Photograph from The Wild Bride - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Patrycja Kujawska as The Wild | Photographer: Steve Tanner
Photograph from The Wild Bride - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Patrycja Kujawska as The Wild | Photographer: Steve Tanner
Photograph from The Wild Bride - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Audrey Brisson as The Girl | Photographer: Steve Tanner
Photograph from The Wild Bride - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Eva Magyar as The Woman | Photographer: Steve Tanner

The Wild Bride

by
with Malcolm Rippeth as Lighting Designer
, then touring
Yes

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Dates: 
11/08/2011 to 15/01/2012

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Production photographs

Photograph from The Wild Bride - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Wild Bride - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Wild Bride - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Wild Bride - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Wild Bride - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Wild Bride - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Wild Bride - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Wild Bride - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth

Press quotes

...magical lighting by Malcolm Rippeth...
Michael Coveney, Whatsonstage.com 13/09/2011
Lighting and sound design and effects (Malcolm Rippeth and Simon Baker respectively) add magic and nuance to the show.
Linda Hodges, BroadwayWorld.com 09/12/2011
...seamless lighting by Malcolm Rippeth and sound by Simon Baker, enhance a viewer’s enjoyment.
Woody Weingarten, Marinscope Community Newspapers 08/12/2011
There’s nothing fancy about Bill Mitchell’s set – there’s an apple tree made of ladders and scaffolding – but it springs to life under Malcolm Rippeth’s lights, [and] it just goes to show you that with light to help paint stage pictures and intriguing humans inhabiting a captivating story, you don’... continue reading
Chad Jones, Theater Dogs - Bay Area Backstage 08/12/2011
The stage, too, is streaked with rainbow lighting. When the devil tempts the father with golden trinkets, the action plays out against intoxicating purple haze. Bright white lightning flashes rip through the devil’s most dastardly moments. And, when the girl is banished to the woods, the stage... continue reading
Miriam Gillinson, Culture Wars 15/09/2011
Again, Malcolm Rippeth’s lights swell like exposed nerve-endings.
Matt Trueman, Carousel of Fantasies 15/09/2011