Katrina Lindsay

Katrina Lindsay is a designer who works in theatre, dance, opera and television. She won a Tony, Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk Awards for her costume designs on Broadway in 2008. Her work covers both sets and costumes.

For the National Theatre: The Magistrate, London Road (Cottesloe and Olivier, set and costumes), Earthquakes in London (costumes), Death and the King’s Horseman (set and costumes), and Market Boy (set).

Recent designs include: Cabaret in the West End and UK tour; Onassis in the West End and Chichester; Les Liaisons Dangereuses (costumes) on Broadway; The Most Incredible Thing (set and costumes) at Sadler’s Wells; Eugene Onegin (costume) for the ROH; The Damnation of Faust and Turandot (costumes for both) for ENO; Die tote Stadt (costumes) for Finnish National Opera; For the RSC: The Heresy of Love, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Morte D’Arthur (set and costumes), Love’s Labour’s Lost (costumes), Romeo and Juliet, The Comedy of Errors, House of Desires (set and costumes); and Eternal Damnation to Sancho and Sanchez, Cattlecall and Blue Roses at Sadler’s Wells.

Other designs include: Macbeth at Shakespeare’s Globe; Cattlecall on tour; Blood Wedding and ID at the Almeida; and Sleeping Beauty at the Young Vic, Barbican and Broadway. For Channel 4: Picasso: The Power of Genius (art direction of promotional animation for the documentary series), Fugee Girl (costume design) and six-part series Metrosexuality (production designer).

She also worked alongside designer Es Devlin, re-designing the set for Mika on his Imaginarium tour for arenas all over Europe.

In 2005 she was awarded an Arts Foundation Fellowship in Costume, and in 2009 was asked to be a judge for the prestigious Linbury Prize for Theatre Design.

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