First "Going Dark" Exhibition at The Gammage Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona.
until December 31, 2021
During the month of December, 10 pieces from Troy David Johnston's "Going Dark" series will be on display at ASU Gammage. Through the power of photography, this series tells a story of theaters across London and the United Kingdom in shutdown. Coronavirus hit the West End, creating a cloud of darkness over its theaters and the people who gave it life.... VISIT THE ASU GAMMAGE WEBSITE
Time & Leisure
Shining a light on our theatres in lockdown.
by Tina Lofthouse 02 February 2021
In March, Troy David Johnston was working backstage on West End smash Wicked. Watching the crisis unfold around the world, and seeing theatres on Broadway being closed, he knew it was only a matter of time before they too would shut. He was devastated by the news, but like many, he took to cycling around the empty streets for his daily exercise – the keen photographer brought his camera... READ THE FULL ARTICLE
Covid: The night London's theatres went dark
by Tim Stokes 22 December 2020
For those in the theatre industry, the festive period would usually be one of the busiest times of the year with extra shows and people packing out venues. Yet London's move into tier four means that the stages of the West End will remain silent this Christmas - as many have been since one particular day back in March... READ THE FULL ARTICLE
Photo Flash: Shining a Light on the Dark Theatres of the West End
by Nicole Rosky 05 May 2020
While West End theatres remain dark, photographer Troy David Johnston, who is normally employed in the wardrobe department at Wicked, is shining a spotlight on what remains of the usually bustling streets of London.... READ THE FULL ARTICLE