by Beth Henley, directed by Jenn Thompson, Hartford Stage, CT / remounted at The Actors Company Theatre (TACT), NYC
costumes: Tracy Christensen, lighting: Philip S. Rosenberg, sound: Toby Jaguar Algya

Hartford cast: Kevin Kelly, James Knight, John Leonard Thompson, Monique Vukovic, Brenda Withers; TACT cast: Ted Koch, Todd Lawson, Kelly McAndrew, Tracy Middendorf, Jeff Talbott

additional photos provided by T. Charles Erickson, copyright protected images


Connecticut Critics Circle Award nomination, Outstanding Set Design

Off Broadway Alliance Award winner, Best Play Revival

New York Times Critics' Pick

"Wilson Chin's scenic design has a stark beauty, all sky and wood and open space, with a haunting upstage illusion that rises and sets like a curtain of gray clouds."– Anita Gates, New York Times

"The expansion and desolation of the Grest West is beautifully realized by Wilson Chin who paints a grim but gorgeous landscape."– Tom Holehan, Post-Chronicle

"I get the sense of awesome isolation in the Wyoming wilderness in Wilson Chin's big sky vista and huge ever-rotating stage."– Frank Rizzo, Hartford Courant

"Wilson Chin's exquisite set design conveys the vastness and uncompromising nature of the frontier through a series of clever backdrops and a wide proscenium."– Andrew Beck, Examiner

"On the incredibly inventive set by Wilson Chin, the audience is given a first rate production of an underserved work."– Joseph Verlezza, Theatre Reviews Limited