Mark Barton – Lighting Designer
MARK BARTON (Lighting Design) Off- Broadway credits include The Shipment, Chair, The Sound and the Fury (April Seventh, 1928), Paradise Park, Church, All the Wrong Reasons, No Child…, Five Course Love and Thom Pain (based on nothing). Other New York credits include many productions with companies including Elevator Repair Service, New York Theatre Workshop, Young Jean Lee’s Theater Company, Theatre for a New Audience, Target Margin Theater, Signature Theatre Company, Salt Theater, P.S.122, New Georges, Clubbed Thumb, HERE Arts Center, Epic Theatre Ensemble, Edge Theater Company, among many others. Productions of Elevator Repair Service’s Gatz in Brussels, Amsterdam, Zurich, Minneapolis, Oslo, Trondheim, Bergen, Lisbon, Vienna, Philadelphia, Portland, Seattle, Dublin, Chicago. Regional work includes productions at Perseverance Theatre, REDCAT, Berkeley Rep, Los Angeles Theater Center/Kirk Douglas Theatre, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, American Repertory Theatre, Lookingglass Theatre Company, Syracuse Stage, Asolo Repertory Theatre, Southern Rep and Hangar Theatre. Other credits include Wozzeck, Ainadamar, Albert Herring, L’Ormindo, The Magic Flute andPostcard from Morocco with The Curtis Opera Theater in Philadelphia.
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Congrats to all the Henry Hewes Design award honorees - extra shout out to Mark Barton. Read full story here ---->
New York Times Review: 'Signature Plays' Triple Bill Reveals Truth in the Mirror's Lies Ben Brantley:The “Funnyhouse” of the title has been given ravishing atmospheric life by a design crew that includes Mimi Lien (sets), Kaye Voyce (costumes), Mark Barton (lighting)...
Ben Brantley in the NY Times wrote: If you were in the vicinity of Seventh Avenue and West 55th Street at about 7:40 p.m. on Wednesday, you may have been alarmed by the sight of a really big Moorish dome sailing into the air. That would have been the roof of City...
Last chance to catch Boston Lyric Opera’s production of DON GIOVANNI Directed by Emma Griffin with Lighting by Mark Barton.
DON GIOVANNI - A Sneak Peek Backstage.