Elizabeth Powell

Lighting designer Elizabeth Powell is a founder of Blood in the Alley Productions. Elizabeth studied Stage Management and Technical Theatre at LAMDA for two years (2000-2002) and also has a BA Hons in Drama Studies with Education Studies from St. Alfred’s University College, Winchester. In 2004 Elizabeth won a bursary from NESTA for Lighting Design. During these 16 months she worked with Rick Fisher on Britten’s opera A Midsummer’s Night Dream (Venice); Anna and the Tropics (London); Billy Elliot in (London).

Productions:
Blood in the Alley: Productions include: Smallone (Andrews Lane Studio Dublin, 2006 national tour, Paris 2010); Catalpa (Canadian tour 2008); Romeo & Juliet (Belvedere College, Dublin; Cork Opera House, Cork, The Black Box, Galway 2004); This Ebony Bird (Half Moon Theatre Cork, 2004 national tour, 2006); Tricky (Richmond Studio, London. 2004).

Other Theatre (Ireland):
Productions include: Making History (National Tour , 2007); Father Matthew (The Halfmoon Theatre Cork, 2007); Second City Trilogy (Cork Opera House, 2005); Howie The Rookie (Everyman Theatre, Cork. 2003)

Other Theatre (UK & International):
Productions include: The Wall (Scottish National tour 2008) Great Expectations (Scottish National Tour 2008); Jack & the Beanstalk (Cumbernauld Theatre 2007); Rupture (Traverse Theatre 2007) Venus as a Boy (National Tour 2007); Travels With My Aunt (Ipswich 2007); The Recovery Position (The Platform, Glasgow 2007); Oedipus (The Platform Glasgow & tour, 2006); Drenched (The Tron, Glasgow & national tour 2006); (Nominated Best Design, Manchester Evening News Awards) The Night Shift (The Esplanade, Singapore & National Tour 2006); The Foolish Man (The Roundhouse studio, London, 2006); Vanity Play (BAC Main House, 2006); How To Kill (Your Lover) (Tron Theatre, Glasgow, 2006); Edinburgh Home Project (Queen Hall, Edinburgh, 2006); Bones (Leicester Haymarket Studio & The Bush Theatre London, 2006); The Cudgel & The Rapier (Battersea Arts Centre, London 2004); Crave (National tour, 2004); A Comedy Of Errors (Globe Theatre, Neuss, Germany. 2004); Patching Havoc (Latchmere Theatre, London. 2004); Cowboy Mouth (Battersea Arts Centre, 2003).


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