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Stewart Laing Productions

 
[West End, 2023]
Set & Costume
 
[West End, 2023]
Designer
 
[West End, 2020]
Designer
 
[Off-Broadway, 2017]
Design
 
[Broadway, 1997]
Costume Designer
Scenic Designer
 
[Off-Broadway, 1995]
Scenic Designer
 
[Off-Broadway, 1993]
Costume Designer
Scenic Designer

Stewart Laing Awards and Nominations

Drama Desk Awards - 2017 - Outstanding Costume Design for a Play

Stewart Laing, The Hairy Ape

Drama Desk Awards - 2017 - Outstanding Set Design for a Play

Stewart Laing, The Hairy Ape

Outer Critics Circle Awards - 1997 - Best Costume Design

Stewart Laing, Titanic


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Outer Critics Circle Awards - 1997 - Best Set Design

Stewart Laing, Titanic


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Tony Awards - 1997 - Best Scenic Design

Stewart Laing, Titanic

Stewart Laing News


Review Roundup: Bertie Carvel and Patsy Ferran Star in PYGMALION at The Old Vic. What Did the Critics Think?

After a chance meeting with Professor Henry Higgins and Colonel Pickering, flower seller Eliza Doolittle finds herself the subject of a rash bet to pass her off as a lady amongst the great and the good of London society.
Review: PYGMALION, The Old Vic

A tale of transformation, coersive control and eventual female empowerment performed by two of our best stage actors should be a guaranteed hit. However, Richard Jones' revival of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion fails to pack the expected punch.
Full Cast and Creatives Announced for PYGMALION at The Old Vic

The Old Vic has announced the full cast and creative team for Pygmalion, a play by George Bernard Shaw, directed by Richard Jones
Review: THE RHINEGOLD, London Coliseum

A luminous production glistening with chutzpah and armed with a fresh new translation.
The ENO Presents New Production of Wagner's THE RHINEGOLD

This February comes The Rhinegold, the first opera in Wagner’s epic Ring Cycle, a radical political satire entrenched in magic and mythology.
LA BOHEME Comes to Cinemas Next Week

Next week, Puccini's opera of passion, friendship and heartbreak hits the big screen. On Thursday 20 October 2022, La bohème will be broadcast live from Covent Garden to 900 cinemas in 34 countries around the world.
Orange Tree Theatre Announces Full Cast For The Uk Première Of Pamela Carter's THE MISFORTUNE OF THE ENGLISH

The Orange Tree Theatre today announces the full cast for the UK première of Pamela Carter's The Misfortune of the English. Oscar Toeman directs Hubert Burton (Harrison), Vinnie Heaven (Eaton), Eva Magyar (Tour Guide), and Matthew Tennyson (Lyons). The production opens on 28 April, with previews from 25 April, and runs until 28 May, with a livestreamed performance via OT On Screen on 12 May and available to stream on demand from 31 May – 3 June.
VIDEO: Go Inside Rehearsal For The Royal Opera House's LA BOHEME

The Royal Opera House has released a video featuring Anush Hovhannisyan and Yuriy Yurchuk accompanied by Michael Papadopoulos rehearsing Quando m'en vo, Musetta's aria in La bohème.
VIDEO: Danielle de Niese Performs 'Musetta's Waltz' in Royal Opera House's LA BOHEME

Puccini’s opera of passion, friendship and heartbreak is one of the best-loved operas worldwide. Richard Jones’s recent production for The Royal Opera, adapted to accommodate safety regulations, perfectly captures the vulnerability of youth amid the harshness and glamour of a big city.
VIDEO: Get A First Look At The Royal Opera's LA BOHÈME from 25 June 2021

Puccini's opera of passion, friendship and heartbreak – one of the best-loved operas worldwide – featuring Anna Princeva, Joshua Guerrero and Danielle de Niese.
Royal Opera House Announces Schedule For Spring and Summer

Today the Royal Opera House has announced more details of its schedule of in-person and streamed Spring and Summer performances, with public booking opening on 7 May 2021 and the doors opening to socially-distanced, in-person audiences from 17 May 2021.  
English National Opera Announces New Staging of Wagner's RING CYCLE Over 5 Year Period

Directed by the award-winning Richard Jones, and marking the first time in more than 15 years since ENO last staged The Ring, all four parts of The Ring Cycle will be staged at the London Coliseum over five years.
National Theatre Of Scotland Announces New Digital And Streamed Theatre Projects

The National Theatre of Scotland is set to continue its new work over the coming months, with an innovative mix of streamed theatre and digital projects, including two new productions from leading Scottish creatives Hannah Lavery and Adura Onashile, both addressing urgent contemporary and historical issues around race in Scotland today.
BWW Review: LA BOHEME, The Luna Drive-in Cinema

On a rainy evening in North West London, a rather unique experience took place. Drive-in cinema remains a novelty in the UK; a drive-in cinema screening opera is surely a first. However, in response to the current situation, the Luna Drive-in Cinema has adapted its hugely popular cinema nights to both socially distanced seated screenings and drive-ins. In partnership with The Royal Opera House, it is now screening a variety of opera and ballets throughout the summer at venues across the country.
Royal Opera House Announces WOOLF WORKS and LA BOHEME as Part of #OurHouseToYourHouse

The Royal Opera House has announced two new broadcasts, as part of its #OurHouseToYourHouse series. Both Woolf Works and La boheme will be broadcast for free online.
BWW Review: ENDGAME/ROUGH FOR THEATRE II, Old Vic

Hot on the heels of Trevor Nunn's recent production at Jermyn Street Theatre, Samuel Beckett's plays continue to grace London in all their bleak splendour. Starring Alan Cumming and Daniel Radcliffe, Richard Jones' captivating production at the Old Vic brings together Endgame and Rough for Theatre II in a provocative diptych about the perils and pleasures of retrospection.    
BWW Review: LA BOHEME, ROH Live

On paper, the story of Puccini's La bohème veers towards sentimentality, but witnessing a live production rarely fails to stir deep emotion. Continuing their series of live screenings, Covent Garden's Royal Opera House presents a version of the opera that is both captivating and utterly heart breaking. Screening to over 1000 cinemas, across 26 countries, these are truly international events.
Scottish Ensemble, Valgeir Sigurðsson, Pamela Carter And Untitled Projects Team Up For New Project, WE ARE IN TIME

We Are In Time is a striking new theatrical production a?" and a bold collaboration between four forward-thinking companies and artists directed by Stewart Laing a?" founder and Artistic Director of Untitled Projects, and one of Scotland's most forward-thinking theatre-makers a?" the production also features a new score from Bedroom Community artist Valgeir Sigurðsson and an ambitious new role for Scottish Ensemble musicians, who will act as an on-stage chorus as well as performing live.
BAM Will Be Presenting THE END OF EDDY, An Adaptation of Edouard Louis' Coming-Of-Age Story

Edouard Louis' powerful 2014 autobiographical novel, The End of Eddy, was published when he was 21 and immediately put him on the literary map. A coming-of-age story of a young gay man facing homophobia in a French village, the book also reveals the hopelessness and violence of a depressed, post-industrial region. Eddy's path to survival is a?oea mesmerizing story about difference and adolescencea??a?? (The New York Times).
BWW Review: THEM!, Tramway, Glasgow

On the set of a live TV chat show, the host interviews the guest, the film rolls, and the band plays. People and power and pop music. We're here to get to the heart of the matter but everything keeps on changing. Including time, space, and the audience.

Stewart Laing FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What awards has Stewart Laing been nominated for?

Stewart Laing has been nominated for several awards in the Broadway industry. These nominations include Outstanding Costume Design for a Play at the Drama Desk Awards for "The Hairy Ape," Outstanding Set Design for a Play at the Drama Desk Awards for "The Hairy Ape," Best Costume Design at the Outer Critics Circle Awards for "Titanic," Best Set Design at the Outer Critics Circle Awards for "Titanic," and Best Scenic Design at the Tony Awards for "Titanic."

What awards has Stewart Laing won?

Stewart Laing has won the Best Set Design award from the Outer Critics Circle Awards and the Best Scenic Design award from the Tony Awards for the musical Titanic.

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