Brian MacDevitt has won the 2002 Tony Award for Best Lighting Design. A list of all the nominees follows:
BEST LIGHTING DESIGN :
Paul Gallo, The Crucible
Broadway: 42nd Street, The Rocky Horror Show, Titanic, Big, Forum, Smokey Joe's Cafe, Guys and Dolls, Crazy for You, City of Angels, Anything Goes, Drood, 45 Seconds From Broadway, The Man Who Came to Dinner, Epic Proportions, Six Degrees of Separation, Lend Me a Tenor, House of Blue Leaves. Six Tony noms., six Drama Desk noms. (one win), five Outer Critics Circle Awards, two Obies and 1986 Obie for Sustained Excellence.
David Hersey, Oklahoma!
Mr. Hersey has designed the lighting for more than 250 plays, musicals, operas and ballets. His work has been seen in most corners of the globe, and his many awards include Tonys for Evita, Cats and Les Miserables and the 1996 Olivier for Lighting Design. He has designed lighting extravaganzas at the Mirage, Treasure Island and Belaggio hotels in Las Vegas. He is a past chairman of the Association of Lighting Designers.
Natasha Katz, Sweet Smell of Success
Ms. Katz is represented on Broadway by Beauty and the Beast (Tony nomination) and Aida (Tony Award) along with worldwide productions of Beauty and the Beast. Broadway: Twelfth Night (Tony nomination), Barrymore, Gypsy, Someone Who'll Watch Over Me, Shogun, Pack of Lies. She designed Die Soldatan at NY Opera; concert acts for Shirley MacLaine, Ann-Margret and Tommy Tune; and HBO's "Mambo Mouth" and "Spic-O-Rama." Brian MacDevitt, Into the Woods
NYC: Morning's at Seven, Homebody/Kabul, Urinetown, The Women, Major Barbara, 1000 Clowns, The Invention of Love (Outer Critics Award, Hewes Award), Judgment at Nuremberg, The Dinner Party, Side Show, The Diary of Anne Frank, Master Class, Love! Valour! Compassion!, True West, The Ride Down Mt. Morgan, et al. Other: Long Day's Journey Into Night, The Visit (Goodman Theater); Kimberly Akimbo (SCR). Film: Cradle Will Rock.