Hushabye Mountain


Hushabye Mountain

Andy Phillips

Andy served as resident Lighting Designer at the Royal Court from 1965 to 1972, where he designed over 80 consecutive productions, most of them world premières. Since then, he has worked extensively around the world.

Theatre and Opera includes: Honeymoon Suite for ETT; Equus, Iceman Cometh, Golden Boy, Glengarry Glenross, and Galileo at RNT; Equus and M. Butterfly on Broadway; California Dog Fight and Rat in the Skull off Broadway; New England, A Patriot For Me and Son of Man for RSC; Voysey Inheritance and Armstrong’s Last Goodnight at the Edinburgh Festival; Waiting for Godot for First Druid Company in Galway; Whistle in the Dark at Abbey Theatre, Dublin; Forza Del Destino at the Paris Opera; Julius Caesar and Creon at Leicester (and on tour in India); A Street Car Named Desire and Sweeney Todd in Newcastle; Losing Time in Hamburg; Henceforward in Berlin; Job for San Francisco Ballet; A Month in the Country at Albery Theatre; The Barber of Seville and Way Up Stream at Crucible Theatre, Sheffield; Uncle Vanya at Chichester Festival Theatre  and Albery Theatre; In The Company of Men for RSC at Pit Theatre; Victory and Armstrong’s Last Goodnight at Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh; Much Ado About Nothing, Juno and the Paycock, Mother Courage and Her Children, Guys and Dolls, Glengarry Glenross, Comedy of Errors and The Arbor at Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. He recently designed The Playboy of the Western World in Stockholm

Andy has received two TONY nominations for the Broadway productions of Equus (1974) and M. Butterfly (1989).

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