Peggy Eisenhauer

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Peggy Eisenhauer is an American lighting designer for both theatre and films. She has designed more than twenty Broadway shows and frequently collaborates with Jules Fisher.

Career[edit]

Peggy Eisenhauer was raised in Nyack, New York. She attended Carnegie Mellon University, started working in New York and quickly became assistant to Jules Fisher, and eventually became his partner. Forming their company, Third Eye, their first project together was the 1985 Broadway musical Song and Dance.[1] Their first joint film project was the film version of the musical Chicago.[2]

Major theatre productions[edit]

Theatre awards and nominations[edit]

  • 2013 Tony Award for Best Lighting Design (Lucky Guy. winner)
  • 2004 Tony Award for Best Lighting Design (Assassins, winner)
  • 2004 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Lighting Design (Assassins, winner)
  • 2001 Tony Award for Best Lighting Design (Jane Eyre, nominee)
  • 2000 Tony Award for Best Lighting Design (Marie Christine, nominee)
  • 2000 Tony Award for Best Lighting Design (The Wild Party, nominee)
  • 1998 Tony Award for Best Lighting Design (Ragtime, nominee)
  • 1998 Tony Award for Best Lighting Design (Cabaret, nominee)
  • 1998 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Lighting Design (Ragtime, nominee)
  • 1998 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Lighting Design (Cabaret, nominee)
  • 1996 Tony Award for Best Lighting Design (Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk, winner)
  • 1996 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Lighting Design (Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk, winner)

Film credits[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rothstein, Mervyn."A Life in the Theatre: Lighting Designers Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer", playbill.com, June 23, 2005
  2. ^ Tugend, Alina."Let there be light",Los Angeles Times, March 23, 2003
  3. ^ Hernandez, Ernio.Anna Deavere Smith's Let Me Down Easy Ends Off-Broadway Jan. 3 playbill.com, January 3, 2010

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