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BWW TV Exclusive: CURIOUS INCIDENT's Bunny Christie and Finn Ross on Their Tony Win!

Bunny Christie and Finn Ross have won the 2015 Tony Award for Best Scenic Design of a Play for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Below, check out what they had to say after they accepted the award!

Christie's recent credits include:The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (NT & West End-Olivier Award), Emil & The Detectives, Blurred Lines, Children of the Sun (NT), Julius Caesar (Donmar & NY), Private Lives and Hay Fever (West End). The White Guard (Olivier Award), A Streetcar Named Desire (Olivier Award), Elmina's Kitchen (NT & BBC TV), Baby Doll (Evening Standard Award). Film:Swansong (Oscar nomination, Best Short Film). Opera: Brief Encounter, Tosca (Houston & LA Opera), The Marriage of Figaro,Lucia Di Lammermoor, Cosi Fan Tutte (ETO). Future: Made in Dagenham (West End).

Finn Ross trained at Central School of Speech and Drama and designs video and projection for all forms of live performance. Recent projects include: Beethoven 5th Symphony for Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Die Ringe des Saturn at Schauspielhaus, Köln; The Master and Margarita for Complicite; The Death of Klinghoffer, Onegin, Simon Boccanegra, The Damnation of Faust, and Don Giovanni for ENO; Turn of the Screw for Theatre an der Wein; Ten Plagues at the Traverse; Top Girls at Chichester and West End; Greenland at the National; Opera Shots at the Royal Opera House; Sunset Boulevard for Gothenburg Opera; Das Portrait in Bregenz; A Dog's Heart for Complicite/DNO; The Gods Weep for the RSC; Knight Crew at Glyndebourne; MICroscope, Orlando at Sadler's Wells; Broucek forOpera North; The Beggar's Opera for Vanishing Point; Girls of Slender Means for Stella Quines, Assembly Rooms; Serious Money at Birmingham Rep; Interiors for Vanishing Point, touring; Shun-Kin for Complicite/Tokyo/Barbican; All My Sons on Broadway; Little Otik for Vanishing Point/National Theatre of Scotland; and Sugar Mummies at the Royal Court.


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