Dan Covey

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Dan Covey is a lighting designer and projections designer for the theater, working professionally since 1980.

He studied at West Virginia University from 1976 to 1980. After leaving WVU, he worked for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, for a variety of theaters in Boston, and recently as a lighting designer and theater renovation advisor in Washington, D.C.. He and set designer Tony Cisek worked together on more than 40 Washington productions. They also worked together on two Off-Broadway productions, Beyond Glory (2007), and columbinus (2006).[1]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Covey received a 2008 Drammy Award for Lighting Design for Portland Center Stage's new production of Sometimes a Great Notion.[2] This production was featured in American Theatre magazine in September 2008.[3]

He also received the 2001 Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Lighting Design for his work on The Tempest at the Folger Theatre.

He has been nominated eleven other times for the Helen Hayes Award as follows:

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Horwitz, Jane."Setting the Stage Beyond D.C.",Washington Post, June 20, 2007
  2. ^ The Drammys Portland Drama Awards, Awarded June 9, 2008, "Awards List 2008 Drammy Awards". Retrieved 2011-02-14. 
  3. ^ Carey, Owen. "Sometimes a Great Notion Portland Center Stage," pp. 48-49. American Theatre, September 2008.

References[edit]

Off-Broadway

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