Press


Avenue Q

“Darren E. Levin’s lighting design is gorgeous and seamlessly integrated, directing the eyes of every audience member to where they need to focus and highlighting the goings-on as they happen onstage.”

Jeffrey Ellis for Broadway World


Smart People

“Just as important to the production’s success are the various design elements which create an aesthetic that seems perfect for both the subject matter and the setting of Smart People: Hoff’s set is extraordinary; Trish Clark’s costumes clothe the actors with regard for who they are and what they are in their lives; Darren E. Levin’s lighting design illuminates the story, helping the audience to follow the story with ease; and Kyle Odum’s sound design ensures every utterance is heard.”

Jeffrey Ellis for Broadway World


Posterity

“Aided by Darren Levin’s lighting design, the framework, not only looks like a finished sculpture, but at times seems reminiscent of the intricate crevices and ridges of the brain, mirroring the eventual depth at which our two artists finally find common ground – the perception of their true posterity.”

Jonathan Pinkerton for Nashville Arts Critic


Pageant

“But what amazed me the most was the lighting.  There’s no doubt a lot of lights on a beauty pageant stage.  But what got me was how the lights – which were also set for “Nunsense” were used.  It was a total transformation making the beauty pageant even more believable to all of us in attendance.”

Carrie Moore for the Custer County Chronicle


Good Monsters

“Darren E. Levin’s evocative lighting illuminates the story and directing the focus of the audience’s eyes in the process.”

Jeffrey Ellis for Broadway World


Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead

“Darren E. Levin’s lighting also makes us sure we move as rapidly in time and place as the playwright would have us go.”

Jonathan Pinkerton for Nashville Arts Critic