Natasha Katz

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Natasha Katz is a lighting designer for the theatre, dance, and opera.[1] She was educated at Oberlin College and did an internship with Roger Morgan.[2]

Her first job on Broadway was as lighting designer for the play Pack of Lies in 1985, and she has gone on to design the lighting for 48 Broadway plays and musicals, including the Disney musical The Little Mermaid (2008) and The Addams Family (2010).

Her first Tony Award nomination was for Beauty and the Beast in 1994. Other nominations and awards include: [3]

Katz has also designed the lighting at Niketown in New York City [4] and London, and for The Big Bang at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. Additional work includes lighting design for several productions of the American Ballet Theatre, and work for various opera companies including the New York City Opera.[5]


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