with Jon Clark as Lighting Designer



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30/09/2010 to 05/02/2011

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Press quotes

Denmark is a frightening unstable political regime and apprehensive lighting by Jon Clark creates a shadowy environment that conceals spectres and, worse, spies.
Dave Cunningham, Whatsonstage.com 09/02/2011
...Jon Clark’s brilliantly conceived lighting creates pockets of focus and moody tracts of shadow.
Henry Hitchings, Evening Standard 08/10/2010
Jon Clark’s lighting insists upon shadows as befits a play inhabited by a Ghost
Matt Wolf, The New York Times 12/10/2010
Jon Clark's beautiful lighting makes full use of the props that come with Hytner's staging. In one scene a spotlight used by the players creates an exquisite setting for Hamlet's soliloquy.
CB, OfficialLondonTheatre.co.uk 08/10/2010
Lighting designer Jon Clark takes advantage of stage mist to obscure characters, and that works especially well when the Ghost of Hamlet's father (James Laurenson) makes his spectral appearance early on.
Ray Bennett, The Hollywood Reporter 08/10/2010