Your lighting for Spring Awakening has been described as “an arresting mix of hanging bulbs, shafts of light, and arrays of neon tubing in the set and around the theatre.” Can you describe your concept for this production and the challenges of creating different lighting styles for each act? Spring Awakening contains two separate narratives: the 19th-century play (the book scenes) and the 21st-century concert (the songs). I imagined that the book scenes, which are the real space of the ...

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