Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire

Macbeth

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with Jake Wiltshire as Lighting Designer

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Director:

Set designer:

Dates: 
23/03/2009 to 28/03/2009

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Production photographs

Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire
Photograph from Macbeth - lighting design by Jake Wiltshire

Press quotes

I am always an admirer of John Ramster’s direction and unerring instinct for creating maximum impact with minimal resources, and he was well supported by Bridget Kimak’s striking set and costumes and Jake Wiltshire’s evocative lighting.
Serena Fenwick, Musical Pointers
The actual set – devoid of all except the most basic props – evinced a luminous, even phosphorescent quality enhanced by the wide range of lighting shades and intensities employed by Jake Wiltshire.
Richard Whitehouse, Classical Source
In their production, Shakespeare’s tragedy unfurls on the stage against a livid sky, in turn malign and sombre. The use of lighting brings the bare landscape to life, so that the fitful emotions of music are tightly bound with colour.
Dragana Obradovic, UCL News