Schools of the Stars: Where the 2015 Tony Nominees Went to College: The Designers

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Where the 2015 Tony-nominated designers pursued their college studies.
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What does it take to get nominated for a Tony Award? Hard work, talent, luck—all backed up by a good education. You have to supply the first three yourself, but PlaybillEDU™ can help you find the fourth.

Here is a rundown on where the nominees for the 2015 Tony Awards in design categories pursued their college studies. Visit PlaybillEDU.com to learn how you can follow in their footsteps. Individual school listings on the site are linked below.

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Nominated Scenic Designers for a Musical
 "An American in Paris" - Bob Crowley and 59 Productions: Bristol Old Vic Theatre School
"On the Twentieth Century" - David Rockwell: Syracuse University
"The King and I" - Michael Yeargan: Yale University
"Fun Home" - David Zinn: New York University

Nominated Scenic Designers for a Play

"The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" - Bunny Christie: University of the Arts and Finn Ross: London and Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London
"Skylight" - Bob Crowley: Bristol Old Vic Theatre School
"Wolf Hall Parts One & Two" - Christopher Oram:
"You Can’t Take It with You" - David Rockwell: Syracuse University

Nominated Costume Designers for a Play

"The Audience" - Bob Crowley: Bristol Old Vic Theatre School
"You Can’t Take It with You" - Jane Greenwood: Liverpool Art School and the Central School of Arts and Crafts
"Wolf Hall Parts One & Two" - Christopher Oram:
"Airline Highway" - David Zinn: New York University

Nominated Costume Designers for a Musical

"Something Rotten!" - Gregg Barnes: San Diego State University and New York University
"An American in Paris" - Bob Crowley: Bristol Old Vic Theatre School
"On the Twentieth Century" - William Ivey Long: College of William & Mary & Yale School of Drama
"The King and I" - Catherine Zuber: Yale School of Drama

Nominated Lighting Designers for a Play

"The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" - Paule Constable: Goldsmiths’ College London
"Wolf Hall Parts One & Two" - Paule Constable: Goldsmiths’ College London and David Plater:
"Skylight" - Natasha Katz: Oberlin College
"Airline Highway" - Japhy Weideman: University of New Mexico

Nominated Lighting Designers for a Musical


"The King and I" - Donald Holder: University of Maine - Orono and Yale School of Drama
"An American in Paris" - Natasha Katz: Oberlin College
"Fun Home" - Ben Stanton: University of Massachusetts, Amherst
"The Visit" - Japhy Weideman: University of New Mexico

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