ADRIAN VAUX

1936 to 2012

Adrian Vaux - Scenic Designer

 

Studied design at the Slade School. House designer at London’s Mermaid Theatre 1964 - 1970. House designer at Leicester Phoenix, and subsequently at the Haymarket. 1971-1980. Designed many productions during this time, some of which transferred to the West End, including “My Fair Lady”, “Cause Célèbre” and “Tomfoolery”. House designer at the Old Vic 1980-1982.  Credits include: "Merchant of Venice" and "The Relapse". He began working in Israel in 1968. Designing productions for Habimah, Cameri, Haifa & Jerusalem theatres. Association with Sobol began with original productions of “Weininger’s Night”, “Ghetto”, “Palestinian Girl”, “Adam”, “Jerusalem Syndrome” & “Nice Toni”. This association led to his working in Germany and United States. Many of these productions raised highly controversial issues, both political and social such as the “great silence” surrounding discussions of the Holocaust, and the Israeli/Palestinian conflict.

 

Recent credits include a US tour of "Miss Saigon", a US tour of "Oliver" and more recently a UK tour of "Miss Saigon" followed by the Tam tour of "Miss Saigon" to South East Asia and Australia. All tours co produced by Big League, Networks & Cameron Mackintosh respectively.  Most recently designed "August, Osage County " for Habimah.

 

"Crime & Punishment" At Leicester Haymarket Theatre

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War and Peace", by Erwin Piscator - the Bald Hills estate of Prince Bolkonski

the Battle of Austerlitz with General Kutuzov & Napoleon and Pierre moving the toy soldiers

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"Much Ado........."  Shakespeare. at the Leicester Phoenix

"Dirty Hands" by Jean Paul Satre at the Leicester Haymarket

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"Lloyd George knew my Father" by William Douglas Home

"Irma La Douce" by Marguerite Monnot at the Leicester Haymarket

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"Blythe Spirit" by Noel Coward at Leicester Haymarket

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"Arms and the Man" Bernard Shaw, Haymarket

"Arms and the Man" Bernard Shaw, Haymarket

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"Camelot" by Lerner & Loewe at the Haymarket Theatre

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"Small Family Business" by Alan Aykbourn at Habimah

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"Misalliance" by Shaw for Leicester Haymarket

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"Edward the Second" by Brecht at the Roundhouse

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"The Relapse" by Sir John Vanbrugh at the Old Vic.

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"When We Dead Awaken" by Ibsen, Leicester Haymarket.

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"Bent" by Martin Sherman. Haifa Theatre.

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"Theban Trilogy" by Sophocles at Leicester

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“Gaslight" at Leicester.

"A Moon for the Misbegotten" by Eugene Oneal,

 Cameri Theatre

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"Tartuffe" by Molier at Haifa

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"Twelfth Night" Shakespeare at Leicester Haymarket

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"Nozze de Figaro" at the Israel Opera

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"Romeo and Juliet" by Shakespeare at Leicester Haymarket

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"The Country Wife" by George Farquhar at Leicester Haymarket

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"Independence" by Mustapha Matura at the Bush Theatre.

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"Married Life" by David Vogel at Haifa

"Ghetto" by Joshua Sobol also at Haifa.

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"Merchant of Venice" by William Shakespeare at the Old Vic.

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"Relatively Speaking" by Alan Aykbourne

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"Norman Conquest" by Alan Aykbourne at Leicester Haymarket

 

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Some scenes from "My Fair Lady" at the Adelphi Theatre London. Costumes by Tim Goodchild.

 

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Some scenes from the US tour of the musical "Oliver" with costumes by Anthony Ward.

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The finale of "Guys and Dolls" at Bet Lessin, Tel Aviv. Costumes by Yosi Ben Ari.

 

The directors and the productions featured on this website.

“Crime and punishment”, Robin Midgley. “War and Peace”, Michael Meacham. “Much Ado…”, Euan Smith. “Dirty hands”, Michael Meacham. “Lloyd George knew …”, Robin Midgely, “Irma La Douce”, Robin Midgley. “Blithe Spirit”, Robin Midgley. “Arms and the Man”, Michael Meacham. “Camelot”, Bob Mandell. “Small Family Business”, Omri Nitzan. “Misalliance”, Michael Meacham. “Edward the Second”, Roland Rees. “When we Dead”…., Robin Midgley. “Bent”, Ilan Ronen. “The Thebans”, Robin Midgley. “Gas light”, Michael Meacham. “Moon for the Misbegotten”, David Mouchtar. “Tartuffe”, Gedalia Besser. “Twelfth Night”, Robin Midgley. “Nozze de Figaro”, Charles Hamilton. “Romeo and Juliet”, Michael Bogdanov. “Country Wife”, John David. “Independence”, Roland Rees. “Married Life”, Gedalia Besser. “Ghetto”, Gedalia Besser. “Merchant of Venice”, Michael Meacham. “Relatively Speaking”, Michael Meacham. “Norman Conquest”, Robin Midgley. “My Fair Lady”, Robin Midgley & Alan Lerner. “Miss Saigon”, Mitchell Lemsky. “Oliver”, Graham Gill. “Guys and Dolls”, Ken Oldfield.

 

 

 

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For more information email info@adrianvaux.com

 

21/9/2012 rev.2