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Tony Award for Best Lighting Design

Tony Award for Best Lighting Design
68th Tony Awards
Awarded for Excellence in Broadway theatre, lighting design
Country United States
Presented by American Theatre Wing and The Broadway League
First awarded 1970
Official website .comtonyawards

This is a list of the winners of the Tony Award for Best Lighting Design in a play or musical, first presented in 1970. In 2005 the category was divided with each genre represented separately.

Contents

  • Recipients 1
  • Notes 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Recipients

Year Lighting
Designer
Work Nominees References
1970 Mielziner, JoJo Mielziner Child's Play [1] [2]
1971 Poindexter, R.H.R.H. Poindexter Paul Sill's Story Theatre [3]
1972 Musser, TharonTharon Musser Follies
1973 Fisher, JulesJules Fisher Pippin
1974 Fisher, JulesJules Fisher Ulysses in Nighttown
1975 Jampolis, Neil PeterNeil Peter Jampolis Sherlock Holmes
1976 Musser, TharonTharon Musser A Chorus Line
1977 Tipton, JenniferJennifer Tipton The Cherry Orchard
1978 Fisher, JulesJules Fisher Dancin'
1979 Morgan , RogerRoger Morgan The Crucifer of Blood
1980 Hersey, DavidDavid Hersey Evita
1981 Bury , JohnJohn Bury Amadeus
1982 Musser, TharonTharon Musser Dreamgirls
1983 Hersey, DavidDavid Hersey Cats
1984 Nelson , RichardRichard Nelson Sunday in the Park with George
1985 Riddell, RichardRichard Riddell Big River
1986 Collins , PatPat Collins I'm Not Rappaport
1987 Hersey, DavidDavid Hersey Les Misérables
1988 Bridge , AndrewAndrew Bridge The Phantom of the Opera
1989 Tipton, JenniferJennifer Tipton Jerome Robbins' Broadway
1990 Fisher, JulesJules Fisher Grand Hotel
1991 Fisher, JulesJules Fisher The Will Rogers Follies
1992 Fisher, JulesJules Fisher Jelly's Last Jam
1993 Parry , ChrisChris Parry The Who's Tommy
1994 Fisher, RickRick Fisher An Inspector Calls
1995 Bridge , AndrewAndrew Bridge Sunset Boulevard
1996 Jules Fisher
and Peggy Eisenhauer
Bring in 'da Noise/Bring in 'da Funk
1997 Billington, KenKen Billington Chicago
1998 Holder, DonaldDonald Holder The Lion King
1999 Bridge , AndrewAndrew Bridge Fosse [4]
2000 Katz, NatashaNatasha Katz Aida
2001 Kaczorowski, PeterPeter Kaczorowski The Producers
2002 MacDevitt, BrianBrian MacDevitt Into the Woods
2003 Levings, NigelNigel Levings La bohème
2004 Jules Fisher
and Peggy Eisenhauer
Assassins
2005
(Play)
MacDevitt, BrianBrian MacDevitt The Pillowman
2005
(Musical)
Akerlind, ChristopherChristopher Akerlind The Light in the Piazza
2006
(Play)
Henderson , MarkMark Henderson The History Boys
2006
(Musical)
Binkley, HowellHowell Binkley Jersey Boys
2007
(Play)
Brian MacDevitt, Kenneth Posner and Natasha Katz The Coast of Utopia
2007
(Musical)
Adams, KevinKevin Adams Spring Awakening
2008
(Play)
Adams, KevinKevin Adams The 39 Steps
2008
(Musical)
Holder, DonaldDonald Holder South Pacific
2009
(Play)
MacDevitt, BrianBrian MacDevitt Joe Turner's Come and Gone
2009
(Musical)
Fisher, RickRick Fisher Billy Elliot the Musical
2010
(Play)
Austin, NeilNeil Austin Red
2010
(Musical)
Adams, KevinKevin Adams American Idiot
2011
(Play)
Constable, PaulePaule Constable War Horse
2011
(Musical)
MacDevitt, BrianBrian MacDevitt The Book of Mormon
2012
(Play)
Croiter, JeffJeff Croiter Peter and the Starcatcher
2012
(Musical)
Katz, NatashaNatasha Katz Once
2013
(Play)
Jules Fisher
and Peggy Eisenhauer
Lucky Guy [5]
2013
(Musical)
Vanstone, HughHugh Vanstone Matilda the Musical [5]
2014
(Play)
Katz, NatashaNatasha Katz The Glass Menagerie [6]
2014
(Musical)
Adams, KevinKevin Adams Hedwig and the Angry Inch [6]

Notes

  1. ^ A combination of Part 1 and Part 2

References

  1. ^ Pesner, Ben (11 June 2014). "The Tony Awards® – Category by Category". Tony Award Productions. Retrieved 29 August 2014. 
  2. ^ Gussow, Mel (11 December 1998). "'"Robert Marasco, 62, Writer of 'Child's Play. The New York Times. Retrieved 8 September 2014. 
  3. ^ "Candidates Chosen for 19 Tony Award". The New York Times (New York City, New York). 17 March 1971. Retrieved 30 September 2014. 
  4. ^ Lefkowitz, David; Simonson, Robert (7 June 1999). WIN TOP TONYS"SIDE MAN & SALESMAN, ANNIE, FOSSE". Playbill, Inc. Retrieved 1 September 2014. 
  5. ^ a b Purcell, Carey (9 June 2013). Are Big Winners at 67th Annual Tony Awards"Virginia Woolf? and Pippin, Vanya and Sonia, Kinky Boots". Playbill, Inc. Retrieved 1 September 2014. 
  6. ^ a b "2014 Tony Award nominees and winners". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 8 June 2014. Retrieved 29 August 2014. 

External links

  • Tony Awards Official site
  • Tony Awards at Internet Broadway database Listing
  • Tony Awards at broadwayworld.com
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