Natalie Robin

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All Aboard, Part Two: Lighting Design Of The Passenger 
Fabrice Kebour talks lighting design about Houston Grand Opera's The Passenger at the Park Avenue Armory.
All Aboard, Part One: Scenic Design Of The Passenger 
Johan Engels talks scenic design about Houston Grand Opera's The Passenger at the Park Avenue Armory.
Noble Concepts: Queen Of The Night 
Christine Jones sits in the director’s chair for Queen Of The Night, merging theatrical performance, circus acts, “food performance,” and a lavish dinner into an evening like no other.
Q+A Bob Crowley & Natasha Katz: Sets And Lighting For The Glass Menagerie
Talking with Bob Crowley & Natasha Katz on their designs for The Glass Menagerie.
One Singular Sensation: Michael Jackson ONE, Part 5: Set Design 
Francois Séguin designs sets for Cirque Du Soleil’s Michael Jackson One
One Singular Sensation: Michael Jackson ONE, Part 4: Projection Design 
Cirque Du Soleil teams with designers Raymond St-Jean and Jimmy Lakatos for projections for Michael Jackson One.
Stages Of Sleep No More, Part 3: The Sound 
Much of the secret of Sleep No More is perpetuated by the dreamy and continuous soundscape that fills the space.
Stages Of Sleep No More, Part 2: The Lighting 

When Doyle and Barrett first encounter a space, “We absorb the atmosphere [and see] what the building offers up to the show organically,” says Doyle.

Stages Of Sleep No More, Part 1: The Space 
Navigating many spaces in Punchdrunk’s Sleep No More .
Flying To New Heights With Quixotic 
Quixotic creates a unique mix of dance and visual media.
Collective Media For Tristan Und Isolde, Part 2: Projections 
Projection By Committee For Seattle Opera's Latest Production Of Tristan Und Isolde
Collective Media For Tristan Und Isolde, Part 1: The Lighting 
Projection By Committee For Seattle Opera’s Latest Production Of Tristan Und Isolde
Stuffed Animal Instincts For The Jonsi Tour 
A theatrical approach to Jonsi’s taxidermy-inspired tour set
Spaced Out - Designing Lighting And Sets On A Dime For Hamlet 
The opportunity: Design sets and lights for Hamlet. The challenge: Do it for $2,000
War Crimes 
When I walked into the Drill Hall at the Park Avenue Armory, a cavernous military hall-cum-gallery and performance space that once served as the headquarters

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