Totie's Miss Saigon stage designs hit the big screen

Theatre designer, part-time NTU lecturer and alumna, Totie Driver (BA Hons Theatre Design 1992), will see her work on the big screen this October as the award winning musical Miss Saigon shows in cinemas nationwide.

Totie Driver studied Theatre Design at NTU in the early 1990s. After graduation she moved to London and spent ten years assisting designers on theatre shows at the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre, the Donmar Warehouse, and CML. 

In 2002 Totie was asked to design the set for Miss Saigon and Oliver for Cameron Mackintosh. She has gone on to reproduce licensed productions touring the UK, Europe, Australia, Brazil, Korean, and Japan.

Now celebrating its 25th anniversary, the Miss Saigon performance was recorded live in London’s West End and will hit the big screen in cinemas across the UK on 16 October 2016. In it viewers can see Totie's beautiful stage designs – for which she won “Best Stage Designer” at the WhatsOn Stage Awards in 2015.

Totie said: “It’s so exciting and so rewarding to see my work on stage, but now it’s going to be seen in cinemas too. I’m thrilled!”.

See more about the production.

Totie's Miss Saigon stage designs hit the big screen

Published on 12 October 2016
  • Category: School of Art & Design

Still need help?

+44 (0)115 941 8418