The British-born designer’s operatic work includes six Metropolitan Opera productions, as well as La forza del destino (Washington), Carmen (London), Romeo and Juliet (Salzburg), Faust (Baden-Baden), and the Ring cycle (Washington, San Francisco). She has been equally successful on Broadway in musicals (Frozen, War Paint, Fiddler on the Roof, Gigi, The King and I, The Bridges of Madison County, The Sound of Music, most recently Moulin Rouge), comedy (Born Yesterday, The Royal Family, Dinner at Eight, Twelfth Night), and drama (The Father, Oslo, Joe Turner’s Come and Gone, Oleanna, A Man for All Seasons, Mauritius, Doubt, Little Women, Dracula, Ivanov). She also designed the live NBC/Universal broadcast of The Sound of Music. Zuber has won six Tony Awards, most recently for My Fair Lady (2018). In addition, she has received the Olivier, Lucille Lortel, Henry Hewes, Ovation, and Obie awards. Catherine Zuber is supported by the Richard P. and Susan Kiphart Costume Designer Endowed Chair.
Previously at Lyric: The Barber of Seville (2019|20); Romeo and Juliet (2015|16); The Barber of Seville (2013|14).
Last updated: September 29, 2019