Lighting Designer(United States)
The Little Prince. Previously: Sweeney Todd (2015); The Little Prince (2004, 2003).
About the Artist:
Rick Fisher made his HGO debut in 2003 designing lighting for the world premiere of The Little Prince; his work has also been seen at HGO in last season’s Sweeney Todd. He has won two Olivier Awards for best lighting design and two Tony Awards: for An Inspector Calls and Billy Elliot the Musical. His work in opera includes The Daughter of the Regiment, Rigoletto, Salome, the world premiere of Theo Morrison’s Oscar, La Grande-Duchesse de Gérolstein, The Pearl Fishers, La bohème, The Last Savage, Wozzeck, Albert Herring, Billy Budd, Madame Butterfly, and Peter Grimes (Santa Fe Opera); Falstaff and Salome (Japan); Porgy and Bess (Regent’s Park, London); Falstaff and Albert Herring (Los Angeles Opera); The Abduction from the Seraglio and Maometto (Garsington Opera); Radamisto and Turandot (English National Opera); The Tsarina’s Slippers and Wozzeck (Royal Opera, Covent Garden); and The Fiery Angel and Turandot (Bolshoi Opera). Work in theater includes The Audience (Broadway and London); Peter Pan (Regent’s Park, London); The Merchant of Venice (Almeida, London); Billy Elliot the Musical (the Netherlands, alsoLondon, Australia, Broadway); The King and I and Sweeney Todd (Théâtre du Châtelet); Galileo (Royal Shakespeare Company/Birmingham); An Inspector Calls (London, Broadway); Jerry Springer the Opera (National Theatre and West End); and Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake.