Tim Reed is represented by Rayfield Allied worldwide.
Tim Reed's sets and costumes promiscuously straddle the Victorian and Edwardian periods...it looks a sumptuously colourful treatRupert Christiansen, Daily Telegraph
Tim Reed has an international reputation as an opera and theatre designer. Opera includes the Paris Opera premiere of Docteur Faustus, L’Ormindo for Netherlands Opera, Verdi Macbeth in Madrid, La traviata, The Turn of the Screw and Hänsel und Gretel in Israel, and in Dublin, Cosi fan tutte, Der Rosenkavalier, Die Fledermaus and La traviata. He has worked extensively in Sweden designing L’elisir d’amore for Gothenburg Opera and The Coronation of Poppea and The Marriage of Figaro for Norrlands Opera in Umeå. He has worked at Wexford Festival on numerous occasions, where designs include Il maestro di capella, La serva padrona, La serva e l’ussero, Un giorno di regno, Il mondo della luna, Cendrillon and La vedova scaltra. For Opera Northern Ireland designs include Macbeth, Falstaff, also staged in Monte Carlo and Marseilles; Ariadne auf Naxos and Le nozze di Figaro also staged for the Kirov Opera in St Petersburg; Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Die Zauberflöte and La bohème. Additionally, he designed Die Fledermaus for Welsh National Opera.
Theatre work includes The York Mystery Cycle with Steven Pimlott, The Beaux’ Stratagem and The Field for the Abbey, Exit, Entrance and The Shadow of a Gunman for the Peacock, and Happy Days and The House of Bernarda Alba for the Gate Theatre, Dublin. Extensive work for Britain’s most prominent regional theatres and London’s West End include Stephen Bill’s Curtains, (Hampstead & Whitehall Theatres), Frank McGuinness’s Bag Lady at the Traverse Theatre Edinburgh and the premiere of Anthony Minghella’s Two Planks and a Passion for the Northcott Theatre Exeter. He designed Hobson’s Choice, Spring and Port Wine and Horse and Carriage at the West Yorkshire Playhouse and, most recently, A Whistle in the Dark and The Gigli Concert for the Irish National Theatre season of Tom Murphy plays for the Dublin Theatre Festival.
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