Artist Bio

Natasha Katz

Natasha Katz  returns to the Goodman, where she previously designed lighting for Turn of the Century (Jeff nomination). Other Chicago credits include The Addams Family, Sweet Smell of Success, That’s Christmas and Aida (directed by Robert Falls). Her Broadway credits include Once, Follies, Sister Act, The Little Mermaid, The Coast of Utopia [Part 3 – Salvage] (Tony Award), Tarzan, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Aida (Tony Award), Twelfth Night, Dance of Death, The Capeman, Gypsy, Barrymore and Beauty and the Beast. She has worked extensively off Broadway, including Altar Boyz and The Normal Heart. Regional credits include work at the Mark Taper Forum, Trinity Repertory Company, American Repertory Theater, Dallas Theater Center, Spoleto Festival, the Alliance Theatre and Seattle Repertory Theatre. Opera and dance credits include the New York City Ballet, The Royal Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, the San Francisco Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Edinburgh International Festival, the Metropolitan Opera and New York City Opera. She has designed lighting for concert acts for Shirley MacLaine, Ann-Margret and Tommy Tune, and in Las Vegas for EFX! and The Masquerade Village. Permanent lighting installations include Niketown in New York and London and The Big Bang at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.

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  • Turn of the Century Production Photos