The Woman in White

Opened at the Palace Theatre, London on 16th September 2004

Winning praise for it’s innovative set design which used a wraparound projection wall rather than traditional scenery, it lasted 18 months in London, and closed on 25th February 2006, after a number of revisions and recastings.

Rather than being static, the projection surface was able to rotate and pass in front of the actors, around the revolve on which the actors & furniture were standing.


The Woman in White (November 2004)
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From Lighting & Sound International

Director: Trevor Nunn
Composer: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lyrics: David Zippel
Book: Charlotte Jones
Set, Costume & Projection Design: William Dudley
Lighting Design: Paul Pyant
Sound Design: Mick Potter
Choreography: Wayne McGregor
Musical Director: Stephen Brooker
Musical Supervisor: Simon Lee
Co-Orchestrator: David Cullen
Production Manager: Richard Bullimore
Casting: David Grindrod Associates
Producers: The Really Useful Theatre Company, Sonia Friedman Productions

See also

The Really Useful Group website about The Woman in White