Nominees for Best Scenic Design

Tony Awards   Nominees for Best Scenic Design
 
Bob Crowley, The Capeman
Mr. Crowley won a Tony Award for scenic design for Carousel and received two Tony nominations for his scenic and costume designs for Les Liaisons Dangereuses. He has designed over 25 productions for the RSC and 15 productions for the Royal National Theatre. Mr. Crowley's designs have also enhanced many operas and ballets.

Bob Crowley, The Capeman
Mr. Crowley won a Tony Award for scenic design for Carousel and received two Tony nominations for his scenic and costume designs for Les Liaisons Dangereuses. He has designed over 25 productions for the RSC and 15 productions for the Royal National Theatre. Mr. Crowley's designs have also enhanced many operas and ballets. Richard Hudson, The Lion King
Mr. Hudson has designed sets and costumes for opera and theatre companies all over the world including the Royal National Theatre, the RSC, the Old Vic, Royal Opera House Covent Garden, Staatsoper (Vienna), Glyndebourne Festival Opera, English National Opera and Chicago's Lyric Opera and Goodman Theatre. Mr. Hudson has received many awards for his designs.

Eugene Lee, Ragtime
Mr. Lee won Tony Awards for Candide and Sweeney Todd. He won the 1995 Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Show Boat. His other NY credits include Agnes of God (Broadway), various Off-Broadway productions such as The Normal Heart and four films. Mr. Lee is the production designer for "Saturday Night Live."

Quay Brothers, The Chairs
Quay Brothers have designed such theatre, opera and ballet productions as A Flea in Her Ear (the Old Vic), Jonathan Miller's A Midsummer Night's Dream (Almeida), Love for Three Oranges (Opera North/ENO) and Cupid and Psyche (Royal Danish Ballet). Quay Brothers have produced puppet animation for documentaries, interludes, commercials and films.

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