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Tony Awards 2000 TONY AWARD WINNER: Best Lighting Design - Aida The 1999-2000 Tony Award for Best Lighting Design has gone to Natasha Katz (Aida).

The 1999-2000 Tony Award for Best Lighting Design has gone to Natasha Katz (Aida).



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Here are the category nominees and some biographical information about them:

Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer, The Wild Party
Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer, Marie Christine
Competing against themselves this year, the seven time Tony-winning team of Fisher and Eisenhauer are honored again for working with George C. Wolfe, who helped them on to a Tony and Drama Desk win with Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk. Other credits with Wolfe include Angels in America, Jelly's Last Jam and Twilight Los Angeles: 1992. Ragtime and Cabaret both netted Eisenhauer Tony nominations (she and Mike Baldassari designed Cabaret), but not wins. The only lighting designers up for Tonys this year who got in on the millennial craze, Fisher and Eisenhauer lit the New Year's Eve 2000 ball drop in Times Square. Peter Kaczorowski, Kiss Me, Kate
Opera and theatre lighting designer Kaczorowski had four shows on Broadway this season: Kate, The Music Man, Contact and The Rainmaker. Other Broadway credits include Ah Wilderness!, Jackie, Steel Pier ( for which he received an Outer Critics' Circle award) and She Loves Me. A Roundabout regular with 10 productions for the company, he lit their Company, Impossible Marriage and Picnic. Kaczorowski won the Outer Critics' Circle and Drama Desk Awards for Best Lighting for Contact.

Natasha Katz, Aida
Disney has been good to Katz, who received her first Tony nomination for their Beauty and the Beast (another nomination, for Lincoln Center's Twelfth Night, followed). On Broadway, she has lit Barrymore, Gypsy, Someone Who'll Watch Over Me, Aren't We All?, Shogun, Breaking the Code and Pack of Lies as well as the Las Vegas production of EFX, several operas and the television specials of John Leguizamo's Mambo Mouth and Spic-O-Rama.

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