Drama Desk Award For Outstanding Set Design
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Drama Desk Award For Outstanding Set Design
Drama Desk Award
for Outstanding Set Design
Awarded forOutstanding Set Design
LocationUnited States
Presented byDrama Desk
Currently held byBob Crowley for An American in Paris (2015)

The Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Set Design is an annual award presented by Drama Desk in recognition of achievements in the theatre among Broadway, Off Broadway and Off-Off Broadway productions. In the 1998 ceremony the category was separated, to honor both plays and musicals. The category was reinstated in the 2010 ceremony.

+ - indicates the performance won the Tony Award
? - indicates the performance was also nominated for the Tony Award

Winners and nominees


Year Designer Production
Boris Aronson Zorba +
Ming Cho Lee Billy ?


Year Designer Production
Boris Aronson Company +
Jo Mielziner Child's Play +
Fred Voelpe The Memory Bank
Boris Aronson Follies +
Sally Jacobs A Midsummer Night's Dream ?
Robin Wagner Lenny
Santo Loquasto Sticks and Bones
That Championship Season ?
Kert Lundell Ain't Supposed to Die a Natural Death ?
Robert U. Taylor The Beggar's Opera
Victor Garcia and Fabian Puigserver Yerma
David Jenkins The Changing Room ?
Tony Walton Pippin +
Franne Lee and Eugene Lee Candide +
David Mitchell Short Eyes
Douglas W. Schmidt Over Here!
Veronica's Room
Carl Toms Sherlock Holmes +
John Conklin Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Tom H. John The Wiz
Scott Johnson Dance with Me ?
John Napier Equus
Julia Trevelyan Oman Brief Lives
William Ritman God's Favorite ?
Franco Zeffirelli Saturday Sunday Monday
Boris Aronson Pacific Overtures +
John Lee Beatty Knock Knock
Santo Loquasto Kennedy's Children
Robert U. Taylor Lamppost Reunion
James Tilton A Memory of Two Mondays / 27 Wagons Full of Cotton
They Knew What They Wanted
Santo Loquasto American Buffalo ?
The Cherry Orchard ?
John Lee Beatty The Innocents
Clarke Dunham Hagar's Children
George C. Jenkins Sly Fox
Robert Randolph Porgy and Bess ?
Douglas W. Schmidt The Crazy Locomotive
The Robber Bridegroom
Robin Wagner On the Twentieth Century +
Edward Gorey Dracula ?
Judie Juracek P.S. Your Cat Is Dead
Santo Loquasto The Play's the Thing
David Mitchell The Gin Game
William Ritman Deathtrap
John Wulp The Crucifer of Blood ?
Wilford Leach All's Well That Ends Well
Eugene Lee Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street +
Santo Loquasto King of Hearts
Steven Rubin On Golden Pond


Year Designer Production
John Lee Beatty Talley's Folly +
David Jenkins The Art of Dining
I Ought to Be in Pictures
David Mitchell Barnum +
William Ritman Morning's at Seven
Douglas W. Schmidt Sidewalkin'
John Lee Beatty Fifth of July ?
John Bury Amadeus +
Wilford Leach and Bob Shaw The Pirates of Penzance
Douglas W. Schmidt Frankenstein
Robin Wagner Dreamgirls ?
David Chapman The First
Laurie Dennett The Dresser
Eugene Lee The Hothouse
Santo Loquasto Crossing Niagara
Stuart Wurtzel Henry IV
Ming Cho Lee K2 +
John Gunter All's Well That Ends Well ?
Andrew Jackness Geniuses
Marjorie Bradley Kellogg Extremities
Present Laughter
Kert Lundell Johnny Got His Gun
Douglas W. Schmidt Death of Von Richthofen Witnessed from Earth
Tony Straiges Sunday in the Park with George +
Michael Annals Noises Off
Peter Larkin The Rink ?
David Potts Full Hookup
Bill Stabile Spookhouse
Tony Walton The Real Thing ?
Heidi Ettinger Big River +
John Lee Beatty The Octette Bridge Club
Clarke Dunham Grind ?
James Leonard Joy Digby
Marjorie Bradley Kellogg Requiem for a Heavyweight
Ralph Koltai Much Ado About Nothing
Kevin Rigdon Balm in Gilead
Tony Walton Social Security
The House of Blue Leaves +
William Barclay Goblin Market
Ming Cho Lee Execution of Justice
Thomas Lynch Little Footsteps
Bob Shaw Hamlet
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
John Napier Les Misérables +
Starlight Express
Bob Crowley Les Liaisons Dangereuses ?
Edward Gianfrancesco North Shore Fish
John Gunter Wild Honey
Martin Johns Me and My Girl ?
Tony Walton The Front Page ?
Maria Björnson The Phantom of the Opera +
Scott Bradley Joe Turner's Come and Gone
Eiko Ishioka M. Butterfly ?
Tony Straiges Into the Woods ?
Tony Walton Anything Goes ?
Santo Loquasto Italian American Reconciliation
Café Crown +
Loy Arcenas Reckless
John Lee Beatty Aristocrats
Thomas Lynch The Heidi Chronicles ?
James Morgan Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Tony Walton Lend Me a Tenor ?


Year Designer Production
Robin Wagner City of Angels +
Edward Gianfrancesco The Widow's Blind Date
Kevin Rigdon The Grapes of Wrath ?
Tony Walton Grand Hotel ?
Heidi Ettinger The Secret Garden +
David Gallo Machinal
Richard Hudson La Bête ?
Andrew Jackness Road to Nirvana
Tony Walton Guys and Dolls +
John Conklin 'Tis Pity She's a Whore
Joe Vanek Dancing at Lughnasa ?
Robin Wagner Crazy for You
James Youmans Bella, Belle of Byelorussia
John Arnone and Wendall K. Harrington The Who's Tommy +
Mark Beard Brother Truckers
Heidi Ettinger One Shoe Off
Guy-Claude Francois Les Atrides
Jerome Sirlin Kiss of the Spider Woman ?
Ian MacNeil An Inspector Calls ?
Bob Crowley Carousel +
Peter J. Davison Medea ?
Marina Draghici The Lights
Adrianne Lobel Passion
George Tsypin In the Summer House
Eugene Lee Show Boat
Bob Crowley Hapgood
Stephen Brimson Lewis Indiscretions ?
Santo Loquasto A Month in the Country
Mark Thompson Arcadia ?
James Youmans The Petrified Prince


See also


  • "Drama Desk Award for Set Design". Internet Broadway Database. 2008. Retrieved .

External links

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