Tom Scutt

Set & Costume Designer

Tom Scutt won the Linbury Biennial Prize in Stage Design (2007), the WhatsOnStage Award for Best Set Designer (2013) and received a 2016 Tony Award nomination for costume design for King Charles III. He designed the 2015 and 2016 Video Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles and at Madison Square Garden. Other productions in the U.S. include Constellations (Manhattan Theatre Club), Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and King Charles III. Major projects in theater include The Deep Blue Sea, Medea, and 13 (National Theatre); Belleville, Lady from the Sea, Elegy, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and The Weir (Donmar Warehouse); Summer and Smoke, and King Charles III (West End, Almeida Theatre); No Quarter, Remembrance Day, Hope, and The Ritual Slaughter of Gorge Mastromas (Royal Court); Woyzeck (Old Vic); Hofesh: Grand Finale and Romeo and Juliet (Royal Shakespeare Company). Operatic work includes Wozzeck (English National Opera) and The Flying Dutchman (Scottish Opera). Scutt is production designer for the Frida Kahlo: Making Herself Up exhibition (Victoria and Albert Museum) and was creative director for Sam Smith with Apple Music at the Tate Modern.

Lyric debut: Set & Costume Designer/ Jesus Christ Superstar (2017|18)

Last updated: April 27, 2018