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Scenic Design, 2008

Abington Theatre/Howling Moon Cab Co

New York, NY

Playwright: Jonathan Wallace

Director: Glory Bowen

Lighting: Ryan Metzler

Costume: David Thompson

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"Set on a beach in Mantauk, the play requires a feeling of outdoorsy openness. For a play staged in the intimate TBG Arts Center Studio Theatre, that presents a challenge which scenic designer Stephanie Tucci meets admirably: the entire space is painted in seascape blues. Ryan Metzler's light design enhances the feeling of openess. Costumes, designed by David Thompson, help indicate both passage of time and character quirks. That Liam's socks continually match his preppy shirts is a particularly inspired touch. " - Offoffonline.com

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"Stephanie Tucci’s well-ordered set seemed like a revelation in the second act when it appeared to be the visual personification of the major metaphor in the play. The play talks about two types of people: “dolphins” and “stones”. The dolphin-like blue set—walls to floor—is highlighted by a seemingly stone floor that cracks and breaks apart during the act changes. " - The Fab Marquee

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