IdentityBanner.jpg

Jessica Wall

Lighting Designer & Illustrator
DFG_act2-59.jpg

A Devised Work

Directed by Attilio Rigotti
Scenic Design by Phi Le
Costume Design by Daniella Goytizolo
Lighting Design by Jessica Wall

Sound Design by Ellery Pierce

Projection Design by Attilio Rigotti

Photography by Daniella Goytizolo and Justin Chauncey

Dæmon

Read More

Daemon is a meditation on the in-between. Between life and death, mortality and divinity, the rational and irrational, and the physical and digital, Daemon tackles the hard questions of the human experience. In exploring transhumanism, liminality, consciousness and the body, the audience must grapple with these ideas alongside the cast. 

"A dæmon, neither god nor mortal, but in-between, constantly in-motion"

- Attilio Rigotti

 
REDACTED-50.jpg

A Devised Work

Directed by Andy Arden-Reese
Scenic Design by Madeline Goddard
Costume Design by Bella Rasdal
Lighting Design by Jessica Wall

Sound Design by Matt Hubbs
Photography by Justin Chauncey @JCP Images

[REDACTED]

Read More

Created in reaction to En Folkenfiende, an adaptation of Ibsen's Enemy of the People, [REDACTED] deconstructs, comments on and interprets the idea of humanity, freedom of speech, community and collective destruction.  

"Our task is not necessarily to explain the play or to retell the same stories the play is already doing, but to shed light on hidden corners, enter spaces glossed over in the play, uncover secrets, and expose that which has been covered.”

-Andy Arden-Reese

fullsizeoutput_3766.jpeg

Alice Birch

Anatomy of a Suicide

Read More

Directed by Caroline Flynn
Scenic Design by Trevor Wang
Costume Design by Neil Stevenson
Lighting Design by Jessica Wall

Sound Design by Daniel Holzman
Photography by Audrey Lee

Three generations of women all pained by what came before them are caught up in a cycle of trauma and death as they try to understand the decisions which created the painful legacy. For each woman, the chaos presents a challenge they must face against the pressure of their lives.

"I have Stayed. I have Stayed - I have Stayed for as long as I possibly can."

FunHome2022-335.jpg

Lisa Kron

Directed by Stephanie Weeks

Scenic Design by Ellery Pierce

Costume Design by Katie Adams
Lighting Design by Jessica Wall

Sound Design by Jordan Birstein
Photography by Justin Chauncey @JCPImages

Fun Home

Read More

Fun Home is a musical theatre adaptation of Alison Bechdel's 2006 graphic memoir of the same name. The story concerns Bechdel's discovery of her own sexuality, her relationship with her closeted gay father, and her attempts to unlock the mysteries surrounding his life. Told in a series of non-linear vignettes connected by narration provided by the adult Alison character, the show explores the themes of sexuality, acceptance and shame. 

Like what you see? Get in contact:

Thanks for submitting!