Jon Bausor

A.R.T.: Debut. The Abbey Theatre: Big LoveRomeo and Juliet, Terminus, Julius Caesar. He has designed extensively in dance, opera, and theatre for companies worldwide including The Royal Opera House, National Theatre, London, National Theatre of Scotland, Young Vic, Theatre de Complicité, and both Finnish and Norwegian National Ballets. He is an associate artist of the RSC where he has designed productions including HamletKing LearThe Winter’s Tale, Harold Pinter’s the Homecoming and the entire 2012 

What Country Friends Is This? season. Other theatre designs include: The James Plays, National Theatre/National Theatre of Scotland/World tour; Bugsy Malone, Lyric, Hammersmith; KURSK, Sound and Fury/Young Vic/Sydney; Ghost Stories, West End/Toronto/Moscow; Lord of the Flies, To Kill a Mockingbird, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre; MAMETZ (Winner, best design National Theatre awards and Wales Theatre awards), National Theatre of Wales; The Believers, Frantic Assembly; hang, You for me for you, Royal Court; I am Yusuf, Shebbahurr, Palestine/Young Vic; Water, Filter/Lyric/BAM; Lionboy, Complicité. Jon studied at Oxford University before training on the Motley theatre design course. He designed the opening ceremony of the 2012 Paralympic Games in London and the kinetic sculpture to light the flame for the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi. 

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