Long Day's Journey Into Night
American Stage, 2019
Over the course of a single day, the Tyrone family shows their love for one another, their dysfunction, and their collective struggle with addiction. The lighting design illustrated the passage of time and changes in the environment over this fateful day.
Act IV: Late in the evening.
Act I: 10am, sunny morning.
Act II, Scene 1: Lunchtime, sunny day becoming hazy.
"The crew’s biggest star, however, is Phillip Franck and his poetic lighting effects. He re-creates the illuminations of the light bulbs that stingy Tyrone tries to turn off and provides a striking silhouette of Mary on the stairs and Tyrone next to her on stage, separated by a cleverly translucent wall."
"- Creative Pinellas. "A Transcendent Passing of Time: American Stage's Long Day's Journey Into Night." By Julie Garisto. June 10, 2019.