Devas artfully intertwines typical war language into the script, using our knowledge of past wars and of men’s struggles to shine, with the help of George Bach’s impressive lighting, a well needed spotlight onto the issue of mental health.
The lighting design by George Bach is very effective especially in the transitions from one reality to another and in creating a sense of the world outside and above the flat
The use of strip lights around a mirrored panel create an excellent mood, and there’s nothing I can criticise about George Bach’s lighting work.
George Bach’s lighting helps you understand the sorry plight the girls are in.
Stark LED strip lights are used to take us out to the street and imaginatively employed at times to good effect.
The choppiness of some of the scenes is smoothed along by George Bach’s clever lighting design
...George Bach’s masterful job... which imbued the show with the shadows and dilapidation to match the growing intimidation and insecurities of 1930s Berlin.
There simply wasn’t a weak link in this production, particularly with George Bach’s excellent lighting.
Good staging and lighting.