Brief Encounter

with Malcolm Rippeth as Lighting Designer
, then touring



Set designer:

Sound designer:

08/09/2013 to 01/12/2013

Show type:

Press quotes

The result is a visually intriguing blend of stage and screen effects, which begins with the red curtain rising to reveal Laura (Adelaide performer Michelle Nightingale) standing on the platform, delectably side-lit, as if in rich Technicolor, turning to step through a movie screen to join her... continue reading
Murray Bramwell, The Australian 16/09/2013
Malcolm Rippeth’s lighting design provides all the atmospheric touches to bring it to life.
Tony Busch, Adelaide Theatre Guide 16/09/2013
... clever lighting that invites audience members to imagine a location rather than delineating it for them.
Greg Elliott, In Daily 16/09/2013
Malcolm Rippeth’s lighting design is instrumental in transporting us...
Fran Edwards, Glam Adelaide 15/09/2013
...the set and Malcolm Rippeth’s lighting design will take your breath away.
Coral Drouyn, Stage Whispers 12/10/2013
...augmented by subtle, sometimes hazy, lighting that enhances the mood and pinpoints moments of intense emotion.
Carol Wimmer, Stage Whispers 03/11/2013
The crack creative team of designer Neil Murray, lighting designer Malcolm Rippeth, sound designer Simon Baker and projection and film designers Jon Driscoll and Gemma Carrington create illusions (and allusions) that are a performance of their own.
David Zampatti, The West Australian 29/11/2013