Best Costume Design
Ms. Greenwood has designed costumes for many Broadway and Off-Broadway productions, including The Heiress, Passion, The Sisters Rosensweig, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Hamlet with Richard Burton, The Garden of Earthly Delights, and Lips Together, Teeth Apart. She has received thirteen Tony Award nominations and is on the faculty of Yale School of Drama.
Roger Kirk, The King and I
Mr. Kirk's theatrical credits in Australia include designs for South Pacific, The Wizard of Oz, Aspects of Love, Anything Goes, West Side Story, Macbeth and Born Yesterday. For the opera, he has designed costumes for Iolanthe and The Pirates of Penzance for both Australia and England's D'Oyly Carte. Mr. Kirk has won the Australian Film Institute Awards for his work in the films Blood Oath and Rebel.
Allison Reeds, Buried Child
Ms. Reeds has designed costumes for The Rise and Fall of Little Voice on Broadway, for The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci for Lincoln Center's Serious Fun! Festival and for Sin at Second Stage. At Steppenwolf in Chicago, in addition to Buried Child, her credits include Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Ghost in the Machine. Ms. Reeds has designed for the Minnesota Opera, the Huntington Theatre and for a CD-Rom game for Viacom, entitled Club Dead.
Paul Tazewell, Bring In 'Da Noise, Bring In 'Da Funk
Mr. Tazewell's Off-Broadway credits include Blade to the Heat and Venus, both for the Public Theater and Playboy of the West Indies at Lincoln Center Theater. His designs have been seen in many of the top regional theatres across the country. He received the 1993 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Costume Design for The African Company Presents Richard III. Mr. Tazewell is making his Broadway debut with Bring In 'Da Noise, Bring In 'Da Funk.