SET AND COSTUME DESIGNER
Bunny Christie is a London-based, international award-winning production designer. Her designs were seen previously at HGO in the 2009 world premiere of André Previn’s Brief Encounter and in Tosca in 2010 and 2015. Other opera work includes Tosca for LA Opera and Medea for English National Opera and Geneva Grand Opera. She designed the set and costumes for Company (West End and Broadway), winning her fourth Olivier and second Tony Award, both for Best Set Design. Other theater work includes Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time (National Theatre, West End, and Broadway; Olivier and Tony Awards for Best Set Design); People Places and Things (National Theatre, West End, New York, and touring); The White Guard and A Streetcar Named Desire (National Theatre, Olivier Awards for both); The Wild Duck and Ink (Almedia, also West End and New York, Evening Standard Best Design Award and Tony Award nomination); and the all-female Henry IV and Julius Caesar (Donmar Warehouse and St. Ann’s Warehouse, New York). Christie was awarded an OBE for services to the U.K. theater industry and an Honorary Doctor of Letters from St. Andrews University.