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Stephen Dodd

Stephen Dodd is a lighting designer for theatre, dance and opera.

Based between Dublin and Cork, he trained at The Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College.

He recently won Best Lighting at the 2022 Irish Times Theatre Awards for Volcano, choreographed by Luke Murphy for Attic Projects.

Other lighting credits include The Quare Fellow, The Long Christmas Dinner, An Octoroon (Abbey Theatre); Il Teorema di Pasolini (Deutsche Oper, Berlin / Dead Centre); Good Sex, To Be a Machine 2.0, Beckett’s Room, Hamnet, Chekhov’s First Play and LIPPY (Dead Centre); What We Hold (Jean Butler / Irish Arts Centre, NYC / DTF); The Prometheus Project and Volcano (Luke Murphy / Attic Projects); Darks Days Need Ceremony: King / Shrine, Night Dances, Birdboy, Girl Song and Dancehall (United Fall); Animals (Louise White Performance) Morrígan and Heart of a Dog (John O’Brien); A Thing I Cannot Name and Orfeo ed Euridice (Irish National Opera); The Here Trio, I/Thou and Wrongheaded (Liz Roche Company); Crossing Skin, Dances Like a Bomb and The Misunderstanding of Myrrha (Junk Ensemble); The Examination and The Circus Animal’s Desertion (Brokentalkers); Eastland (The Collective) and Company (Company SJ).