Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Scenic Design of a Play

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Drama Desk Award
for Outstanding Scenic Design
Awarded forOutstanding Scenic Design of a Play
LocationUnited States
Presented byDrama Desk
First awarded1996
Currently held byMatt Saunders for "Daddy" (2019)
WebsiteDramaDeskAwards.com

The Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Scenic Design of a Play was an annual award presented by Drama Desk in recognition of achievements in the theatre among Broadway, Off Broadway and Off-Off Broadway productions. The award was originally created in the 1996 ceremony, when the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Set Design was separated into two categories, for plays and musicals. The award was retired after the 2009 ceremony, but was later revived in the 2016 ceremony.

† - indicates the performance won the Tony Award
‡ - indicates the performance was also nominated for the Tony Award

Winners and nominees[edit]

1990s[edit]

Year Designer Production
1996
Scott Bradley Seven Guitars
Derek McLane and Mark McKenna The Monogamist
Neil Patel Quills
Narelle Sissons Entertaining Mr. Sloane
Julie Taymor and Christine Jones The Green Bird
Tony Walton A Fair Country
1997
David Gallo and Jan Hartley Bunny Bunny
Robert Brill The Rehearsal
Marina Draghici The Skriker
Derek McLane Present Laughter
James Noone The Gin Game
1998
The Quay Brothers The Chairs
Loy Arcenas Ballad of Yachiyo
Chris Barreca Three Days of Rain
John Lee Beatty Ivanov
Santo Loquasto Milansky/Zilisnky or 'Schmucks'
Derek McLane Misalliance
1999
Richard Hoover Not About Nightingales
John Lee Beatty The Mystery of Irma Vep
Maria Björnson Britannicus and Phèdre
Bob Crowley Twelfth Night
Allen Moyer That Championship Season
James Noone Night Must Fall

2000s[edit]

Year Designer Production
2000
David Gallo Jitney
Derek McLane East is East
James Noone The Time of the Cuckoo
Rob Odorisio An Empty Plate in the Café du Grand Boeuf
Neil Patel Dinner with Friends
Tony Walton Uncle Vanya
2001
Bob Crowley The Invention of Love
John Lee Beatty Comic Potential
Jeff Cowie The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant
David Gallo King Hedley II
Thomas Lynch Old Money
Dean Taucher Tabletop
2002
Tim Hatley Private Lives
John Lee Beatty Morning's at Seven
Michael Brown World of Mirth
David Gallo Wonder of the World
Derek McLane The Women
Douglas Stein and Rupert Bohle 36 Views
2003
John Lee Beatty Dinner at Eight
John Lee Beatty My Old Lady
Troy Hourie Temporary Help
Scott Pask Take Me Out
Neil Patel Endpapers
B.T. Whitehall Shanghai Moon
2004
John Lee Beatty Twentieth Century
Scott Bradley The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci
Ralph Funicello Henry IV
David Korins Blackbird
Andrew Lieberman Wintertime
Derek McLane I Am My Own Wife
2005
Santo Loquasto Glengarry Glen Ross
Robert Brill A Streetcar Named Desire
Marisa Frantz Frankenstein
Nathan Heverin Outward Bound
Richard Hoover After the Fall
David Korins Orange Flower Water
2006
Michael Yeargan Awake and Sing!
Roger Hanna Walking Down Broadway
Eugene Lee The Ruby Sunrise
Derek McLane Abigail's Party
Robert Wilson Peer Gynt
Michael Yeargan Seascape
2007
Bob Crowley and Scott Pask The Coast of Utopia
David Gallo Radio Golf
David Korins Essential Self-Defense
Jack Goes Boating
Garin Marschall Hell House
Scott Pask Blackbird
2008
Scott Pask Les Liaisons Dangereuses
Beowulf Boritt Spain
Scott Bradley Eurydice
David Korins Hunting and Gathering
Santo Loquasto Trumpery
Clint Ramos The Return of the Prodigal
2009
David Korins Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them
Dale Ferguson Exit the King
Rob Howell The Norman Conquests
Neil Patel Fifty Words
Derek McLane 33 Variations
Walt Spangler Desire Under the Elms

2010s[edit]

Year Designer Production
2016
Christopher Oram Hughie
Riccardo Hernandez Red Speedo
Mimi Lien John
G. W. Mercier Head of Passes
Derek McLane Fully Committed
2017
Nigel Hook The Play That Goes Wrong
David Gallo Jitney
Laura Jellinek A Life
Stewart Laing The Hairy Ape
Douglas W. Schmidt The Front Page
2018
Miriam Buether Three Tall Women
Bunny Christie People, Places and Things
Lizzie Clachan Yerma
Maruti Evans Kill Move Paradise
Louisa Thompson In the Blood
2019
Matt Saunders "Daddy"
Miriam Buether The Jungle
Es Devlin Girls & Boys
Maruti Evans The Peculiar Patriot
Mimi Lien Fairview

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • "Drama Desk Award for Set Design of a Play". Internet Broadway Database. 2008. Retrieved 2008-08-21.

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