Tracy Grant Lord

Tracy Grant Lord is a New Zealand scenographer of ballet, opera and theatre. She has worked with the region’s major performance companies and her work
has toured internationally to critical acclaim.

Recent designs include: The Audience and Billy Elliot the Musical for Auckland Theatre Company; Lindy Hume’s The Marriage of Figaro and Thomas de Mallet Burgess’ Semele and The Turn of the Screw for New Zealand Opera; Liam Scarlett’s Dangerous Liaisons for Queensland Ballet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream for Royal New Zealand Ballet; The Nutcracker for Tulsa Ballet; Loughlan Prior’s The Firebird, Cinderella and Romeo and Juliet for Royal New Zealand Ballet; A Doll’s House Part 2 for Melbourne Theatre Company; and Twelfth Night for Queensland Theatre.

Tracy’s work has been nominated for Helpmann Awards (Australia) and Olivier Awards (UK), and she is a Winston Churchill Fellow. She has a bachelor's degree in Spatial Design and has exhibited at both the World Stage Design and the Prague Quadrennial.