Miriam Beuther

 

Miriam Buether was the overall winner of The Linbury Prize for Stage Design in 1999. In 2008 she won the Hospital Club Creative Award for Theatre. Miriam trained in theatre design at Central Saint Martin’s and in costume design at the Akademie für Kostüm Design, Hamburg.
 
Design credits for theatre include: Earthquakes in London (National Theatre; Olivier and Evening Standard Award Nominations); Sucker Punch (Royal Court; Evening Standard Award); Judgement Day (Almeida; Evening Standard Award Nomination); In the Red and Brown Water (Young Vic; Evening Standard Award Nomination); The Wonderful World of Dissocia (Critics Award for Theatre in Scotland).
 
Design credits for dance include: Body of Poetry (Komische Oper Berlin); Frame of View (Didy Veldman in NY); Hartstocht (Introdans, Neatherland); Possibly Six, Tenderhooks (Canadian National Ballet); Cinderella (Goteborg Opera). 
 
Set design credits for opera include: Anna Nicole (ROH); Turandot (ENO); The Death of Klinghoffer (Scottish National Opera), and Trittico/ Suor Angelica (ROH).
 


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