1999 Tony Nominee: Mark Henderson (Lighting Design, The Iceman Cometh)

Tony Awards   1999 Tony Nominee: Mark Henderson (Lighting Design, The Iceman Cometh)
 
Mark Henderson is nominated for his lighting design for The Iceman Cometh. Henderson is the lighting consultant to the Almeida Theatre and is currently Specialist Lighting Consultant for the Royal Court Theatre redevelopment. He has designed the lighting for more than 400 theatrical productions including Rowan Atkinson (West End, national and world tours), Follies, The Merchant of Venice, Carmen Jones, The Rose Tattoo, Beckett, St. Joan, Neville's Island, Indian Ink, Grease, and Passion (all West End).
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Mark Henderson is nominated for his lighting design for The Iceman Cometh. Henderson is the lighting consultant to the Almeida Theatre and is currently Specialist Lighting Consultant for the Royal Court Theatre redevelopment. He has designed the lighting for more than 400 theatrical productions including Rowan Atkinson (West End, national and world tours), Follies, The Merchant of Venice, Carmen Jones, The Rose Tattoo, Beckett, St. Joan, Neville's Island, Indian Ink, Grease, and Passion (all West End).

Productions for the Royal National include Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (also Broadway), Hamlet, Long Day's Journey Into Night, Pygmalion, Sunday in the Park with George, Racing Demon (also Lincoln Center), Sweet Bird of Youth, Les Parents Terribles (also on Broadway), A Little Night Music, and The Cripple of Inishmaan.

For the Almeida: The Rules of the Game, The Showman, No Man's Land (also West End), The Deep Blue Sea (also West End), Hamlet (also Broadway), Tartuffe, Ivanov, The Government Inspector, Naked, and, most recently, The Judas Kiss (also Broadway). He received the Laurence Olivier Award for Lighting in 1992 and 1995 and was a nominee in a 1996 Olivier Award and a 1995 Tony Award.

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