Director Julie Taymor may have taken some hits before leaving the current production of Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, but her work on The Lion King back in 1997 solidified her as a visionary in the theatre. She also designed costumes, for which she won a Tony, as well as masks and puppets with Michael Curry. Tony-winning designs were also put forth for lighting by Donald Holder and scenic by Richard Hudson, with sound design by Tony Meola and projection design by Geoff Puckett. One reader ...

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