Jennifer Tipton is well known for her work in dance, theater and opera. Her recent work in dance includes Paul Taylor’s The House Of Joy and Alexei Ratmansky’s Romeo And Juliet for the National Ballet of Canada. Her recent work in theater includes Shakespeare’s Henry Iv/V directed by Joseph Haj and Michael Donahue at Playmaker’s Repertory Company in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and the Wooster Group’s version of Tennessee Williams’ Vieux Carre. Her most recent work in opera includes Gounod’s Romeo Et Juliette directed by Bart Sher at La Scala and Mozart’s La Clemenza Di Tito directed by David McVicar at the Aix Festival in France. Tipton teaches lighting at the Yale School of Drama. Among many awards she is the recipient of the Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize in 2001 and the Jerome Robbins Prize in 2003. In 2008, she became a United States Artist “Gracie” Fellow and a MacArthur Fellow.