Howell Binkley is represented on Broadway with the current revivals of Guys and Dolls, and West Side Story, as well In The Heights, Jersey Boys—for which he won the 2006 Tony Award—and Avenue Q. Previous Broadway credits include the recent revival of Gypsy, Cry-Baby, The Farnsworth Invention, Xanadu, Lovemusik, Bridge & Tunnel, Steel Magnolias, Dracula, Golda’s Balcony, Hollywood Arms, Gore Vidal’s The Best Man, Minnelli on Minnelli, Full Monty, Parade, Kiss Of The Spider Woman, Taking Sides, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, High Society, and Grease. Off Broadway: Landscape of The Body, Sinatra at Radio City, Batboy, and Radiant Baby. His designs have been seen regionally at La Jolla Playhouse, Shakespeare Theatre, The Alley, Old Globe, Guthrie, Goodman, Seattle Rep. He designed six musicals for The Sondheim Celebration at The Kennedy Center. Dance: Alvin Ailey, ABT, and The Joffrey Ballet (Billboards). Binkley co-founded The Parsons Dance Company for which he has designed over sixty pieces. He is a five-time Helen Hayes Award recipient and was awarded the 1993 Laurence Olivier Award and the Canadian Dora for Spider Woman.

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