Company and Death of a Salesman lighting designers nominated for Knight of Illumination Awards 2019
Lighting designers who worked on productions including the musical Company and the Young Vic’s Death of a Salesman have been nominated for this year’s Knight of Illumination Awards.
The awards are dedicated to celebrating British and international lighting and video designers.
Judges including critics Neil Fisher, George Hall, Michael Billington, Louise Levene and Zoe Anderson selected the nominees, alongside The Stage lead critic Tim Bano.
The winners will be announced on September 15.
Knight of Illumination Awards 2019 – nominees in full:
PRG Award for projection design
ADB Award for plays
• Jessica Hung Han Yun for Equus, English Touring Theatre & Theatre Royal Stratford East
• Aideen Malone for Death of a Salesman, Young Vic
• Tom Visser for Europe, Donmar Warehouse
Robert Juliat Award for opera
ETC Award for dance
Hawthorn Award for musicals
• Neil Austin for Company, Gielgud Theatre
• Sherry Coenen for Operation Mincemeat, New Diorama
• Jamie Platt for Mythic, Charing Cross Theatre
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