Jonathan Miller

0 appearances in RDG productions

No of times i/c of Lighting 20

                i/c Sound Design 5

After helping Bill Payne, our chief LIghting technician, for many years, Jonathan took over as lighting designer for our award-winning production of And Go To Innisfree. We were delighted when he received the Cup for technical excellence at the 2006 Elmbridge Drama Festival.

Next his expertise was in evidence in our production of The Cripple of Inishmaan. Jonathan completed a hugely successful year by winning the Lighting Award at the 2006 Woking Drama Festival for his contribution to our Youth production of The Pilgrimage, followed by his lighting of our prestigious 150th production - Thoroughly Modern Millie. His sensitive lighting for The Art of Remembering was highly praised and contributed to several backstage awards for that succesful production. A year later he received the trophy for the Best Lighting at the Woking Festival for Find Me, Later that year he lit our popular musical Mack and Mabel. His stunning lighting added greatly to the design of 42nd Street whilst his glorious lighting was a strong feature of the success of Calendar Girls. A man of multi theatrical talents in 2013 Jonathan look control of the impressive sound for our lively musical Crazy For You. In 2014 his lighting for Our Country's Good was highly atmospheric. For The Beggars Opera he created highly evocative lighting which captured the mood of the play wonderfully. Jonathan's sharp sound design added to the vibrancy of our huge popular musicals White Christmas and Sister Act.