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Terry Bartlett



Terry Bartlett, was born in Sussex. He studied Theatre Design at the Slade School of Fine Art, London. During his studies he worked as a design assistant to Nicholas Georgiadis on Mayerling for The Royal Ballet before assisting the director/designer Philip Prowse on a succession of productions. His first design commission was the ballet Night Moves for David Bintley and his subsequent work has largely been for dance in collaboration with Bintley for whom he designed The Swan of Tuonela, Choros, Allegri diversi and The Snow Queen all for Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet (now Birmingham Royal Ballet). For The Royal Ballet he designed Consort Lessons, The Trial of Prometheus, The Spirit of Fugue and for San Francisco Ballet he designed The Wanderer, choreographed by Bintley. He designed a full-length version of Carmen choreographed by Peter Darrell for Scottish Ballet which premiered at the Edinburgh Festival. He has designed a number of productions for the Citizens' Theatre Company, Glasgow, including The School for Scandal and The Last Days of Mankind, premiered at the Edinburgh Festival. He lives in London and has lectured on design at several London colleges.

3 August 2004

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