“It was all there for the taking and, as a lighting designer, you could just see what the pictures needed to be.”
Chivers discusses having designed lighting for site-specific venues from warehouses to wastelands, explains her desire to demystify technology, and explores the differences between lighting for theatre and for dance.
She explains the role of light beyond basic illumination, from simply making things look good to actively manipulating an audience and the real-life artistic embodiment of rose-tinted glasses. Natasha specifically discusses her work on Terence Rattigan’s Deep Blue Sea , George Orwell’s 1984, and Shakespeare’s Globe’s 4-hour-long reworking of the Oresteia.
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