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Jon Bausor

Jon Bausor is a stage designer. He is set designer on What’s New Pussycat?

Jon is a multi-award winning stage designer. Originally trained as a classical musician, Jon retrained on the Motley Theatre Design Course in 2000. Since then he has designed extensively in dance, opera and theatre worldwide. He designed the opening ceremony of the 2012 Paralympic Games in London and the kinetic sculpture to light the flame for the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games. His theatre work is known for its large-scale visual impact and transformational concepts with strong dramaturgical narratives; from kinetic post-apocalyptic sets for musicals such as Bat Out Of Hell (London Coliseum/Dominion Theatre/Metronom Theatre, Germany/Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto/New York City Center Theater), to a circus-themed box of tricks for The Grinning Man (Bristol Old Vic/Trafalgar Studios), winner of Best Design at the UK Theatre awards, a crashed Boeing 737 for Lord of the Flies (Regents Park Open Air Theatre), to a 1 ½ mile long immersive set in the Welsh countryside for MAMETZ (National Theatre of Wales), winner of best design National Theatre awards and Wales Theatre awards. As an associate artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company he has designed numerous productions including Hamlet, King Lear, The Winter’s Tale and the entire 2012 Shipwrecked season.