Black

BRUNTON THEATRE
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A MADMAN SINGS TO THE MOON, HAMLET, WHAT WE ARE ABOUT TO
RECEIVE, AMERICAN BAGPIPES and CONFESSIONS OF A JUSTIFIED SINNER
– Mark Thompson

SHEFFIELD CRUCIBLE THEATRE
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THE MERCHANT OF VENICE and WHAT THE BUTLER SAW (Michael
Grandage)

WATFORD PALACE
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ANNA KARENINA, ABSURD PERSON SINGULAR and GASPING

OTHER THEATRE
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BLITHE SPIRIT - Salisbury Playhouse
POW - Paines Plough
REFUGE and LEARNING THE PASO DOBLE - Traverse Theatre
BRILLIANT TRACES - Diva Productions
ALADDIN and THE HEARTS - King’s Theatre Glasgow

OTHER OPERA WORK INCLUDES
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IL RE PASTORE - Classical Opera at the Linbury Studio
MANON - RSAMD
DON PASQUALE - Scottish Opera Go Round


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Philip Gladwell                                    - Lighting Designer

Phil is currently technical manager at the Young Vic and is working with them on the
plans for the new building as well as continuing with his freelance lighting designs.


CURRENT PROJECTS INCLIUDE
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INTO THE WOODS - Derby Playhouse, director Karen Hebden
PAPER THIN – Kali theatre Company, director Janet Steel
MELODY – Traverse Theatre, director Lorne Campbell

WORK AS A FREELANCE LIGHTING DESIGNER INCLUDES
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JACK AND THE BEANSTALK – Hackney Empire, director Susie McKenna
MACBETH – Derby Playhouse, director Karen Hebden
SOPHIE TUCKER’S ONE NIGHT STAND – New End (and previously Hackney
Empire),
   Director Susie McKenna
JACKETS – Young Vic at Theatre 503, director Veronica Wigg
THE BODIES , adapted from Therese Racquin – Live Theatre Newcastle, dir Maggie
Norris
THE MORRIS – Liverpool Everyman, director Indhu Rubasingham
THE CANTERVILLE GHOST – London Children’s Ballet at Peacock Theatre, David
Fielding
IN THE BAG – Traverse Theatre, director Lorne Campbell
A WHISTLE IN THE DARK – Glasgow Citz, director Roxanna Silbert
ALADDIN – Hackney Empire, Susie McKenna
HOT BOI! – Glasgow Citz and Soho Theatre, Natasha Betteridge
AWAKENING (Ballet, conductor Clement Ishmael) & ANOTHER AMERICA:FIRE
  (Opera, conductor Philip Headlam) for Push playing at Sadlers Wells
BAD GIRLS – musical workshop – ATG, director Maggie Norris
BREAD AND BUTTER – Tricycle Theatre, director Mark Rosenblatt
the double bills INTERIOR & WINNERS and THE EXCEPTION AND THE RULE
  & THE NEW TENANT as part of the Young Vic’s DIRECT ACTION
  presentation. Directed by Christopher Heimann, Dawn Walton, Jan-Willem van
  den Bosch and Alex Murdoch
MOTHER COURAGE AND HER CHILDREN – co-production Nottingham
 Playhouse, Ipswich & Bristol Old Vic, director Josette Bushel Mingo
THE TEMPEST - Cottesloe Theatre, RNT directed by Mark Rosenblatt
LONDON TALENT 2005 and 2004 - Big Foot Theatre Co/Paul Robeson Theatre, Tom
Wright
MIXED FEELINGS - TEG No 1 tour, director Jeremy Meadow
WHEN THE WORLD WAS GREEN – Young Vic, director Nizar Zouabi
TAPE - Soho Theatre, Geoffrey Nauffts
BREAD AND BUTTER - Oxford Stage Company tour, director Mark Rosenblatt
DREAMS FROM A SUMMERHOUSE - Watermill Theatre Newbury, Tim Sheader
WAY UPSTREAM - Derby Playhouse, directed by Tim Sheader
DEAD FUNNY - Nottingham Playhouse, directed by Topher Campbell
LIVE FROM GOLGOTHA - The Drill Hall, directed by Malcolm Sutherland
PASSION - Chelsea Theatre, directed by Malcolm Sutherland
MODERN LOVE - Queen Elizabeth Hall, directed by Arlette Kim George
UNITE FOR THE FUTURE - Old Vic Theatre, directed by David Lan
YOU SHOULD BE DANCING - Radlet Theatre directed by Sadie Jane Parsons
An Operatic Evening at the Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House for RSAMD

OTHER LIGHTING DESIGNS FOR THE YOUNG VIC
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THE SOUL OF CHI’EN NU (Studio) – directed by Tom Wright; PANTHEON OF
THE GODS - directed by Topher Campbell; YOUNG HAMLET - directed by Tom
Wright; A NIGHT AT THE CIRCUS - directed by Josette Bushel Mingo; ACTION
(Studio) - directed by Arlette Kim George
STREETCAR TO TENNESSEE (Studio) - directed by Tim Sheader; PRIMARIES
(Studio) - directed by Theresa Shiban

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Paul Keogan                              - Lighting Designer

CURRENT PROJECTS
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SMALLER – Phil Mcintyre on No 1 tour and into the Lyric Theatre West End
  with Dawn French & Alison Moyet, director Kathy Burke
HOMELAND – (set and lighting) – Abbey Theatre, director Fiach MacConghail
THE SUGAR WIFE – (set & lighting design) Rough Magic at Project Arts, Dublin and
  transferring to the Soho Theatre, London, director Lynn Parker
THE WALWORTH FARCE – Druid Theatre Company, director Mikel Murfi
* He is also an Associate Artist of the Abbey Theatre

THEATRE IN THE U.K includes
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HARVEST – Royal Court Downstairs, director Wilson Milam
TRAD – Edinburgh Festival, director Mikel Murfi (winner of a Fringe First Award)
BLUE/ORANGE – Sheffield Crucible and on UK tour, director Kathy Burke
SHIMMER and OLGA – Traverse Theatre, director Lynn Parker
BORN BAD (Kathy Burke) and IN ARABIA (Robert Delamere) - Hampstead
Theatre,
PHILADELPHIA HERE I COME ! – UK and Eire tour, director Adrian Dunbar
EDEN – Arts Theatre, West End (and Abbey Theatre, Dublin), Connor McPherson
THE TEMPEST starring Richard Briers - Thelma Holt No 1 tour & Plymouth,Patrick
Mason
TOO LATE FOR LOGIC - Kings Theatre/Edinburgh Festival, Patrick Mason
THE SILVER TASSIE - Almeida Theatre, Lynn Parker

MOST RECENT THEATRE IN EIRE
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TITUS ANDRONICUS (Project Arts, Selina Cartmell); TEJAS VERDES ( B*spoke
Theatre Co at Project Arts, Roisin McBrinn); OLGA (Rough Magic, Lynne Parker);
ANTIGONE (Storytellers, Galway, Conal Morrison); SHUTTER (Siren Productions,
Selina Cartmell); PASSADES (Operating Theatre Company, Selina Cartmell);
TRAD (Galway Arts Festival, Mikel Murfi).

MOST RECENT OPERA AND DANCE
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MARIA DI ROHAN, PENELOPE and SUSANNAH (Wexford Opera Festival); THE
WIREMAN (Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, director Matt Ryan); THE NUTCRACKER
(CoisCeim Dance Company on tour, director David Bolger); GIANNI SCHICCHI &
A FLORENTINE TRAGEDY (Opera Ireland, both Dieter Kaegi); THE FLYING
DUTCHMAN (Opera Zuid, Mike Ashman); JENUFA and TOSCA ( Opera Ireland);
CATALYST (RexLevitates/ Chinese National Ballet, Beijing, Liz Roache); UN BALLO
IN MASCHERA (Opera Zuid, Mike Ashman); THE QUEEN OF SPADES (Opera
Ireland, Dieter Kaegi).


Other work at the ABBEY THEATRE DUBLIN (Main & Peacock)
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THE DANDY DOLLS (Conal Morrison), PORTIA COGHLAN (Brian Brady),
BEAUTY IN A BROKEN PLACE (Niall Henry),     HEAVENLY BODIES (Lynne
Parker), DEFENDER OF THE FAITH (Wilson Milam), BURIAL AT THEBES
(Lorraine Pintal), SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER and THE CHERRY ORCHARD
(both Patrick Mason), WILD DUCK (Lazlo Morton) & OLGA (Lynne Parker) for which
he was nominated for the Irish Times Best Lighting award,BAILEGANAIRE (written &
directed by Tom Murphy); LOLITA Annie Ryan); THAT WAS THEN (Gerard
Stembridge); THE CHAIR (Johnny Hanrahan); TARTUFFE, DOWN THE LINE
(both Lynne Parker); MRS WARREN’S PROFESSION, MAKING HISTORY, THE
ELECTROCUTION OF CHILDREN, AMAZING GRACE, THE MAP MAKER’S
SORROW (all Brian Brady); THE TEMPEST (Conal Morrison);                 LIVING
QUARTERS, TREE HOUSES (both Jason Byrne); MELONFARMER (Jimmy Fay),
and CUIRT AN MHEAN OICHE (Michael Harding).



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GATE THEATRE, DUBLIN
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PERFORMANCES – new play by Brian Friel, director Patrick Mason
GATES OF GOLD - a new play by Frank McGuinness, director Patrick Mason

LYRIC THEATRE, BELFAST
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Marie Jones’ THE BLIND FIDDLER (Ian McElhinney) and GHOSTS (Conal
Morrison)

LOOSE CANNON THEATRE COMPANY
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HAMLET, THE DUCHESS OF MALFI, THE SPANISH TRAGEDY and THE
WHITE DEVIL
all Jason Byrne

ROUGH MAGIC THEATRE COMPANY
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DOWN ONTO BLUE,DANTI-DAN (both Lynne Parker) & MRS. SWEENEY (Cathy
McCardle)

BEDROCK THEATRE COMPANY
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FAR AWAY, QUAY WEST and QUARTET – all Jimmy Fay

OTHER WORK IN IRELAND
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THE SPIRIT OF ANNIE ROSS - Druid Theatre, Bairbre ni Chaoimh
ANGEL-BABEL - Operating Theatre, Leon Inglestrud
THE GAY DETECTIVE - Project Arts Centre, Gerard Stembridge



OPERA & DANCE WORK
OTHER DESIGNS FOR OPERA include
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THE MAKROPULOS CASE - Opera Zuid, Patrick Mason
ANDREA CHENIER - Opera Ireland, Ansgar Hagg
BLASTED - Project Dublin, Jimmy Fay
OPERA IRELAND
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THE SILVER TASSIE (Patrick Mason), FLYING DUTCHMAN (Nick Muni),
MADAM BUTTERFLY, LA BOHEME (Daniel Slater), L’ELISIR D’AMORE (Mike
Ashman), THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO (Michael McCaffery), LADY MACBETH
OF MTSENSK (Dieter Kaegi).

OPERA THEATRE COMPANY DUBLIN
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THE BEGGARS OPERA (Sean O Tarpaigh), THE LIGHTHOUSE (Brian Brady) and
THE RAKE’S PROGRESS (James Conway)

COIS CEIM DANCE COMPANY
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BALLADS (Cois Ceim at the Jacobs Pillow Dance Festival USA - set and lighting),
STRAIGHT WITH CURVES , THE RITE OF SPRING (& set) - all David Bolger

MANDANCE
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WITHOUT HOPE OR FEAR, SWEAT and BEAUTIFUL TOMORROW (Paul
Johnson)

DAGDHA DANCE COMPANY
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THREE PIECE SUITE , CHIMERA (& Mexican tour) and FAR FLUNG – all Mary
Nunnan

OTHER DANCE DESIGNS include
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SAMO - Blok & Steel - Suzy Blok and Chris Steel


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TINA MacHUGH                                          - Lighting
Designer
CURRENT PRODUCTIONS
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APOLLO AND HYACINTHUS – Opera Theatre Company, Dublin and Classical
Opera
  - UK tour and Dublin, Annilese Miskimmon
SWEET YOM KISSES – Kushite Theatre Co at the Lyric, Karina Johnson
MRS PAT – Theatre Royal York, director Sue Dunderdale
COLD COMFORT FARM – Prime Cut Theatre Dublin moving to Theatre 503,Owen
McCafferty

Recent DANCE AND OPERA includes
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ALANA (James Conway) and FALSTAFF (Domiano Micieletto) – English Touring
Opera
00:00:00:00: TIMECODE – ROH, Clore Studio, choreographed by William Tuckett
IDOMENEO - LA Opera with Placido Domingo, directed by Vera Calabria
VERA OF LAS VEGAS – Opera Theatre Company Ireland, director Annilese
Miskimmon
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN: Anatomy of a Storyteller - Arc Dance, Kim
Brandstrup
THE MERRY WIDOW - Carl Rosa Opera, Michael McCaffery
HAMLET, BROTHERS, ELEGY, ORFEO (Olivier Award) and SAINTS AND
SHADOWS - all for Arc Dance , Kim Brandstrup
ROOSTER - Houston Ballet (revival), Krefeld Theatre Germany and Hubbard Street
Dance Chicago (& previously Ballet Deutsche Oper am Rhein & Houston Ballet) -
Christopher Bruce

Recent THEATRE includes
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ARABIAN NIGHTS - Derby Playhouse, Stephen Edwards
WHEN HARRY MET SALLY – TEG No 1 tour, director Simon Cox
THE HYPOCHONDRIAC - Coventry Belgrade, dir Hanish Glen
COLD COMFORT – Prime Cut, director Owen McCafferty
A NUMBER - Prime Cut at The Project Dublin, director Jackie Doyle
MERLIN AND THE WINTER KING - Derby Playhouse, director Stephen Edwards
BOOK OF EVIDENCE - Kilkenny Arts Festival & Gate Theatre, Dublin, Alan
Gilsenan
 - Tina nominated for Best Lighting Design/Irish Times
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM - Derby Playhouse, Karen Hebden
DOLDRUM BAY - Peacock Theatre at the Abbey Theatre Dublin - Mark Lambert
DONE UP LIKE A KIPPER - Peacock Theatre at the Abbey Theatre Dublin - Pat
Kiernan
SWEENEY TODD - Derby Playhouse, Stephen Edwards
ON SUCH AS WE...... - Peacock Theatre at the Abbey Theatre Dublin - Wilson Milam
THE WEIR - Lyric Theatre Belfast, Fiona Buffini
ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY
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THE TEMPEST (Michael Boyd), LOVE IN A WOOD (Tim Supple), THE COMEDY
OF ERRORS (Lynne Parker), HENRY VI (Katie Mitchell), THE PHOENICIAN
WOMEN (Katie Mitchell), SHADOWS (John Crowley) and GHOSTS (Katie Mitchell,
for which Tina was nominated for an Olivier Award).

ROYAL NATIONAL THEATRE
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THE MACHINE WRECKERS (Katie Mitchell); GUIDING STAR (Gemma Bodinetz)
and RUTHERFORD AND SON (Katie Mitchell, for which Tina nominated for an Olivier
Award).

OTHER LONDON THEATRE includes
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NIXON’S NIXON - Comedy Theatre & Australian tour, Charles Towers
A DOLL’S HOUSE – Shared Experience at Ambassadors Theatre & Oslo Festival,
Polly Teale
MIDDEN - Hampstead Theatre/Rough Magic Theatre Company, Lynne Parker
IN RESPECT OF UNDER THEIR INFLUENCE - Tricycle Theatre and on tour
OUR FATHER – Almeida Theatre, Lynne Parker
MOTHER COURAGE - Shared Experience at Ambassadors & Spoletto Festival,
Nancy Meckler
SPOONFACE STEINBERG - Ambassadors, Sheffield Crucible & Kennedy Centre
Washington
 - Marcello Magni & Annie Castledine
THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA - Shared Experience at the Young Vic, Nancy
Meckler
YARD GAL - Royal Court - Gemma Bodinetz
LIVE LIKE PIGS - Royal Court, Katie Mitchell
THE WEXFORD TRILOGY - Bush Theatre, Robin Lefevre



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OTHER WORK FOR PRIME CUT THEATRE COMPANY, BELFAST
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the double bill THE MERCY SEAT & ASHES TO ASHES, GAGARIN WAY, AFTER
DARWIN and THE CHANCE – all directed by Jackie Doyle

OTHER THEATRE IN IRELAND
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THE HUNT FOR RED WILLIE - Peacock Theatre at the Abbey Theatre Dublin - Mark
Lambert
HEDDA GABLER – Abbey Theatre, Deborah Warner
PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD – Abbey Theatre, Brian Brady
SILVERLANDS - Druid Theatre, Garry Hynes
THE SONG OF THE YELLOW BITTERN - Druid Theatre, Maeliosa Stafford
SHARON’S GRAVE - Gate Theatre, Dublin - Ben Barnes
THE LAST ONES - Abbey Theatre Dublin, Katie Mitchell
A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE - Abbey Theatre Dublin, Ben Barnes
THE WHISPERERS - Rough Magic, Lynne Parker
OTHER THEATRE includes
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THE RECRUITING OFFICER - Lichfield Garrick, Corin Redgrave & Annie
Castledine
DRACULA - Derby Playhouse, Stephen Edwards
SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL – Royal Exchange, Phyllida Lloyd
1001 NIGHTS NOW - Copenhagen, Alan Lyddiard
ANIMAL FARM - Northern Stage Company & the Badajoz Festival in Spain, Alan
Lyddiard
BLUE REMEMBERED HILLS - Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, Deborah Paige
THE COLLEEN BAWN - Royal Exchange, Garry Hynes
MORE GRIMM’S TALE’S - Northern Stage Company, Neil Murray
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST - West Yorkshire Playhouse, Lynne
Parker
BALLROOM OF ROMANCE - Northern Stage Company, Alan Lyddiard

DANCE includes
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work for Second Stride, DV8, Images Dance Company, Yolanda Snaith, Geneva
Ballet, London Contemporary Dance Theatre, English National Ballet, Adventures
in Motion Pictures, Shobana Jeyasingh, Fabulous Beast, Nahid Siddiqui, Rambert
Dance Company, Houston Ballet, Arc Dance Company, Jonathan Burrows, Dutch
National Ballet, Royal Danish Ballet and Hubbard Street Dance Company Chicago.

OTHER OPERA WORK includes
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DER ROSENKAVALIER (Scottish Opera, David McVicar), IDOMENEO (de Vlaamse
Opera, David McVicar), TALES OF HOFFMANN (de Vlaamse Opera, David
McVicar), THE TURN OF THE SCREW (Broomhill Opera at Wilton’s Music Hall,
Elijah Moshinsky), IL RE PASTORE (Opera North, David McVicar), KATYA
KABANOVA (Opera Theatre Company Dublin, James Conway), THE JUNIPER
TREE      (Munich Biennale and Almeida Opera Festival, David McVicar),
CULLERCOATS TOMMY (Newcastle Playhouse, Alan Liddiard), LA CALISTO
(Guildhall School of Music and Drama)


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Tim Mitchell - Lighting Designer
CURRENT PROJECTS INCLUDE
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ENEMIES – Almeida Theatre, director Michael Attenborough
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM – Royal Shakespeare Co, Japan, West End -
Greg Doran
THE COMEDY OF ERRORS – Royal Shakespeare Co & West End, Nancy Meckler
ALICE IN WONDERLAND – West Yorkshire Playhouse (and Birmingham 2006), Ian
Brown
WOMEN BEWARE WOMEN – Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford - Laurence
Boswell
ANTHONY AND CLEOPATRA - Royal Shakespeare Co, director Gregory Doran
OTHERWISE ENGAGED – West End, director Simon Curtis
DIRTY DANCING Stageholdings opening Hamburg - director Paul Garrington
ALL BANGED UP – WYP co-production with Shed TV, director Maggie Norris

OTHER MOST RECENT CREDITS
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THE SNOWMAN - Sadlers Wells, Bill Alexander
THE LADY AND THE FOOL – Birmingham Royal Ballet, John Cranko
ANNIE GET YOUR GUN – No 1 tour, Tim Sheader
AS YOU LIKE IT – West End, director David Lan
BLOOD WEDDING (director Rufus Norris), WHISTLING PSYCHE (Robert
Delamere)
 and BRIGHTON ROCK (Michael Attenborough) – Almeida Theatre
LEAR (Jonathan Kent) and AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’ (Philip Wilson) - Sheffield
Crucible
Welsh National Opera Gala Concert LA TRAVIATA - Millenium Centre, Cardiff (&
Opus TV)
SLEEPING BEAUTY - The Barbican and New York, Rufus Norris
A RAISIN IN THE SUN – Lyric Hammersmith and tour, David Lan
ARIADNE AUF NAXOS - Welsh National Opera, Neil Armfield
CLOUDS - No 1 tour, director Jennie Darnell

OTHER INTERNATIONAL WORK includes
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KING LEAR - Japan, RSC main house and Albery Theatre West End, Bill Alexander
OTHELLO - Japan, RSC’s Swan Theatre & Trafalgar Studios, West End - Greg
Doran
HENRY IV parts 1 & 2 at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, directed by Bill
Alexander
  for which he was nominated for the Helen Hayes Award
THE TAMER TAMED & THE TAMING OF THE SHREW - RSC at The Kennedy
Centre,
  Washington & also West End - both directed by Greg Doran
HAMLET - Japan & Sadlers Wells (Japanese cast), Jonathan Kent
THE PLAY WHAT I WROTE - Broadway & UK No 1 tour, Kenneth Branagh
NOISES OFF - Broadway, RNT,West End + tour, Jeremy Sams
PAJAMA GAME - Toronto & West End, Simon Callow
OTHER WEST END WORK includes
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ROMEO AND JULIET – Playhouse Theatre/ATG, director Rufus Norris
OF MICE AND MEN - Old Vic, Savoy, Birmingham Rep - Jonathan Church
SWEET PANIC - Duke of York’s, Stephen Poliakoff
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING - RSC at the Haymarket Theatre Greg Doran
ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA RSC at the Haymarket Theatre,                 Michael
Attenborough
THE LIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE RSC at the Garrick Theatre , Wilson Milam
BENEFACTORS - Albery Theatre, Jeremy Sams
A LIE OF THE MIND - Donmar Warehouse, Wilson Milam
MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG - Donmar, Michael Grandage & Olivier Award Best
Musical
MAHLER’S CONVERSION - Aldwych Theatre, Greg Doran
ANNA WEISS - Whitehall Theatre, Michael Attenborough

OTHER ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY WORK includes
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HENRY IV Parts I & II - Olivier Award Nomination and ROMEO AND JULIET
(Michael Attenborough), MEASURE FOR MEASURE and RICHARD III (Sean
Holmes), TITUS ANDRONICUS (Bill Alexander), TAMING OF THE SHREW,
KING JOHN, JUBILEE, MACBETH, THE WINTER’S TALE and OROONOKO
(Greg Doran).


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SHEFFIELD CRUCIBLE
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PIAF - Tim Sheader, A CHORUS LINE -Nikolai Foster, RICHARD III with
Kenneth Branagh - Michael Grandage, EDWARD II with Joseph Fiennes - Michael
Grandage, HIGH SOCIETY - Fiona Laird and SWEET CHARITY - Tim Sheader -
winner of the TMA Best Musical Award

OTHER WEST YORKSHIRE PLAYHOUSE work includes
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HAMLET with Christopher Eccleston, A SMALL FAMILY BUSINESS               and
ELECTRICITY
- all Ian Brown

OTHER BIRMINGHAM REP work includes
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CELESTINA (andKings Theatre Edinburgh, director Calixto Bieto), THE DOLL’S
HOUSE (& No 1 tour, Rachel Kavanaugh), A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE (& co-
production with WYP, Toby Frow), WINNIE THE WITCH (& national tour , Tony
Clarke), THE WINSLOW BOY (& WYP, Gwenda Hughes), THE ENTERTAINER (&
WYP,Tony Clarke).
and as an Associate at Birmingham 1995 - 2001: THE FREE STATE (Janet Suzman ,
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also tour), MY BEST FRIEND (& Hampstead, Tony Clarke), PADDY IRISHMAN
AND PADDY ENGLISHMAN AND PADDY... (also Tricycle, Tony Clarke);
HAMLET - ELSINORE (Bill Alexander), THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS (Rupert
Goold) , ST JOAN (Tony Clarke), BIG MAGGIE (Gwenda Hughes), TWINS (Simon
Usher) and THE ATHEIST’S TRAGEDY (Tony Clarke- 1995 Gold Medal Winner at
the Prague Quadrennial).

OTHER LONDON THEATRE includes
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SLEEPING BEAUTY (Rufus Norris) and A RAISIN IN THE SUN (David Lan) –
Young Vic
HAND IN HAND (Gemma Bodinetz) and SPEAKING IN TONGUES (& Derby
Playhouse,
  Mark Clements) – Hampstead Theatre
TWO PIANOS FOUR HANDS - Comedy Theatre, Jeremy Sams
DAMES AT SEA - Ambassadors, John Gardyne
THE RED BALLOON (Tony Clarke) and THE ALCHEMIST (Bill Alexander) - RNT

OTHER THEATRE
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A SMALL FAMILY BUSINESS - Chichester Festival, Rachel Kavanaugh
AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’, DANNY BOUNCING, LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES
 – Derby Playhouse, all Mark Clements
THE LADY VANISHES - No 1 tour, Martin Connor
WODEHOUSE ON BROADWAY - Theatre Royal Plymouth & BBC TV - Keith
Cheetam

OPERA AND BALLET includes
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DIE FLEDERMAUS - Welsh National Opera, Calixto Bieto
THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO - Kammeroper Vienna, Bobby Hertsel
REQUIEM BALLET - Kammeroper Vienna, Stuart Trotter
DON GIOVANNI - Kammeroper Vienna, Bobby Hertsel
LES ENFANTS PRODIGUES -Royal College Music, Jean-Claude Auvray
LE ROSSIGNOL - Royal College of Music, Jean-Claude Auvray
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM- Covent Garden Festival, Jamie Hayes
THE GONDOLIERS - Covent Garden Festival, Jamie Hayes
THE KING AND I - Covent Garden Festival, John Gardyne
YEOMAN OF THE GUARD - D’Oyly Carte, Andrew Wickes
CARMEN NEGRA - Icelandic Opera, Stuart Trotter
PROMETHEUS - Berlin Philharmonic, conducted by Claudio Abbado, dir
Christopher Swan
ON THE TOWN - London Symphony Orchestra/Barbican/BBC TV - Christopher
Swan

         For further information please contact CLARE VIDAL-HALL
                  on 020 - 8741 7647 or info@clarevidalhall.com
Ben Ormerod                                              -   Lighting Designer
CURRENT PRODUCTIONS INCLUDE:
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THE BEST OF FRIENDS – Hampstead and Duncan Weldon no 1 tour, James Roose
Evans
SEE HOW THEY RUN – Act productions No 1 tour, director Doug Hodge
THE RIVALS – Bath Theatre Royal No 1 tour, Christopher Morahan
THE OLD COUNTRY – ETT , director Stephen Unwin
La TRAVIATA – English National Opera – director Conall Morrison
TENDERHOOKS – Skanes Dansteater, choreographer Didy Veldman
SEE BLUE THROUGH – Introdans, choreographer Didy Veldman

MOST RECENT THEATRE INCLUDES
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THE WINTER’S TALE – Watermill Theatre and UK & USA tour, director Ed Hall
TRADE - RSC New Work Festival – Stratford, director Sascha Wares
THE SEAGULL – Bristol Old Vic, director Robert Bowman
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST – Abbey Theatre, director Connal
Morrison
A NIGHT AT THE DOGS – Soho Theatre, Abigail Morris
WHO KILLED MR DRUM ? – Riverside Studios, Paul Robinson
HOUSE OF DESIRES (Nancy Meckler) and PEDRO DE URDEMALAS (Mike
Alfreds) for the
  RSC in the West End having previously played in their Spanish Golden Age season in
the Swan
  Theatre along with THE DOG IN THE MANGER (Lawrence Boswell) and
 TAMAR’S
  REVENGE (Simon Usher).
ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD – ETT, Stephen Unwin
HEAD/CASE – Soho Theatre, Swan Theatre Stratford & Coventry Belgrade, Caroline
Hunt
ROSE RAGE - Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Duke Theatre New York, West End and
Watermill
  Theatre, TMA Award Best Touring Production - Ed Hall
CALICO - Sonia Friedman prods at the Duke of Yorks, Ed Hall

MOST RECENT OPERA/DANCE INCLUDES
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THE JOURNEY – new dance piece for CandoCo, choreographer Fin Walker
SEE BLUE THROUGH - Phoenix Dance Company, Didy Veldman
ESSENCE for Walker Dance Park Music - a contemporary dance opera at the Linbury
Studio,
  and on UK tour, choreographer Fin Walker and composer Ben Park
OUTSIGHT - a new Ballet with Didy Veldman for Ballet Gulbenkian in Lisbon

OTHER INTERNATIONAL THEATRE
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A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM - Brooklyn Academy, USA & West End, UK
tour,
  Watermill Theatre - winner TMA Award for Best Touring Production and nominated
for 2
  Drama Desk awards: Best Director and Best Revival - directed by Ed Hall
THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE - Broadway, Sydney, Toronto, West End and
Druid
  Theatre - Garry Hynes
OEDIPUS TYRANNUS - Epidaurus, Greece, George Kimoulis
SILENCE, SILENCE, SILENCE - Mladinsko Theatre, Ljubljana Vito Taufer
MACBETH - Gladsaxe Theatre Denmark, Ole Bornedal

OTHER WEST END & LONDON
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MACBETH - starring Sean Bean and Samantha Bond at the Albery, Ed Hall
THE CONSTANT WIFE - West End, Watermill Theatre & BKL No 1 tours, Ed Hall
THE LEENANE TRILOGY - Royal Court & Druid Theatre, Garry Hynes

OTHER ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY
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JULIUS CAESAR, HENRY V and TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA – all directed
by Ed Hall
THE REVENGER’S TRAGEDY - Di Trevis

ROYAL NATIONAL THEATRE
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REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST (Pinter’s adaptation of PROUST, Di Trevis),
UNCLE VANYA and BENT (both directed by Sean Mathias), ACCIDENTAL
DEATH OF AN ANARCHIST (Tim Supple), AT OUR TABLE (Jenny Killick), THE
WINTER’S TALE (Peter Hall), THE COLLEEN BAWN (also Abbey Theatre -
Conall Morrison).



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ENGLISH TOURING THEATRE
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JOHN GABRIEL BORKMAN, GHOSTS, THE MASTERBUILDER, HEDDA
GABLER , THE SEAGULL, A DOLL’S HOUSE , HAMLET and MACBETH
(Stephen Unwin) and THE CARETAKER (Gari Jones).

THEATRE IN IRELAND
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THE HOUSE - World Premiere, Abbey Theatre, Dublin - Conal Morrison
THE WAKE - World premiere, Abbey Theatre, Dublin - Patrick Mason
MADE IN CHINA Peacock Theatre, Dublin
LONESOME WEST Gaiety Theatre, Dublin - Garry Hynes
FREEDOM OF THE CITY - Abbey Theatre/Lincoln Festival New York -           Conal
Morrison

OTHER THEATRE includes
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THE MARQUISE (Bill Kenwright No 1 tour, Guy Retallack), RESURRECTION
 (inaugural season Lichfield Garrick, Corin Redgrave & Annie Castledine), HINGE
OF THE WORLD (Yvonne Arnaud, Ed Hall), THE CIRCLE (No 1 Tour, Mark
Rosenblatt), AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE (Theatr Clwyd,Bill Alexander), JOURNEY
TO THE WEST (Tara Arts Trilogy on national tour, Jatinder Verma), PUTTING IT
TOGETHER (Chichester, Ed Hall), THE CIRCLE (Mark Rosenblatt) and ALL’S
WELL THAT ENDS WELL (Irina Brook) for OSC; DEATH OF A SALESMAN
(Birmingham Rep, Di Trevis), JUST THE THREE OF US (Theatre Royal
Windsor/regional tour, Peter Hall), ALBERTINE IN FIVE TIMES (BAC ‘Critics Up
for Review’, Jeremy Kingston), MACBETH & PERICLES (Ludlow Festival, both
James Roose-Evans),      TWELFTH NIGHT (Watermill Theatre,          Ed Hall),
ABANDONMENT (John Tiffany) and SHETLAND SAGA (Philip Howard) at the
Traverse Theatre, THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA (Theatr Clwyd, Di Trevis),
THE WINSLOW BOY (The Gielgud/national tour, Wyn Jones), WHO’S AFRAID
OF VIRGINIA WOOLF and BETRAYAL (WYP, Matthew Warchus).

OTHER DANCE CREDITS include
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TENDER HOOKS (Ballet Gulbenkian, Didy Veldman), I REMEMBER RED
(Cullberg Ballet, Didy Veldman), A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE (Northern
Ballet, Didy Veldman & Pat Doyle), SEE BLUE THROUGH (Ballet Gulbenkian,
Lisbon, Didy Veldman), IBI L’OHUN (Brest, Sophiatou Kossoko) and GOD’S
PLENTY (Rambert Dance Company, Christopher Bruce).

OPERA & MUSICAL CREDITS include
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BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP (World Premiere, Opera North/BBC 2, Jonathon Moore),
PUNCH AND JUDY              (Aldeburgh/Berlin & Vienna, Graham Devlin), IL
TROVATORE (Scottish Opera, Mark Brickman), COSI FAN TUTTE (Scottish
Opera, Graham Devlin), AGRIPPINA (Buxton Opera Festival), THE BOTTLE IMP &
BOW DOWN (Major Road, Graham Devlin), LA TRAVIATA (Bath & Wessex Opera,
John Pascoe), THE TURN OF THE SCREW (Bath & Wessex Opera, Olivia Fuchs),
ARMINIO (Royal College Music, Olivia Fuchs), THE MASK OF ORPHEUS (Royal
Festival Hall, Stephen Langridge), THE CORONATION OF POPPEA (the Purcell
Quartet, Japan Peter James) and BABES IN ARMS (Martin Connor),THE CUNNING
PEASANT (Robert Chevara) and LA FEDELTA PREMIATA - (Jamie Hayes) for
Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

He is also currently lighting the Calico Textiles Museum, Ahmedebad and has
recently directed DIMETOS at the Gate Theatre, London and MACBETH for E15
Drama School.

              For further information please contact his agent:
       CLARE VIDAL-HALL on 020 - 8741 7647 or info@clarevidalhall.com
BRUNO POET                                   - Lighting Designer
CURRENT PROJECTS include
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PHAEDRA – Donmar Warehouse, director Tom Cairns
HANSEL AND GRETEL – Opera North, director John Fulljames
IL TROVATORE - Bologna, Ancona, Porto and Japan (2005 & 2006), director Paul
Curran
FALSTAFF - Guildhall School of Music and Drama, director Olivia Fuchs
MITHRIDATE – Granada Festival, director Francisco Negrin
THE SCHUMAN PLAN - Hampstead Theatre, director Tony Clarke
PASTORALE – Stuttgart Opera, director Paul Curran

MOST RECENT THEATRE includes
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ARISTOCRATS - Royal National Theatre, director Tom Cairns
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST – Oxford Playhouse, director Erica
Whyman
UBU THE KING – Tron Theatre, Dundee Rep and Barbican, director Dominic Hill
DUMB SHOW - Royal Court Theatre, director Terry Johnson
THE LEMON PRINCESS – The Caird Company at West Yorkshire Playhouse, Ruth
Carney
STILL LIFE - Plymouth Theatre Royal, Drum Theatre
ALICE IN WONDERLAND - Bristol Old Vic, director Melly Still
  winner of TMA Award for Best Children’s Show
VOLPONE - Royal Exchange, Manchester, director Greg Hersov
DON JUAN – Lyric Hammersmith, director Neil Bartlett
MAJOR BARBARA - director Greg Hersov
SEEING WITHOUT LIGHT - Drum Theatre, Plymouth, director Jeff Teare

MOST RECENT OPERA includes
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his eighth consecutive season at Garsington Opera:- LE COMTE ORY (Rupert Goold),
LE NOZZE DI FIGARO (John Cox) and ARABELLA (David Fielding)
MACBETH – Scottish Opera-Go-Round, director Dominic Hill
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM -Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House, Olivia
Fuchs
LEANORE – Teatro Comunale di Bologna, director Francisco Negrin
BABETTE’S FEAST (Tim Supple) and ORPHEE (Francisco Negrin) - ROH Linbury
DON GIOVANNI - Opera North tour, director Olivia Fuchs
ARABELLA - de Vlaamse Opera, director Francisco Negrin
CHEREVICHKI (Olivia Fuchs), L’EQUIVOCO STRAVAGANTE (Massimo
Gasparon) and COSI FAN TUTTE (John Cox) - Garsington Opera 2004
RUSALKA (Olivia Fuchs) and MANON (Danny Slater) for Opera North
THE MAGIC FLUTE - Scottish Opera, director Jonathan Moore
GIRL OF SAND - Almeida Opera, director John Full James
FIDELIO - de Vlaamse Opera, director Francisco Negrin
The National Opera Studio Showcase at QEH - director John Full James

OTHER WORK AT THE ROYAL EXCHANGE, MANCHESTER
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PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD (Greg Hersov), the double bill COLD
MEAT PARTY (Braham Murray) & THE SEAGULL (Greg Hersov), LES BLANCS
(Greg Hersov and Marianne Elliott), THE HOMECOMING (Greg Hersov).


No 1 TOURS
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JUST BETWEEN OURSELVES and SO LONG LIFE - directed by Dominic Hill
THE EXTERNAL - director Ezra Hjalmarsson


SHEFFIELD CRUCIBLE
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THE BIRTHDAY PARTY (Erica Whyman), SEXUAL PERVERSITY IN CHICAGO
(Angus Jackson) and THE SHAWL (Angus Jackson).
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OTHER THEATRE IN LONDON
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ISLAND OF SLAVES, PLEASURE PALACES and HANSEL AND GRETEL (Lyric
Hammersmith, all directed by Neil Bartlett), THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH (Young Vic,
David Lan), MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN (RSC at the Barbican/New York/UK tour,
Tim Supple), KING LEAR starring Timothy West (ETT at the Old Vic & on tour,
Stephen Unwin), ANTARCTICA (Savoy Theatre, Richard Rose), TESS (West End,
Stephen Edwards and Karen Hebden), THINGS YOU SHOULDN’T SAY PAST
MIDNIGHT (Soho Theatre, Abigail Morris), AL MURRAY: THE PUB LANDLORD
(Playhouse Theatre, Al Murray), A SOLDIER’S TALE (Queen Elizabeth Hall,
Jonathan Alver).

OTHER ETT SHOWS INCLUDE
TWELFTH NIGHT, LOVE’S LABOURS LOST, THE CHERRY ORCHARD, DON
JUAN & THE TAMING OF THE SHREW - all directed by Stephen Unwin

DUNDEE REP
TWELFTH NIGHT, THE DUCHESS OF MALFI, PETER PAN, all directed by
Dominic Hill

OTHER THEATRE INCLUDES
NEVILLE’S ISLAND (Richard Beecham) & THE GLASS MENAGERIE (David Lan) -
Watford
MUSIK (Jennie Darnell) and ROYAL SUPREME (Jimmy Faye) – Theatre Royal
Plymouth
JUNK - Den Nationale Scene, Norway, director John Retallack

OTHER OPERA INCLUDES
ORFEO ET EURIDICE (Opera National du Rhin,           Michael McCaffery), LA
TRAVIATA (English Touring Opera, Olivia Fuchs), IL MONDO DELLA LUNA (the
Royal Academy of Music, Robert Chevara), BABETTE’S FEAST (ROH/Linbury
Studio, Tim Supple), THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO (QEH, Lee Blakely),
ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD (QEH, William Relton), FIDELIO (English
Touring Opera, Robert Chevara), BERLIN TO BROADWAY & MACBETH (North
Jutland Opera Denmark, Nigel Warrington), THE YEOMEN OF THE GUARD
(BYO, Michael McCaffery), THE TURN OF THE SCREW (Brighton Festival, Olivia
Fuchs), OTTONE (RCM at The Britten Theatre, Tom Hawkes), VANESSA
(Bloomsbury, Nigel Warrington), NORMA (Barcelona, Francisco Negrin), DON
PASQUALE (Buxton Opera House, Donna Stirrup), LA CENERENTOLA and LA
TRAVIATA (Mick Gordon), CARMEN (Terry John Bates), DON GIOVANNI
(Carlos Wagner) at Opera Holland Park, DR MIRACLE and SIGNOR BRUSCHINO
(RAM/RCM, Robert Chevara), APOLLO AND HYACINTH (Classical Opera/Britten
Theatre, Olivia Fuchs).

and for GARSINGTON OPERA : seasons 1998-2003
2003: DIE SCHWEIGSAME FRAU (David Fielding), IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA
(Marco Gandini), LA FINITA GIARDINIERA (Paul Curran). 2002: SARKA and
OSUD (Olivia Fuchs), DON GIOVANNI (Stephen Unwin), LA GAZZA LADRA
(Daniel Slater); 2001: INTERMEZZO (David Fielding), DIE ZAUBERFLOTE (James
Macdonald), LA GAZETTA (Marco Gandini); 2000: GENOVEVA (Aidan Laing),
FIGARO (Stephen Unwin), IL MONDO DE LA LUNA (Michael McCaffrey); 1999:
DIE LIEBE DER DANAE (David Fielding), DIE ENTFUHRUNG AUS DEM SERAIL
(Stephen Unwin), L’ITALIANA IN ALGERI (Michael McCaffrey); 1998: LA LIETRA
DEL PARAGONE (Michael McCaffrey), FALSTAFF (Stephen Unwin), LUCIO SILLA
(Aiden Laing).

DANCE includes
TREE FINGER SOUP - a new ballet for Rambert Dance Company, Glen Wilkinson
MOMENT TO MOMENT - Walker Dance Company , Fin Walker
HANSEL AND GRETEL - Wilton’s Music Hall, director Nitia Jones

            For further information please call CLARE VIDAL-HALL
                   on 020 - 8741 7647 or info@clarevidalhall.com
Examples of Bruno’s work can be found on our website: www.clarevidalhall.com
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Malcolm Rippeth – lighting designer
CURRENT PRODUCTIONS
Monkey – Dundee Rep, director Dominic Hill
Nights at the Circus – Lyric Hammersmith/Kneehigh tour, director Emma Rice
Woody Allen’s Murder Mysteries – I’m acamera at Croydon Warehouse, Janey
Clarke
Hamlet – ETT UK tour & into the New Ambassadors, director Stephen Unwin
Great Expectations – Northern Stage and Greenwich, directed & designed by Neil
Murray

Scuffer – West Yorkshire Playhouse Courtyard, director Alex Chisholm
La Nuit Intime - BalletLORENT, chor Liv Lorent




MOST RECENT PRODUCTIONS
Dick Whittington – Theatr Clwyd, director Peter Rowe
The Lovers – Live Theatre, director Jeremy Herrin
Antigone at Hell’s Mouth – NYT & Kneehigh Theatre at Soho Theatre, Mike
Shepherd
Hay Fever – York Theatre Royal, director Damian Cruden
Coelacanth – Pleasance Edinburgh, director Erica Whyman
Our Kind of Fun – Live Theatre Newcastle, director Jeremy Herrin
La Nuit Intime – balletLORENT at The Wardrobe, Leeds, choreographer Liv Lorent
Macbeth – York Theatre Royal, directed & designed by Damian Cruden
Lush Life – Live Theatre Newcastle, director Max Roberts
Little Sweet Thing – Birmingham Rep/Nottingham Playhouse/Ipswich Wolsey
 director Michael Buffong
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe – West Yorkshire Playhouse Quarry, Ian
Brown
La Vie des Fantasmes Érotiques et Esthétiques – balletLORENT on UK tour, chor Liv
Lorent
The Bacchae – West Yorkshire Playhouse, UK tour and Lyric Hammersmith, dir
Emma Rice
       Winner of the TMA Award for Best Touring production 2005


Other work at WEST YORKSHIRE PLAYHOUSE
Vodou Nation – WYP and UK tour, directed by Geraldine Connor & Brett Bailey
Homage to Catalonia – WYP, Northern Stage and Teatre Romea co-production
playing
  at WYP, Newcastle Playhouse, Paris and Barcelona, director Josep Galindo
Medea – Courtyard Theatre, director Femi Elufowoju Jnr
Off Camera – Courtyard Theatre, director Femi Elufowoju Jnr


Other work for ENGLISH TOURING THEATRE
Romeo and Juliet – UK tour and Hong Kong Arts Festival, director Stephen Unwin
Anton Chekhov – Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal and Oxford Playhouse, Michael
Pennington
John Gabriel Borkman (co-designer Ben Ormerod), director Stephen Unwin

Malcolm was also associate lighting designer on The York Realist for
ETT and The Royal Court in the West End.


Other work for NORTHERN STAGE includes
Kaput! – Northern Stage at Live Theatre Newcastle, directed and designed by Neil
Murray
Cinzano & Smirnova’s Birthday – Northern Stage at Newcastle Playhouse, des/dir
Neil Murray
The Snow Queen - Northern Stage at Newcastle Playhouse, dir/des Neil Murray
Noir for Northern Stage & Live Theatre at Newcastle Playhouse, director Max Roberts
The Tiger’s Bride – Northern Stage at Gulbenkian Studio Newcastle, dir/des Neil
Murray




Other work for KNEEHIGH THEATRE includes
Pandora’s Box – co-production with Northern Stage on UK tour, directed by Emma
Rice and
  Neil Murray




Other work for LIVE THEATRE NEWCASTLE includes
Toast – Jeremy Herrin                 Dirty Nets - Jeremy Herrin
Charlie’s Trousers – Max Roberts      Cooking with Elvis - Max Roberts
Keepers of the Flame - RSC/Live Theatre co-production, director Max Roberts




                                                       Malcolm Rippeth (2)
Other THEATRE WORK includes
Black Cocktail – Pleasance Edinburgh, dir Erica Whyman
Bill Shakespeare’s Italian Job – Cooperesque at the Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh
  directed by Malachi Bogdanov
Dealer’s Choice – Salisbury Playhouse Studio, director Femi Elufowoju Jnr
Foyer – Leicester Haymarket, director Richard Gregory
Bob Downe – Brighter! Whiter! – Karushi at Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh & UK tour
Bintou – Arcola Theatre, director Sacha Wares
The Selfish Giant – Gulbenkian Studio Newcastle and then Leicester Haymarket
Studio,
   director Annie Wood
A Billion Seconds – Strathcona Theatre Company on UK tour, director Ann Cleary
Abyssinia – Tiata Fahodzi UK tour, director Femi Elufowoju Jnr
Three Wishes – Karushi at Pleasance Edinburgh, dir Erica Whyman
The Ghost of Garcia Lorca– Foolsyard at Gulbenkian Studio Newcastle and N/E tour
   director Paul Phillips
Tear from a Glass Eye – Gate & National Studio production at the Gate Theatre
Notting Hill
   director Erica Whyman
The Old Curiosity Shop – Southwark Playhouse, director Erica Whyman
Poppy Day – Stone Ranger at Pleasance Edinburgh & UK tour, director Erica
Whyman
Mel and Sue – Back to our Roots (1999 UK Tour, dir Cal McCrystal) and Mel and Sue
- Planet
   Pussycat (1996, Edinburgh & tour, dir Alison Edgar) – Stone Ranger productions
Spitting Love – New Writing North at Customs House, South Shields, director Wils
Wilson

Malcolm also relit The Distance from Here for the Almeida Theatre and was production
electrician on their production of Lulu at the Kennedy Center, Washington. He was also full-
time production electrician on their productions of Richard II and Coriolanus at the
Gainsborough Studios in London, BAM in New York and Akasaka Theatre Tokyo.




Other Work in BALLET and OPERA
Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm? and Infinito Nero (co-designer Cathie Boyd) –
Almeida
  Aldeburgh Opera at Aldeburgh Festival, Almeida and UK tour, director Cathie
Boyd
The Ball – balletLORENT on site specific UK tour, tanzhaus
nrw, Dusseldorf, Liv Lorent




CLARE VIDAL-HALL
                   O20 8741 7647 or cvh@clarevidalhall.com
Johanna Town – lighting designer
CURRENT PROJECTS
THE WINTERLING – Royal Court, director Ian Rickson
LIVE LIKE PIGS - Guildhall and Royal Court
O GO MY MAN – Out of Joint and Royal Court, Max Stafford Clark

MOST RECENT THEATRE
For the Royal Court for whom she is also Head of Lighting: WAY TO HEAVEN
(Ramin Gray), THE WOMAN BEFORE (Richard Wilson) and A GIRL IN A CAR
WITH A MAN (Joe Hill-Gibbons) and MY NAME IS RACHEL CORRIE which
should be going to New York in March (Alan Rickman).
ALL THE ORDINARY ANGELS – Royal Exchange, director Michael Buffong
DEAD FUNNY – West Yorkshire Playhouse, director Matthew Lloyd
TALKING TO TERRORISTS – Out of Joint tour and Royal Court, director Max
Stafford Clark
HELEN OF TROY - ATC, director Gordon Anderson
MACBETH - Out of Joint tour, director Max Stafford Clark
EAST COAST CHICKEN SUPPER – Traverse/Festival (Fringe First), dir Richard
Wilson
GUANTANAMO BAY - Broadway, West End, Tricycle - Nicolas Kent & Sacha Wares
THE PERMANENT WAY - Out of Joint – RNT, UK tour and Australia, Max
Stafford Clark
SOMEONE WHO’LL WATCH OVER ME – Theatre Royal Northampton, Toby Frow
HOW LOVE IS SPELT - Bush Theatre – director Julie Anne Robinson
SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION - Royal Exchange, director Michael Buffong
BADNUFF (Jonathan Lloyd) and MR NOBODY (Jonathan Lloyd) – Soho Theatre
THE DUMB WAITER – Oxford Playhouse, director Douglas Hodge
ID – Almeida Theatre & BBC 3, director Nancy Meckler
A DOLL’S HOUSE – Southwark Playhouse, director Thea Sharrock

NEW YORK - BROADWAY AND OFF BROADWAY
ARABIAN NIGHTS – New Victory Theatre, director Dominic Cooke
ROSE - Lyceum New York & Royal National Theatre – director Nancy Meckler
SHOPPING & FUCKING – Out of Joint, West End and World tour - Max Stafford
Clark
OUR LADY OF SLIGO - Out of Joint, Royal National Theatre - Max Stafford Clark
THE STEWARD OF CHRISTENDOM - Out of Joint at BAM, Sydney Festival, Royal
 Court – director Max Stafford Clark

WEST END
VIA DOLAROSA - Duchess Theatre, director Stephen Daldry
TOP GIRLS – Aldwych Theatre & Oxford Touring Theatre, director Thea Sharrock
FEELGOOD – Garrick & Hampstead Theatre – director Max Stafford Clark
LITTLE MALCOLM & HIS STRUGGLE AGAINST THE EUNUCHS – West End
 & Hampstead Theatre, director Denis Lawson
BEAUTIFUL THING - Duke of Yorks, Donmar Warehouse, Bush - Hettie Macdonald
OTHER WORK FOR THE ROYAL COURT (for whom she is also Head of Lighting)
FOOD CHAIN (Anna Mackmin); UNDER THE WHALEBACK, WHERE DO WE
LIVE, NIGHTINGALE & CHASE, I JUST STOPPED BY TO SEE THE MAN, MR
KOLPERT, WOMEN LAUGHING TOAST (all directed by Richard Wilson);
TERRORISM (Ramin Gray); CARYL CHURCHILL SHORTS, PALE HORSE,
ASHES AND SAND           (Ian Rickson); PLASTICINE, FUCKING GAMES,
SPINNING INTO BUTTER, OTHER PEOPLE (Dominic Cooke); UNDER THE
BLUE SKY (Rufus Norris); OUR LATE NIGHT (Caryl Churchill); NEVERLAND
(Stephen Pimlott); THE 1 U LOVE (Tim Luscombe); HARRY AND ME (James
Macdonald); THE EDITING PROCESS, THE KITCHEN,            SEARCH AND
DESTROY (Stephen Daldry);      WAITING ROOM GERMANY (Mary Peate);
PEACHES (James Macdonald); BABIES (Polly Teale), HUSH (Max Stafford Clark)
and FAITH HEALER (Joe Dowling).




                                        Johanna Town continued
OUT OF JOINT AT THE NATIONAL THEATRE
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER & A LAUGHING MATTER – Max Stafford Clark
HINTERLAND – Max Stafford Clark

OUT OF JOINT - National & International Tours for Max Stafford Clark
DUCK (Royal Court Upstairs), SLIDING WITH SUZANNE (Royal Court Upstairs);
RITA, SUE AND BOB TOO/ A STATE AFFAIR (Soho); DRUMMERS; SOME
EXPLICIT POLAROIDS – (Ambassadors Royal Court Upstairs); OUR COUNTRY’S
GOOD (Young Vic), BLUE HEART (Traverse & Royal Court), THE POSITIVE
HOUR (Hampstead), THREE SISTERS (Lyric Hammersmith & Royal Court) and
ROAD (Royal Court).

THE ROYAL EXCHANGE THEATRE, MANCHESTER
GHOSTS (Greg Hersov), THE MISFITS (Greg Hersov), RICHARD II (James
Macdonald) and THE LODGER (Richard Wilson).

LIVERPOOL PLAYHOUSE
BRASSED OFF (& Birmingham Rep, Neil Birche), POPCORN, LES LIAISON
DANGEREUSES and THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD ( all Robert
Delamere), SHADOW OF A GUNMAN (Eric Standridge), CRIMES OF THE
HEART (Kate Rowland), MACBETH and A TASTE OF HONEY (Ian Kellgren),
MADAME MAO (Peter Oyston), THE BEAUX STRATAGEM (Tal Rubins).

GATE THEATRE, NOTTING HILL
THE MADMAN OF THE BALCONIES (Hettie Macdonald), THE CRACKWALKER
(James Macdonald), THE TELEVISION PROGRAMME (Kim Dambeck).

HER MANY OTHER THEATRE CREDITS include
JUSTIFYING WAR (Tricycle Theatre, Nicolas Kent), A MODERN DANCE FOR
BEGINNERS (Soho Theatre, Jonathon Lloyd), AFORE NIGHT COMES (Theatr
Clwyd, Dominic Cooke), SOLDIERS (The Co-Producers, Eric Standridge),
CHARLEY’S AUNT (Palace Theatre Watford, Tim Luscombe), DISAPPEARED
(Haymarket Theatre Leicester, Phyllis Nagy), CELESTINA (Actors Touring Co, Nick
Philippou), SALVATION (London Gay Theatre Co, Tim Luscombe), THE SNOW
ORCHID (London Gay Theatre Co, Tim Luscombe), SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER
(Kent Opera, Hettie Macdonald), THE CHEESE SHOP (Pleasance Edinburgh, Maggie
Norris), THE KNOCKY (Liverpool Everyman, Robert Delamere).

OPERA CREDITS INCLUDE:
TOBIAS AND THE ANGEL - Almeida Opera Festival, Kate Brown
THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO and OTTELLO - Nice Opera House, William Relton

MUSIC THEATRE, LONDON
DIE FLEDERMAUS , LA BOHEME (& Amsterdam) - both Tony Britten and LA
TRAVIATA, THE MAGIC FLUTE and THE POISONED CHALICE (all Nick
Broadhurst).

OPERA 80
THE MERRY WIDOW and EUGENE ONEGIN (Wilfred Judd), THE MARRIAGE
OF FIGARO (Stephen Unwin),THE ABDUCTION FROM SERAGLIO (Michael
McCarthy).

             For further information please call CLARE VIDAL-HALL
                   on 020 - 8741 7647 or info@clarevidalhall.com
*Examples of her work can be found on our website: www.clarevidalhall.com

				
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