...gorgeous lights from Tristan Roberson this [play] adds up to a brilliant piece of work and I haven't even mentioned the cast yet.

 

-Jay Irwin, Broadway World

...a good word is due for Tristan Roberson’s lighting. It helps define mood and place in many shades of gray.

 

-Misha Berson, Seattle Times

I also have to commend the amazing set and lighting design from Tristan Roberson as he's incorporated a light grid into the floor of the stage that was practically another character in the piece...

 

-Jay Irwin, Broadway World

[the] scenic design prominently stacks dozens of monitors to display Tristan Roberson’s effective video contributions...

 

-Misha Berson, Seattle Times

The issues brought up in the show may not be comfortable ones but they are certainly engaging and powerful made all the more powerful by the well crafted and designed video projections from Tristan Roberson.

 

-Jay Irwin, Broadway World

The hacker-dude-Amazon-fantasy-live-action-music-video thing shows off the awesome, Tron-like qualities of Tristan Roberson's fantastic set...

 

-Rich Smith, The Stranger

The internet could be represented by a complex set or a bare stage. So Rawley, along with choreographer Alyza DelPan-Monley and designer Tristan Roberson, found a gorgeously elegant solution.

 

-Brendan Kiley, Seattle Times

Director Bobbin Ramsey, who’s helmed several impressive productions for experimental-minded troupe The Horse in Motion, delivers a visually arresting work, aided by Tristan Roberson, whose stark lighting and unnerving projections help make “Things” a piercing horror fable — and a welcome affirmation of theater that aims for more than a purely functional narrative.

 

-Dusty Somers, Seattle Times

Schwartz’s monologues provided some of the most compelling moments in the show, but the most praise should be heaped upon video/projections designer Tristan Roberson for animating Shawn Ketchum Johnson's giant wall of televisions

-Rich Smith, The Stranger

Everything about this small jewel of a production—directed by Kelly Kitchens—feels right, from terrific casting and acting to moody, canopy-filtered lighting (by Tristan Roberson) to Pierce’s strong, naturalistic 2012 script.

 

-Margaret Friedman, Seattle Weekly

....haunting projections from Tristan Roberson both of which add just a little more insight into the onslaught of madness and rage in Othello's mind.

 

-Jay Irwin, Broadway World

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