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Sydney bridge upside down, 2013

Sydney bridge upside down, 2013

Wellington's Taki Rua Theatre used image projection as a central element of their 2013 production of Sydney bridge upside down, a stage adaptation of the novel of the same name by David Ballantyne. The lighting designer was Nathan McKendry. He worked with set designer Kasia Pol, composer and sound designer John Gibson, and audiovisual and multimedia designer Robert Appierdo.

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Taki Rua Productions
Photograph by Mark Bellringer

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Bill Guest, 'Theatre design - Costume, lighting and sound design', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/photograph/42327/sydney-bridge-upside-down-2013 (accessed 30 September 2020)

Story by Bill Guest, published 22 Oct 2014