It’s certainly impressive when The New York Times refers to projection designer Darrell Maloney’s video and projected images as “witty.” He also worked on the project since its early days in Berkeley. “Christine Jones [the set designer] and I went to graduate school together,” he says. “I had stopped doing theatre in 1997 and was doing post-production and high-end motion graphics. With all those TVs on the set, we started to discuss ideas for content and programming. I am very happy to be ...

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