" and Yael Pardess's set design is beautifully effective in its fresh simplicity."
"The Multiple levels of Yael Pardess' metal-framed background with dress-maker's dummies clothes in a hodgepodge of period costumes. They represent the citizens of England, and whenever a character dies or is murdered, one of the dummies is covered with a red cloth. By the end, the populace is drenched in that bloudy color. Nice touch."
" Strong part of this production are the sets by Yael Pardess, who continues to grace Los Angeles with her evocative work."
Director: Robert Egan
Lights: Richard Hoyes