Tony Nominees: Best Lighting Design


18 May 1997

NOMINEES:
Best Lighting Design



NOMINEES:
Best Lighting Design

Ken Billington, Chicago
Mr. Billington has received five Tony nominations for the more than 70 Broadway productions he has designed. His work has been seen in the Radio City Music Hall Christmas and Easter Spectaculars. He has won two L.A.Drama Critics Awards and an ACE A
ward for his television lighting. This season Mr. Billington has also designed Candide, Dream and Annie.

Beverly Emmons, Jekyll &Hyde
Ms. Emmons won a Tony Award for Amadeus and has received six Tony nominations. Some of her Broadway credits are
The Heiress, Passion, Abe Lincoln in Illinois, The Elephant Man, among others. She has designed lighting for two Robert Wilson productions and various dance companies. She won an Obie Award in 1980 for Distingushed Lighting.

Donald Holder, Juan Darien
Mr. Holder has designed the lighting for over 13 Broadway and Off-Broadway productions including
Hughie, Eastern Standard, After-Play and Jeffrey. His lighting designs have been seen at such regional theatres as Long Wharf, American Repertory Theatre, Seattle Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, Hartford Stage and Dallas Theatre Center.

Richard Pilbrow,
The Life
Mr. Pilbrow received a Tony nomination in 1992 for
Four Baboons Adoring the Sun. In 1995 he won Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Show Boat. Some recent credits are Off-Broadway's Moonlight and the national tour of
Busker Alley. Mr. Pilbrow's designs have graced many productions at London's Royal National Theatre.