Peter Corrigan

Peter was born Australia and educated at Melbourne University and Yale University, New Haven, USA. He is currently a Director of the architectural practice of Edmond & Corrigan.  The practice has won numerous State and National Architectural Awards.  Peter was a Guest Professor at Harvard University, Boston USA from 1983 - 84 and at the Politecnio di Torino in Turin, Italy, 1991 and has lectured in the Architectural Department of RMIT since 1986.

Peter has received Green Room Awards for Es Brent, 1992 and for Levad, 1993. He is entered in Allgemeines Kunstlerlexikon (K.G. Saur Publishers, Leipzig, 1999, Vol. 21, p. 234-235) the international artist-reference published as ‘the world's major source of information on artists of all periods, regions, and cultures’.

He has designed sets and costumes for productions in most Australian capital cities for Hoopla Productions, the OA, the APG, MTC, Last Laugh Theatre Restaurant, Playbox Theatre, Anthill, Going Through Stages, Nightshift, VSO, SATC, Queensland Lyric, Gligil Theatre Company (Theatre of Principle), Belvoir Street Theatre, STC and The Bell Shakespeare Company.  With Barrie Kosky, he has designed Belshazzar, The Exile Trilogy, The Oreseia, Oedipus Rex, The Wilderness Room, Nabucco, Tartuffe, Mourning Becomes Electra, King Lear, and Wozzeck.

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