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Ken Billington Lighting Designer
Ken Billington is a highly acclaimed lighting designer with over 50 years of experience in the theatre industry. Born in 1944 in Long Island, New York, Billington attended Hofstra University where he studied theatre and lighting design. After graduating, he began his career as a lighting designer in the Off-Broadway scene in the 1960s, eventually making his way to Broadway. Billington has designed the lighting for over 100 Broadway productions, including the original productions of Sweeney Todd, Chicago, and The Drowsy Chaperone. He has been nominated for the Tony Award for Best Lighting Design 21 times, winning three times for his ... read more
Judith Binus Assistant to Mr. Billington
Mary Bryant Press Representative
Edward Burbridge Scenic Designer
John Dapper Assistant to Mr. Burbridge
Bill Evans Assistant Press Representative
Murray Gitlin Production Stage Manager
Shirley Herz Press Representative
Val Mayer Assistant Stage Manager
Marilyn S. Miller General Manager
Ruth Mitchell Assistant Director
Ruth Mitchell is a renowned American actress and singer who has made a name for herself in the entertainment industry. Born in New York City, Mitchell grew up with a love for the arts and started performing in community theater at a young age. She went on to study theater at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where she honed her craft and developed her unique style. Mitchell made her Broadway debut in 1995 in the hit musical "Rent." She played the role of Mimi Marquez, a struggling young artist who falls in love with the character Roger. Mitchell's ... read more
Carolyn Parker Costume Designer
Harold Prince Director
Harold S. Prince (b. New York City, NY, 30 January 1928), also known as “Hal” Prince, was a theater producer and director who made a significant contribution to Broadway musicals in America. In a career that spanned more than fifty years, Prince has received ten Drama Desk Awards as Outstanding Director and 21 Tony Awards® for Best Direction, Best Producer, Best Musical, and Lifetime Achievement. In addition, Prince was the Kennedy Center Honoree in 1994 and the recipient of the National Medal of Arts in 2000. Prince received his education at University of Pennsylvania, where he enrolled in a liberal arts ... read more
Louis Pulvino Stage Manager
Elisabeth Seley Assistant to Miss Parker
John Wessel Assistant General Manager
Van Williams Production Photographer

Awards and Nominations

1974 Drama Desk Awards
Outstanding Director: Harold Prince won.

1974 Tony Awards
Best Lighting Design: Ken Billington was nominated but did not win.

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