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Time Out New York

THE GATHERING by Arje Shaw.

"...The set by Michael Anania, is great; The lighting is top shelf; and the acting is perfectly fine. It's a Broadway show all right."

Sarah Goodyear, Time Out New York - April 26 - May 3 2001

 

Newsday

THE MINSTREL SHOW by Max Sparber

"...Scott Clyve's intensely focused lighting burns pivotal images into our memory banks."

Steve Parks, Newsday - October 3, 1999

 

New York Times

SYNDROME by Kirkwood Bromley

"...his split second personality changes are carefully coordinated with lighting effects."

Niel Genzlinger, New York Times - January 25, 2002

 

Village Voice

THE WINTER'S TALE by William Shakespeare

"...It's a visually clean production, greatly helped by Scott Clyve's specific lighting design, his work contrasting with the

Walker Space's black box darkness."

Brian Parks, Village Voice - February 22, 2000

 

Oneida Daily Dispatch

THE BARBER OF SEVILLE

"Scott Clyve’s lighting design washes the set in a romantic aura. The effects during Rossini’s musical thunderstorm are a high note."

Wayne Myers, Oneida Daily Dispatch - March 18th 2005

 

Colorado Springs Independant

THE CHERRY ORCHARD by Anton Checkhov

"Lighting designer Scott Clyve beautifully augments this austere design with atmospheric and directed lighting that work perfectly

with the demands of the theater-in-the-round. The few grisaille backdrop paintings of cherry trees are so well executed and lit

that they appear to be bas-relief."

Andrea Lucard, Colorado Springs Independant - April 17th 2003

 

Sun-Sentinel

SONG OF SINGAPORE by Allan Katz and Erik Frandsen, Michael Garin, Robert Hipkens and Paula Lockheart

"...The set is beautifully lighted and colorful. Area Chinese restaurants please take note."

Bill Von Maurer, Sun-Sentinel - January 27, 1996

 

The Gazette (Colorado Springs)

ARABIAN NIGHTS by Dominic Cooke

"...Scott Clyve's brilliant lighting complete the exotic atmosphere."

Mark Arnest, The Gazette - Oct 14, 2005

 

Boston Globe

SAINT JOAN by George Bernard Shaw.

"...Anita Fuchs's set uses soft toned drawings and delicate Gothic arches to evoke Shaw's castles, cathedrals and fortresses, all

given mood and substance by Scott Clyve's sensitive lighting."

Louise Kennedy, Boston Globe - November 6, 2008

 

The Theater Mirror

DESIGN FOR LIVING by Noel Coward

"...Both artists use effective palettes, bolstered by Scott Clyve's careful lighting. The BCA's oldest theatre has seldom looked

better. And Sir Noel hasn't been better served."

Will Stackman, The Theater Mirror -January 8, 2007

1776 by Russell Sherman

"...Stone's incomparable script gives each character his own moment, so that we fell we know each and every member of the

Philadelphia assembly --- and each of the twenty-six performers at the Lyric glow from within, even without Scott Clyve's

evocative pinpoint lighting."

Beverly Creasey, The Theater Mirror - September 28, 2006

 

The Edge

DESIGN FOR LIVING by Noel Coward

"...Scott Clyve’s lighting design helps offset this visual disjunction, with soft and rosy illumination in some spots and hard, clear

lighting elsewhere, and you get the feeling that director Spiro Veloudos positions his players just so at specific moments to

let the light bolster the energetic performances."

Kilian Melloy, The Edge - January 9, 2007

THE WOMEN by Claire Booth Luce

"...Scott Clyve's lighting design gives the production a classy sheen."

Robert Nesti, The Edge - September 22, 2006

 

OOBR

LARGO DESOLATO by Vaclav Havel Translated by Tom Stoppard

"...the bold palette of Scott Clyve's lighting, gave the evening the singular look of a well-designed work of graphic art."

Doug DeVita, OOBR June17, 1999

 

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