Tim Hatley has won the 2002 Tony Award for Best Scenic Design. A list of all the nominees follows:
BEST SCENIC DESIGN :
John Lee Beatty, Morning's at Seven
Lincoln Center Theater: A Delicate Balance, The Heiress, Substance of Fire, Ivanov, The Little Foxes, An American Daughter, The Sisters Rosensweig. Broadway: Proof, 45 Seconds From Broadway, Major Barbara, Chicago, The Dinner Party, Footloose, The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Burn This, Ain't Misbehavin', Talley's Folly, Fifth of July, Crimes of the Heart, Baby. Awards: Tony, Obie, Drama Desk, Outer Critics.
Tim Hatley, Private Lives
Won 2002 Olivier Award for Best Set Design for Private Lives and Humble Boy. Stage: The Crucible (B'way); Stanley (Olivier Award), Vincent in Brixton, Hamlet, Out of a House, Flight, Sleep With Me, Darker Face of the Earth (1999 Evening Standard Award with Suddenly Last Summer) all for the RNT; Richard III, Goodnight Children, (RSC); Another Country, The 3 Lives of Lucie Cabrol, HMS Pinafore in the West End.
Daniel Ostling, Metamorphoses
Other works with Mary Zimmerman include Measure for Measure, The Odyssey, Eleven Rooms of Proust, and Arabian Nights. Regional theatre: Pacific Overtures, Suor Angelica, Gianna Schicchi, Enter the Guardsman, Closer. Dan is an artistic associate of Lookingglass Theatre Company where he recently designed an adaptation of Dickens' Hard Times. Upcoming: a new Philip Glass opera about Galileo, directed by Zimmerman. Douglas W. Schmidt, Into the Woods
Mr. Schmidt's work has been seen extensively on Broadway (Grease, Damn Yankees, They're Playing Our Song), Off-B'way (NYSF's Threepenny Opera), in regional theatres, American and international opera houses (Aida with Luciano Pavarotti), arenas, theme parks (Universal Studios), and on TV (PBS) and film (The Fantasticks) in well over 200 productions in the past 40 years Last season, he was nominated for a Tony Award for his work on the revival of 42nd Street.