Lighting for the Bush: Apologia, Wrecks, Artefacts (also New York), How to Curse, and the space lighting concept for The Library, the initial 2010 season in the Bush’s new building.
Other UK theatre includes The Voysey Inheritance, Elmina’s Kitchen, Scenes from the Big Picture for the National Theatre; Romeo and Juliet, The Merry Wives of Windsor and Coriolanus (also USA), and The Merchant of Venice for the Royal Shakespeare Company; Lower Ninth, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Days of Wine and Roses, Passion Play and Good for the Donmar; Gaslight and As You Like It at the Old Vic; Mrs Warren’s Profession at the Strand Theatre; The York Realist for the English Touring Theatre/Royal Court; and Love, Love, Love for Paines Plough. Other London theatre includes Faith (Royal Court); Certain Young Men, The Doctor’s Dilemma, Tongue of a Bird (Almeida); The Rubenstein Kiss (Hampstead); The Field (Tricycle); Nakamitsu (Gate); and The White Devil, The Common Pursuit, Total Eclipse (Menier Chocolate Factory). UK regional theatre includes The Birthday Party (Birmingham Rep); Arcadia, The Rivals, Loot, Paradise Lost, The Comedy of Errors, The Caretaker (Bristol Old Vic); A Number, Gladiator Games (also London), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Original Sin, The Tempest, Don Juan, The Country Wife, A View From the Bridge, As You Like It (also London), Twelfth Night (Sheffield Theatres); Rutherford and Son (Royal Exchange, Manchester); Where There’s a Will (Theatre Royal Bath Productions); Treehouses (Northcott, Exeter); Dealer’s Choice (Clwyd Teatr Cymru); Dealer’s Choice (West Yorkshire Playhouse).
Australian theatre includes In the Next Room, or the Vibrator Play (Sydney Theatre Company), The Gift (Melbourne Theatre Company), The Story of Mary MacLane by Herself (Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne), and Cordelia (Little Dove Theatre Art, Canberra). European theatre includes Great Expectations and American Buffalo (Gate, Dublin) and Hysteria (English Theatre, Frankfurt).
Musicals include the Menier Chocolate Factory production of A Little Night Music on Broadway (Walter Kerr) and in London’s West End (Garrick); Miss Saigon (Gothenburg Opera); Showboat, West Side Story (Tiroler Landesteater, Innsbruck); Promises, Promises (Sheffield); The Wizard of Oz (Birmingham); and Assassins (Oxford). Opera includes: Mary Seacole, Oreste, and Oresteia (Royal Opera House Linbury Studio); Les Pêcheurs des Perles and Iris (Opera Holland Park, London); and M Butterfly, Martha, The Barber of Seville, La Sonnambula, Carmen (Castleward Opera, Northern Ireland).
Hartley is also artistic director of C venues at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.