Congratulations to Summit’s Matt Otto (sound designer) & Edward T. Morris (set designer) on their work in The Barrow Group’s ABIGAIL’S PARTY, a NYT Critics’ Pick, and read the review here:
Congratulations to costume designer Judanna Lynn and lighting designer Christina R. Giannelli on the opening of their gorgeous, seductive Dracula at the Alberta Ballet!
“Starburst chandeliers descend and rise. (The lighting, by Bradley King, and the half-period/half-punk costumes, by Paloma Young, are terrific”)
THE GREAT COMET 1812 official opening on Broadway – Monday 11/12/16 at the Imperial Theatre
“Costumes designed by Michael McDonald are true to the period and help delineate the characters. It is especially telling that the clothing Marguerite “generously” purchases for Marina (from Woolworth’s!) are inappropriate for a young woman; the gesture is still another embodiment of the older woman’s desperate need for control.”
The Barrymore Awards for Excellence in Theatre are a nationally recognized symbol of excellence for professional theatre in the Greater Philadelphia region, honoring local artists and theatre companies while increasing public awareness of the richness and diversity of our city’s thriving theatre community.
New edition of New Sounds Live Concert Series.
Variety Review: Broadway Smash ‘Hamilton’ Opens in Chicago
Congrats to all the Henry Hewes Design award honorees – extra shout out to Mark Barton.
Andrea Lauer was chosen for Randi Zuckerberg’s 52 women in 52 weeks.
“David Barber’s set is simply astonishing, and one of the best I’ve seen in a non-musical play this year. It’s a forest glen, complete with smashed up Model T and what appears to be a functioning campfire.”
“But I have to say that when Ruth and Eileen, the two transplants from Columbus, Ohio, arrive in their subterranean Greenwich Village hovel (in Todd Rosenthal’s droll, primary-colored design, the dump arrives from the pit, as if from hell) and encounter a dude playing a cockroach in a giant suit designed by the inspired costumer Ana Kuzmanic, it is really funny. Really funny. When the giant insect then exits through the refrigerator, excessive guffaws could be heard Sunday night coming from the posh seats.”
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