Prince Edward Theatre
Matt Kinley and Totie Driver
Bob Avian and Geoffrey Garratt
Technically this new production is jaw droopingly good. Bruno Poet's lighting design is epic throughout, but particularly during 'American Dream'. I don’t often walk out of a theatre raving about a lighting design, but it’s impossible not to notice Poet’s magnificent work.
link West End Frame
Bruno Poet supplies us with a visual treat with some of the best lighting I’ve seen within a theatre,
link John-Webb Carter, londontheatre1.com
"masterfully lit by Bruno Poet in a design that uses darkness as its most powerful tool."
link Alice Saville, Exeunt Magazine
Bruno Poet is on spectacular form with a stunning lighting design, that is textured and layered engulfing the space and set design with a rapid fluidity and sharpness that is rarely seen with such finesse in musical theatre.
"Beautifully lit by Bruno Poet, it conveys the opulent sleaze of the Vietnam nightclubs and also creates moments of intimate ardour and panoramic horror."
link Henry Hitchings, Evening Standard
" the look and sound of it are sensational"..."The big set pieces are truly eye-popping but not at the expense of the intimacy and no-holds-barred intensity of the performances, "..."designer Bruno Poet's dazzlingly choreographed lighting..."
link Edward Seckerson, The Arts Desk