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Nominations were announced for the 2018 Sydney Theatre awards, with Yellow clients listed for an outstanding number of categories. Most nominated Productions: BLACKIE BLACKIE BROWN, directed by Yellow’s Declan Greene with production design by Elizabeth Gadsby was nominated for Best Mainstage Production, Best Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Mainstage Production, and Best […]

Yellow designers Alice Babidge, Jennifer Irwin and Amelia Gebler were among a myriad of top Australian designers who won awards at the 2018 APDG Awards ceremony.   Alice Babidge won the APDG Award for Excellence in Live Performance – Acknowledging Excellence in Design and Practice or Artisan Excellence on Australian or International Productions for her […]

Alice Babidge has won Best Set and Costume Design at the 2018 Nestroy Awards in Vienna for her stunning designs on HOTEL STRINDBERG. The Nestroy Awards are not only Austria’s top awards in theatre but one of Europe’s most esteemed accolades.  Past winners include Katrin Brack for CAROL REED, Harald B. Thor for WASSA SCHELESNOWA […]

Several Yellow Agency clients have received accolades at the 2015 Sydney Theatre Awards. The work of Michael Hankin, Mel Page, Alice Babidge and Kip Williams was recognised in the ceremony. Best mainstage production – IVANOV designed by Mel Page, Michael Hankin Best independent production – OF MICE AND MEN designed by Michael Hankin Best costume […]

Andrew Upton’s stunning adaptation of Chekhov’s first play The Present, featuring set and costume design by Alice Babidge, opened August 8 at the Rosyln Packer Theatre. Here’s what critics are saying about Alice’s design: “Alice Babidge’s set design is exquisitely executed, from the errant blades of grass shooting through the pavers of the patio, to […]

Mother Courage and Her Children opened on 4th June at Belvoir with Alice Babidge designing the costumes. Please read what the reviews are saying: “The costumes, by Alice Babidge, have a disturbingly immediate feeling – like the mismatched pieces came from a looted 2015 discount department store. It brings the story closer to home and closer […]

2014 Sydney Theatre Awards nominations were announced yesterday with 5 design nominations among Yellow Creative Management clients. BEST LIGHTING DESIGN OF A MAINSTREAM PRODUCTION Damien Cooper for  STC’s THE LONG WAY HOME BEST STAGE DESIGN OF A MAINSTREAM PRODUCTION Michael Hankin for Belvoir’s A CHRISTMAS CAROL Ralph Myers for Belvoir’s IS THIS THING ON? BEST COSTUME […]

CYRANO DE BERGERAC opened 15th November at Sydney Theatre Company with Alice Babidge designing set and costumes and Damien Cooper as the lighting designer.   “Alice Babidge’s theatrically framed set and costume designs, full of historical references, are absolutely right for this faithful but slightly ironic rendering of a play that always had its tongue […]

Tim Conigrave’s HOLDING THE MAN memoir will be adapted into a feature film, following the success of play by Tom Murphy. In a recent interview with Veronica Maine Alice described the HOLDING THE MAN as “one of the greatest love stories I have ever know”. Alice Babidge will be designing costumes  for filming in Melbourne.  

Sydney Theatre Company’s production of Jean Genet’s THE MAIDS was performed at the City Center, as part of the Lincoln Center Festival from August 6-16. Alice Babidge design features “a multimedia, dimension-scrambling set…  suggests the world’s ritziest walk-in closet, the show throws in everything”. Benedict Andrew’s “comfort-zone-trashing directing”  leaves the audience “uncomfortable in ways I imagine might […]

Alice Babidge’s designs featured in MACBETH at Sydney Theatre Company

Alice Babidge

May 26th, 2011

Alice graduated from the NIDA Design Course in 2004. Alice designs set and costume in theatre, opera, film and television. In film, Alice designed costumes for the feature adaptation of HOLDING THE MAN, directed by Neil Armfield. She designed costumes on Justin Kurzel’s debut feature film, SNOWTOWN, which was part of the Official Selection at […]