Hamlet, The Rose Theatre Bankside, February 2013
‘’Director Martin Parr makes the very most of his cast and the space – with a lot of help from Rebecca Brower’s inspired design.’’
The Stage Newspaper
Rebecca Brower’s design, which is dominated by red strings of light, adds depth to the character’s actions and turns the challenging and confined space of The Rose into an intriguing spectacle.
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One Stop Arts
Rebecca Brower’s design, with more than a nod to Nordic Noir, uses trails of red rope lights – Polonius’s guts, Ophelia’s garland – to startling effect, in contract to the chilly gloom of the interiors with utility metal lampshades casting ominous pools of light.
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