His theme and score for the ITV USA television series, The Interrogators, can be heard on the Biography Channel. Ms. Taymor's awards include a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship, a Guggenheim Fellowship, an Emmy for her film of Oedipus Rex, Obie Awards for Visual Magic and for Juan Darin, the Brandeis Creative Arts Award, the Dorothy Chandler Performing Arts Award and the International Classical Music Award for Best Opera Production (Oedipus Rex). Zaloom started out with the renowned avant-garde puppet company, the Bread and Puppet Theater, in Vermont and has worked with this seminal company since he was 19. He has received an Obie, a Drama Desk Award, five UNIMA Awards, two Bessie Awards, a New York Innovative Theatre Award, a Henry Hewes Award, a Guggenheim, a USA Artists fellowship and was most recently awarded a Doris Duke Performing Artist Award. Productions for LCT, MTC, NYSF, Playwright's and Encores. For Robert Wilson she designed lighting for productions spanning 13 years, including in America, Einstein on the Beach and the CIVIL warS part V. Dance: works for Trisha Brown, Martha Graham and Merce Cunningham. He also designed David Mamet's Speed the Plow, Les Liaisons Dangereuses starring Laura Linney and Ben Daniels (Tony nomination,Best Scenic Design of a Play) , 9 to 5 (Backstage Garland Award, Broadway World Theater Fan's Choice Award), Impressionism, David Mamet's November with Nathan Lane, Dylan Baker, and Laurie Metcalf, Cry Baby the musical, Terrence McNally's The Ritz, Martin McDonagh's The Lieutenant of Inishmore, David Hare's The Vertical Hour, starring Julianne Moore and Bill Nighy, Richard Greenberg's Take Me Out (Tony Award, Best Play), Nine, starring Antonio Banderas, Chita Rivera, Jane Krakowski, and Mary Stuart Masterson (Tony award, Best Musical Revival), Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me, Sweet Charity with Christina Applegate, Kiki and Herb: Alive on Broadway, La Cage Aux Folles (2005 Tony award, Best revival) , Little Shop of Horrors, The Wedding Singer, Michel LeGrand's Amour, and Urinetown. Ward award. His work has been seen at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, BAM, Arena Stage, A.R.T. Off-Broadway: Evil Dead The Musical, Bunny Bunny, The Wild Party, Jitney (also in London), Wonder of the World, Jar the Floor, Machinal and Blue Man Group (NYC, Boston, Chicago, Las Vegas). Works across boundaries as a director, designer, visual artist and performer. Her design for Love Unpunished (Pig Iron) was exhibited in the 2011 Prague Quadrennial, and her sculptures were featured in the exhibition, LANDSCAPES OF QUARANTINE, at the Storefront for Art and Architecture. As an architectural consultant, Mr. Lee designed theatres for Joseph Papp's Public Theatre and the State University of New York at Purchase. Other: Fte des Vignerons, 1999 Vevey, Switzerland.
A native of San Francisco, Basil Twist is a third generation puppeteer now living in New York. He has worked with many leading American dance companies, including Martha Graham, American Ballet Theatre, Joffrey Ballet, Eliot Feld Ballet, Jose Limon and Pacific Northwest Ballet. A Lighting Designer and Teacher of Lighting Design, Hughes has a BA from Catholic University and a MFA from New York University. Upon returning to the United States, Lee acted on Broadway, off-Broadway, in regional theaters and with the Open Theatre.
He has also designed for such artists as Mick Jagger, Siegfried and Roy, the Pointer Sisters, Joan Rivers, and for choreographers Paul Taylor, Twyla Tharp, Peter Martins, David Parsons and Susan Stroman. In 2009, the Theater Development Fund rewarded Clint Ramos the Irene Sharaff Young Master Award, recognizing highly skilled early-career designers. Recently designed Anna in the Tropics and Ainadamar composed by Osvaldo Golijov at Tanglewood; Les Troyens at the Metropolitan Opera; Aladdin for Disneyland's Hyperion Theatre; Steve Reich's Three Tales at the Vienna Festival and international tour; Orphan of Chao at Lincoln Center Festival; The Oresteia at Berkeley Rep; Kit Marlowe, The Winter's Tale, Civil Sex and Pericles at the Public; Texts for Nothing directed by and featuring Bill Irwin at CSC; Geography-Tree by Ralph Lemon at BAM; Red at MTC; Mere Mortals and Others at John Houseman Theatre; and The Universe by Richard Foreman at the Ontological Hysterics.
She is also a member of the Boards of the Municipal Arts Society and The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. He was the recipient of the Morrison Award (1992), the UNC Chapel Hill Playmakers Award (1994), the National Theatre Conference "Person of the Year" award (2000), the Order of the Long Leaf Pine (2001), the Distinguished Career Award from the Southeastern Theatre Conference (2002), the Raleigh Medal of Arts (2010), and the 2004 North Carolina Award presented by Governor Easley. He has designed plays for the leading regional theatres of the United States, and the Royal Dramatic Theatre of Sweden. Regional: Guthrie, Goodman, La Jolla, Seattle Rep, Long Wharf among others. Broadway includes Collected Stories at MTC, The Addams Family, Impressionism, Hedda Gabler, The Little Mermaid, The Coast of Utopia: Salvage (Tony), A Chorus Line revival, Spelling Bee, Tarzan, Aida (Tony), Sweet Smell of Success, Twelfth Night, Dance of Death, Beauty and the Beast, The Capeman, Gypsy. He helped found regional theatres (the Mark Taper Forum and the Pittsburgh Public Theatre) and consulted on TV design (The Merv Griffin Show, The ABC World News with Peter Jennings). Her regional work includes M. Butterfly and On the Verge, for director Tazewell Thompson (Arena Stage) and the Gershwin musical American in Paris by Ken Ludwig for director Gregory Boyd (Alley Theatre, Houston) as well as The Tempest (Anthony Hopkins as Prospero) & Flea in Her Ear (director Tom Moore at Mark Taper Forum), many productions for the Guthrie (MN), Williamstown, and many others from Alaska to Buffalo. Other Broadway Credits include: Big Fish, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Don't Dress for Dinner, Hugh Jackman: Back on Broadway, Catch Me If You Can, Pal Joey, 9 to 5, Young Frankenstein, Curtains, Grey Gardens (Tony Award), The Producers (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards), A Streetcar Named Desire, La Cage Aux Folles, The Boy from Oz, Hairspray (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards), Cabaret, Contact (Hewes Award), The Music Man, Annie Get Your Gun, Swing, Smokey Joe's Cafe, Crazy for You (Tony, Outer Critics Circle Awards); Guys and Dolls (Drama Desk Award), A Christmas Carol, Six Degrees of Separation, Lend Me a Tenor (Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards), Nine (Tony, Drama Desk, Maharam Awards). Arnone's work has been seen at the New York Shakespeare Festival, the Guthrie, ACT, the Globe and La Jolla Playhouse as well as in productions in London, Vienna, Frankfurt, Berlin and Prague. Roth's dozens of stage credits include The Odd Couple, The Star-Spangled Girl, Purlie, Seesaw, They're Playing Our Song, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Biloxi Blues, Butley, The Vertical Hour, and Deuce. . He has appeared in Charles Ludlam's Medea, The Secret Lives of the Sexists, Salammbo, Galas, The Artificial Jungle and the original production of The Mystery of Irma Vep (Obie and Drama Desk Award). TV and Commercials: Regis and Kelly, National Visa TV Commercial 2002 Imagination, Coca Cola Productions National Commercial, Tony Awards 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005 (Erin Dilley and Jan Maxwell), 2006, CBS, Good Morning America, NBC Today Show, The Rosie Show, Queen Latifah Show, WBTV, Entertainment Tonight with Delta Burke, Drama Desk and Tony Awards with Patti LuPone. Robbins costumes for the Irving Berlin musical White Christmas have played major cities in the USA, Broadway, & Great Britain. Film credits: The Mirror Has Two Faces, The First Wives Club, Addams Family Values, Moonstruck, Network, The Rose and The Great Gatsby (Academy Award). Clint Ramos also helped found Knife Inc., a collective of visual, audio, technological, and theater artists who seek a modern, international language of art. Opera and dance: ABT, Tribute to George Harrison; Canadian Opera Company; New York City Opera; Glimmerglass Opera; Houston Grand Opera; L.A. Opera. Her show, "The Nature of Things," recently opened at the Family Wash Gallery in East Nashville. Film: A Little Night Music (1977, Academy Award nomination). He has designed sets for opera companies including the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, Lyric Opera of Chicago and San Francisco Opera. Other work includes operas: the Metropolitan, Swedish Royal, Vienna State, Royal Opera Covent Garden. His collaborations as a company member of Rude Mechs in Austin, Texas have offered equally invigorating opportunities to create new work through contemporary eyes, in addition to sweeping adaptations of such literary works as Greil Marcus look at the history of counter culture, Lipstick Traces, and James Kelmans book, How Late It Was How Late.. During 2000 there were three exhibits in New York City featuring creations designed by Ralph Lee for Mettawee productions.
Early in his career he was involved with The American Place Theater and had a long standing relationship with The Ensemble Studio Theater. Her awards and nominations incl. He just completed designing and directing 3-Legged Dog's hit multi-media performance/installation of Chuck Mee's Fire Island which ran to sold out houses and rave reviews in the spring of 2008 and which was also nomintated for a Hewes Award. ), Passing Strange, Take Me Out. Granular Synthesis.
And after all that his proudest achievement is being married to his beautiful wife, Jody, for 24 years and of his two wonderful children, Francesca and Nicholas. Starting with Zomboid (2006) Foreman's Ontological-Hysteric productions have incorporated the projection of video footage generated through Bridge workshops as a kind of "film-score" that the live performance is conducted in a relation to. He serves as Production Designer for North Carolina's oldest running seasonal outdoor drama, The Lost Colony, which was the 2013 recipient of the Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre. Ximerius, steam has disabled my account with download support My automatic mod version control system has stopped working. He wrote and directed the feature film, Strong Medicine.
She works with such well-known directors as Joe Mantello, James Lapine, Michael Mayer, Walter Bobbie, Robert Falls, Tony Kushner, Robert Woodruff, JoAnne Akalaitis, the late Garland Wright, James MacDonald, Bart Sher, Mark Lamos, Frank Galati, Des McAnuff, Christopher Ashley, Emily Mann, David Jones, Marion McClinton, Neil Pepe, Rebecca Taichman, Gregory Boyd, Laurie Anderson, Doug Wright, Carole Rothman, Oskar Eustis, Garry Hynes, Richard Nelson and Athol Fugard (the South African writer with whom she works as set and costume designer and often as co-director since 1980). The same year, Boris Aronson was awarded for his Chagall-inspired set design invoking the Russian-Jewish modernists fantasy folk imagery. 15 Tony Award nominations, Irene Sharaff Award, Lucille Lortel Award, Helen Hayes Award (Washington) and The Lilly Award. Hewes was the first New York theatric critic to regularly review new plays on Broadway, and off-Broadway with equal emphasis. He will make his Metropolitan Opera debut with Jack O'Brien?s 2007 production of Il Trittico. Internationally, his work with the MMDG and with the Squat Theatre has been seen at the Edinburgh, Vienna, Zurich, Theatre de Welt, Hong Kong, and Adelaide Festivals, and he has designed productions on London's West End and at the Theatre de Carouge in Geneva. the effect is unbelievably intense.". Regional theater: Betrayal, Private Lives (The Huntington) M Butterfly the Guthrie Theatre, and productions for Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, Long Wharf, Steppenwolf, Goodman Theatre, Yale Repand Baltimores Center Stage.