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"The physical production was simply amazing, with everything from shadow puppets... to morphing staging to flying sea creatures. David Arsenault was responsible for the beautiful and elaborate set, taking the audience below and above the sea, while Travis McHale illuminated it with truly imaginative lighting. The picture was rounded out by the evocative costumes of Aaron Patrick DeClerk."
"David Arsenault’s colorful set is, as always, ingenious, and there are enough special effects to keep even the most tech-hardened kids entertained."
Daily Upper Valley
The dressing is top of the line. In this case, we mean lighting, sets, and costumes, each of which earns five stars. David Arsenault designed an overarching set reminiscent of a scalloped shell, a striking element used by lighting designer Travis McHale to create a myriad of flowing displays in a rainbow of colors. It was genuine eye candy which continued to surprise and please with new effects throughout the entire play.