John-Paul Percox served as associate lighting designer for this production of Don Giovanni for HGO in 2019. He worked at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden for 25 years before becoming a freelance lighting associate in 2019. In addition to designing lighting for over 200 productions and 1,500 performances at the Royal Opera House, he also has worked abroad for the Royal Opera and the Royal Ballet at venues including the Beijing National Centre for the Performing Arts and Tel Aviv Performing Arts Centre. Percox has lit productions at theaters including Sadler’s Wells Theatre and the Britten Theatre (Royal College of Music) and has collaborated with internationally renowned lighting designers including Giuseppe Di Iorio (Morgen und Abend), Mimi Jordan Sherin (Anna Nicole), Lucy Carter (Obsidian Tear, Chroma, Infra, Yugen, Les Noces de Figaro), and Paule Constable (The Magic Flute). Since going freelance Percox has at worked at venues including Opéra National Bordeaux; Oslo Opera House; Teatr Wielki Warsaw; Czech National Theatre in Prague; Hungarian State Opera’s Eiffel Arts Studio; Ballet Dortmund; Latvian National Ballet in Riga; Lithuanian National Ballet in Vilnius; Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona; and Palais Garnier in Paris.
Associate Lighting Designer:
DON GIOVANNI 2018-19