Lighting designer Pat Collins made her Broadway debut with a 1976 revival of Threepenny Opera. In 1986, Collins won a Tony Award for Best Lighting Design for I'm Not Rappaport—as well as a Drama Desk Award—and was nominated for a Tony in 1977 for Threepenny Opera, and again in 2005 for Doubt.
Collins was also active with regional theaters such as Hartford Stage Company, Goodman Theater, McCarter Theater, Steppenwolf, Lincoln Center Theater, Mark Taper Forum, Old Globe Theater, and Ford’s Theater.
Lighting Designer Pat Collins Passes Away
Live Design, March 22, 2021
Her Alley Theatre credits include Journey's End; The Crucible; A View From the Bridge; Hayfever; Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992; Hedda Gabler; The Real Thing; After the Fall; Underpants; Arsenic and Old Lace; The Man Who Came to Dinner; Rock 'N' Roll; The Seagull; Noises Off; and Death of a Salesman.