D.C. Follies - Netflix

Inspired by the British series Spitting Image, D.C. Follies was set in a Washington, D.C. bar, where bartender Fred Willard welcomed puppet caricatures of politicians and celebrities.

D.C. Follies - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 1987-09-15

D.C. Follies - Lee Rose (lighting designer) - Netflix

Lee Rose (born July 30, 1955) is an American lighting designer that works in the mediums of film, television, stage, and concerts.

D.C. Follies - Early life - Netflix

Lee Rose began his career as a lighting technician and designer in the theatre, working in both stage theatre and dance. During the mid-1970s Rose also began working as a lighting designer and technician for rock concerts. His first major concert was the design of the lighting for the band Atlantis Philharmonic, which opened for Styx in 1974. Rose remained on the road for ten years, touring with various groups until 1984. That year Rose started a TV/film lighting design company called Ocean, Rose & Associates with fellow lighting designer Richard Ocean. He stayed with the company until 1998, when Rose joined Design Partners, Inc and became a partner with the firm. Design Partner, Inc. dissolved in December 2015 and starting in January 2016 Rose formed Lee Rose Designs to continue his lighting design work.

D.C. Follies - References - Netflix