Rob Halliday made one of his annual visits to Broadway this fall as the UK associate lighting designer and programmer for Jude Law’s Hamlet at the Broadhurst Theatre, with lighting by Neil Austin, sets and costumes—modern black clothes for the most part— by Christopher Oram, and sound by Adam Cork. When I met Rob for a quick lunch and visit to the theatre, he reminded me that he’d been in town last year at the same time, when he was working on the London transfer of Equus. Hamlet is a ...

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