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Kevin Treacy lights Hedda
Platform Theatre
www.platform-theatre.com



Leslie Travers & Thomas C Hase design and light
The Marriage of Figaro at Lyric Opera of Kansas
www.kcopera.org

Marcus Doshi
lights and designs Party People at the Public Theatre, directed by Liesl Tommy
www.publictheater.org

Louis Price designs video for What Shadows and
Looking for John at Birmingham Rep
www.birmingham-rep.co.uk

Kevin Treacy lights Macbeth at WNO, then touring, directed by Oliver Mears
www.wno.org.uk

Loren Elstein designs costumes for RENT,
20th Anniversary Production directed by Bruce Guthrie
at Theatr Clwyd, opens 21 October then touring.
www.theatrclwyd.com

Leslie Travers & Thomas C Hase design and light
Billy Budd at Opera North, opening 18th October,
then touring.
www.operanorth.co.uk

Pecan Summer by Short Black Opera, directed by
Cameron Menzies, at Sydney Opera House will be broadcast on NITV 4 February 2017   

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Vanessa, Wexford Opera
'one of the best-staged productions in the history of this Irish festival'

'this magnificent, soaring Vanessa deserves a wider audience'
*****The Telegraph


What Shadows, Birmingham Rep

’…What Shadows is the most provocative theatrical act of the decade’
**** Telegraph

The Marriage of Figaro, Lyric Opera of Kansas
Major kudos go to Leslie Travers, whose richly detailed, character-defining costume designs were sumptuous, his regal set design crafty and versatile.’
Kansas City Star

‘This set, both simple and complex at the same time, becomes as important as the characters on stage themselves. Without any spoilers, it's safe to say the transformations are mesmerizing.’
KC Metropolis

‘The technical aspects of the production are also noteworthy: Leslie Travers’ set design is creative and flexible, moving from one scene to another with minimal fuss…. This reviewer particularly liked Thomas C. Hase’s lighting design, particularly the opening of Act II, when we see the Countess, lamenting her unhappy relationship with the count, framed (caged, really) by the shadow of her marriage bed. Rather neat touch, that. All in all, it must be said that the season is off to a very strong start.’
KC Stage



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