Lighting Design

Isabella Byrd

Isabella Byrd is a New York-based designer making her 2024 Broadway debut with An Enemy of the People (Amy Herzog and Sam Gold) and Cabaret. Recent work includes Infinite Life (Annie Baker at Atlantic and National Theatre), Primary Trust (Eboni Booth at Roundabout), Epiphany (Brian Watkins at Lincoln Center), Sanctuary City (Martyna Majok at NYTW), and multiple plays by Will Arbery; Heroes of the Fourth Turning, Corsicana (Playwrights Horizons,) Plano (Clubbed Thumb,) and Evanston Salt Costs Climbing (New Group). Also, Food by Geoff Sobelle, As You Like It (PublicWorks at the Delacorte), and The Good John Proctor (Talene Monahon at Bedlam). International work: Cabaret (West End), Daddy: A Melodrama (Jeremy O. Harris at the Almeida, Vineyard, and New Group), Endgame (Beckett at the Gate, Dublin). Honors include three consecutive Lucille Lortel Awards, Obie Award and special citation, Henry Hewes, Drama Desk, and Olivier nominations. Isabella is a proud USA829 union member, supporting pay equity and sustainability.