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Also known as [[Denis Hutchinson]]. (19**-) Lighting designer. ***.
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Misspelling for / Also known as '''[[Denis Hutchinson]]'''.
Has worked on shows ranging from experimental theatre via contemporary dance and musicals to ballet and opera. Career highlights include both scenic and lighting designs for ''[[Romance]]'', ''[[Macbeth]]'','' [[Umoja]]'' (in London’s West End), ''Big Band Blast'', ''[[Life x3]]'',''[[ Amadeus]]'', ''[[Three Viewings]]'', ''[[Tell Me On a Sunday]]'', ''[[Mojo]]'', ''[[The King and I]]'', ''A Handful Of Keys'', ''[[Sweet Phoebe]]'' and ''[[The Four Seasons]]'' as well as lighting for  ''[[Soweto Story]]'' ([[Deon Opperman]], 2007), ''[[African Footprint]]'', ''Rosalinda'', ''[[The Rocky Horror Show]]'', ''[[Closer]]'' and a season of seven South African plays as part of ''[[Woza Africa]]'' at the Lincoln Festival in New York. His work with Free Flight and Vusa dance companies has also taken him to Germany, Switzerland and Australia while work as a theatre consultant has included the [[Monument Theatre]] in Grahamstown, the [[Arts Centre]] for the [[University of Johannesburg]], the auditorium for the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy at Henley-on-Klip and both the [[Globe Theatre]] and the [[Lyric Theatre]] at [[Gold Reef City]].
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