Lighting Design on Broadway: Designers and Their Credits, 1915-1990

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Appendix 3:
The American Theatre Wing Design Awards

The American Theatre Wing Design Awards were first given in 1986. The American Theatre Wing took responsibility for this award program from the Joseph Marharam Foundation which awarded a cash stipend and citation in recognition of distinguished design on, off and off-off Broadway beginning in 1964. Award winners in lighting design are selected by members of the professional theatre. The awards are presented each fall during a seminar on theatrical design.

1986 Kevin Rigdon Ghost Stories
1987 Paul Gallo The Hunger Artist
Jennifer Tipton Worstward Ho
1988 (No Lighting Award)
1989 Jennifer Tipton: Long Day's Journey Into Night, Jerome Robbins' Broadway,
Waiting for Godot, and The Rimers of Eldrich
1990Jules Fisher: Grand Hotel

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Designers and Their Credits 3
  • Appendix 1: The Tony Awards 105
  • Appendix 2: The Maharam Awards 109
  • Appendix 3: The American Theatre Wing Design Awards 111
  • Selected Bibliography 113
  • Index of Plays 115
  • About the Author 161
  • Recent Titles in Bibliographies and Indexes in the Performing Arts 163
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