Don Guy

Don Guy has done Lighting Design for the Colony's productions of The Immigrant, "Master Harold" ...and the boys, Rounding Third, The Grand Tour, I Have Before Me a Remarkable Document Given to Me by a Young Lady from Rwanda and Grand Hotel, The Musical

Don is a lighting designer for theatre, dance, television, themed entertainment, and architecture. He has designed numerous shows from off-off-off Broadway to Tony Award-winning regional theatres. A few of his design credits include A Picasso at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, La Posada Magica at the Tony Award winning South Coast Repertory, The Tempest for the Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis, Zorro for the Utah Musical Theatre, Jubilee at Radio City Music Hall, the full-length ballets Cinderella, Swan Lake, and Sleeping Beauty for choreographer David Allan, Pericles, Bus Stop, and Hay Fever for A Noise Within, Open Heart at the Falcon Theatre, Carnival of Wonders and The Magic Underground for Master Magician Mark Kalin. 

A few of his themed entertainment and architectural credits include: TV Guide Building, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Universal Studios Japan, Universal Studios Orlando, Universal Studios Hollywood, Warner Bros. Movie World Madrid, South Coast Repertory, Anheuser Busch, Lincoln Center, Madison Square Garden, and the Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Production Studios at the World Trade Center.

April, 2008