AARON J DOOTSON

Lighting Designer

For Ovation: Singin’ In The Rain; The Blonde Bombshells of 1943; Avenue Q.

Training: Wimbledon College of Art (Lighting Design and Practice, qualifying with a distinction, 2009).

Theatre credits include: The Rise & Fall of Little Voice (Kings Arms Salford); Wink (Theatre 503), The Goodbye Girl, Romeo and Juliet (Upstairs at the Gatehouse); Long Story Short and Ushers (Charing Cross Theatre); The Last 5 Years (King Arms, Salford); I Could’ve Been Better (Pleasance, Edinburgh); Romeo and Juliet and Twelfth Night (Theatre Royal, Northampton); The Bullet and The Bass Trombone and Only Us (Bristol Old Vic Studio); Actéon (Dartington Summer School); Green Forms (Tabard Theatre); Love Thy Neighbour and Bluebird (Cockpit Theatre); Dido and Aeneas (Barn Theatre); 74 Georgia Avenue (New End Theatre); After The Accident (Soho Theatre); This Is How It Goes (King’s Head Theatre).

Associate Lighting Designer Credits include: Jacques Brel and Lost Boys (Charing Cross Theatre – Lighting Designer, Mike Robertson)

Relights include: The Perfect Murder (UK Tour – Lighting Designer, Mark Howett) and Private Peaceful (UK Tour 2011 – Lighting Designer, Wayne Dowdeswell).

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