Photograph from I Am Falling - lighting design by Katharine Williams
Petra Söör and Ben Duke | Photographer: Hugo Glendinning
Photograph from I Am Falling - lighting design by Katharine Williams
Ben Duke | Photographer: Hugo Glendinning
Photograph from I Am Falling - lighting design by Katharine Williams
Ben Duke | Photographer: Hugo Glendinning

I Am Falling

by
with Katharine Williams as Lighting Designer

Company:

Choreographer:

Set designer:

Costume designer:

Sound designer:

Dates: 
09/01/2008 to 02/02/2008

Show type:

Designer's notes: 
Assistant Director - Ben Kidd. Assistant Lighting Designer - Rory Kay. Stage Manager - Bonnie Morris. Production Manager - Nick Abbott.

Production photographs

Photograph from I Am Falling - lighting design by Katharine Williams
Photograph from I Am Falling - lighting design by Katharine Williams
Photograph from I Am Falling - lighting design by Katharine Williams
Photograph from I Am Falling - lighting design by Katharine Williams
Photograph from I Am Falling - lighting design by Katharine Williams
Photograph from I Am Falling - lighting design by Katharine Williams
Photograph from I Am Falling - lighting design by Katharine Williams
Photograph from I Am Falling - lighting design by Katharine Williams

Press quotes

Epic is overrated. Forty minutes is all you need to make a memorable piece of theatre, as succinctly demonstrated by director Carrie Cracknell in her latest piece, I Am Falling. The atmosphere is intimate, with Katharine Williams’ lighting particularly effective. This is a complex reflection on... continue reading
Lyndsey Winship, The Stage 10/01/2008
Katharine Williams's stunning lighting and Garance Marneur's clever design give a sense of both a small, old fashioned art film house and a dance studio. The intermittent flickering light and Ed Lewis's scratchy soundtrack accompanying much of the action are reminiscent of an early... continue reading
Lucy Popescu, Theatreworld Internet Magazine 14/01/2008
The program described it as “a dance theater collaboration,” a term that under other circumstances borders on the pretentious. In fact, there’s no better way to describe this (now closed) tiny unclassifiable jewel from a superbly indivisible cast of three and their creative team. Unfair though it... continue reading
David Benedict, Variety
This exquisite miniature... unfolds on stage like a film and yet is intensely alive even as it deals in the currency of death. Text, motion, lighting and sound often seem to be engaged in their own jostling psychological dance, in which past and present shimmer and merge on a liberating journey... continue reading
Lynn Gardener, The Guardian 12/01/2008
Katharine Williams’ lighting flickers and strobes suggestively
Ian Shuttleworth, Financial Times 15/01/2008
Credit to Edward Lewis's sound, and Katharine Williams's lighting, for whisking us from cliff top to suburban semi in only a bare, black box. But the clincher is Garance Marneur's design that frames the stage like a cinema screen. The techniques that bring movement and text into such... continue reading
Jenny Gilbert, The Independant 13/01/2008