Since 1965, the Henry Hewes Design Awards have recognized outstanding achievement in design for theatre on Broadway, off-Broadway, and off-off-Broadway, celebrating the fields of scenic design, costume design, lighting design, and notable effects: a unique category that includes achievement in sound, music, video, and puppetry. We would like to congratulate the Vectorworks Spotlight users who are among the 66 nominated artists and four award winners from 49 productions that ran during the 2014-2015 season.
Henry Hewes Design Award,
Monty Python's Spamalot,
Roger Hanna and Price Johnston,
The Invisible Hand,
the Musical "Parade",
Tony Award for Best Lighting Design,
Brett J. Banakis,
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,
New York Theatre Workshop,
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra,
the Gershwin’s “Porgy and Bess",
The New York Philharmonic,
The New York Times,
Tony Award nomination,
Yale School of Drama
Watch two-time Tony Award winner Donald Holder, best known for Broadway shows like The Lion King and Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, discuss everything from his start in the entertainment industry to how design software facilitates collaboration in this new video.
Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark,
The Bridges of Madison County,
The Lion King,
We had fun shooting a video interview at our office last night with Donald Holder, winner of two Tony Awards® for his work on The Lion King and South Pacific. Holder shared stories about his journey toward becoming one of Broadway’s best lighting designers, some of his favorite projects and collaborators, as well as his thoughts about the future. Stay tuned for the release of the video!
Michael P. Jones,
Mikiko Suzuki McAdams,
Bridges of Madison County,
We’re starting to see a flood of graduation pictures on social media and thought we’d take the time to share some career advice from Vectorworks users across multiple fields. Here, we’re featuring insight from Lighting Designer Donald Holder, a two-time Tony Award winner and 10-time nominee. Holder is passionate about his career. “There’s an opportunity for self-expression when designing with light that I think is the most satisfying part of the job,” he says. Maybe you’ll enjoy a similar opportunity!