ABOUT LIZZIE CLACHAN
Lizzie is an award-winning stage designer working in theatre, opera, dance and installation. She originally trained in Fine Art at Edinburgh College of Art before studying for a Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Theatre Practice at Central School of Speech & Drama. She was a founding member of the arts collective Shunt and co-created and designed all their productions. Lizzie works both in the Uk and Internationally.
Recent theatre includes: Blindness (Donmar Warehouse, London & international tour inc. New York, Toronto, Mexico City, Dublin, Hong Kong, Amsterdam and Singapore), The Invisible Hand (Kiln Theatre, London), White Noise (Bridge Theatre, London), A Number (Bridge Theatre), Far Away (Donmar Warehouse), The Nico Project (Manchester International Festival & Melbourne Festival), Rutherford & Son (National Theatre, London), The Son (The Kiln & transfer to Duke of York's Theatre, West End), Absolute Hell (National Theatre), Ibsen Huis (Toneelgroep, Amsterdam), Life of Galileo (Young Vic, London), Three Sisters (Theatre Basel & Theatertreffen, Berlin), Yerma (Young Vic, London & The Armoury, New York & Schaubuhne, Berlin), Cyprus Avenue (Royal Court Theatre, London & Abbey Theatre, Dublin & Public Theatre, New York), The Skriker (Manchester International Festival), Carmen Disruption (Almeida, London), Treasure Island (National Theatre), The Forbidden Zone (Salzburg Festival & Schaubuhne Berlin), Wunschloses Ungluck (Burgtheatre, Vienna), A Season in the Congo (Young Vic), Adler & Gibb (Royal Court Theatre)
Opera & Dance include: The Blue Woman (ROH LInbury,London ), Lucia di Lammermoor (The Met, New York & LAO, Los Angeles), Seven Deadly Sins & Mahagony (ROH, London), The Mask of Orfeus, Orpheus in the Underworld, Orpheus & Eurydice, Orphee (ENO, London), Jenufa (DNO, Amsterdam), La Traviata (Staatsoper Basel & ENO), Pelleas & Melisande (Aix International Festival & Warsaw & Tokyo), Le Vin Herbe (Staatsoper Berlin), Bliss (Hamburg Staatsoper)
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