Lighting designer, theatre design consultant, author and producer. Chairman and founder of Theatre Projects Consultants. Theatre projects: more than 500 theatre design consulting projects in 50 countries, including the new Goodman, Steppenwolf and Shakespeare Theatres in Chicago; the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood; the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia; and the renovation plans for New York’s Lincoln Center and the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington.
A pioneer of modern stage lighting in Britain, he was recently the lighting designer for The Magic Flute, Los Angeles and Seattle Operas. Other credits include On Raftery’s Hill at the Druid Theatre, Galway and the Royal Court Theatre, London; The Life on Broadway (Tony Award nomination); and Hal Prince’s Show Boat in New York, London and on the U.S. tours (Drama Desk Award, Outer Critics Circle Award 1995 and DORA Award 1994 for Best Lighting Design).

Full biography is available at the Theatre Projects website.

Also – see ‘Re-discovering Lighting – Past, Present and Future’ – a seminar presented by Neil Austin, Robert Bell, Rob Halliday, Jim Laws and chaired by Richard Pilbrow.

LSI - Richard Pilbrow & Theatre Projects (November 1985)
[322kb PDF]
From Lighting & Sound International

Protocol - Richard Pilbrow Profile (July 2012)
[External Website]
From Protocol
Gone with the Wind - Richard Pilbrow
Gone with the Wind - Richard Pilbrow (March 1972)
[LX Plan - click on the thumbnail]
From David W. Kidd Collection


The Making of The Photon Connection (1982-83), featuring Richard Pilbrow