PRAISE FOR FAR AWAY:

“The lighting design by Oona Curley is inventive ... bursts brightly for a few electrifying moments, adding sparks of energy.”

"EXPLOSIVELY IMAGINATIVE."

- Dan Dwyer + CB Wismar, The Berkshire Edge (full review 1 + 2

 

PRAISE FOR IN A WORD **NYT CRITIC'S PICK**:

"OONA CURLEY'S LIGHTING AND SET DESIGN CREATE INSTANTANEOUS TRANSITIONS THAT MOVE AT THE SPEED OF THOUGHT. ...A SHOW THAT EVOLVES WITH EVERY MOMENT, AND MOVES LIKE MUSIC."

- Robert Price, The Reviews Hub (full review)

"Lauren Yee's intelligent script is matched by the production's staging (from director Tyne Rafaeli and set and lighting designer Oona Curley).”

- Adrienne Urbanski, Theatre is Easy (full review)

 

PRAISE FOR UNDERGROUND RAILROAD GAME **NYT Pick for Best Theater of 2016**:

"in-all-ways sensational ... EXCEPTIONALLY RESOURCEFUL DESIGN TEAM ... searing theatrical visuals."

Ben Brantley, The New York Times (full review)

"riveting, whip-smart performance piece."

- Peter Marks, The Washington Post (full review)

 

Praise for an intimate evening with typhoid mary:

"This arrestingly designed fever dream of a play starts strong and ends gloriously ... Oona Curley’s excellent lighting, shifting from shadowy to glamorous to blindingly clinical — delineates the defiant unreality of Marty’s mind from the reality of the hospital room."

- Laura Collins Hughes, The New York Times (full review)

 

PRAISE FOR SWEAT & TEARS:

"...WONDERFULLY LIT BY OONA CURLEY .... BOLD PRODUCTION DESIGN."

- Ryan Hudak, New York Theater Review (full review)

 

praise for 4.48 psychosis:

"Oona Curley has done a wonderful job with her space—inside a large, empty room that resembles an unfinished construction site, she has built a tiny room enclosed by drapes, so that we are nearly nose-to-nose with actors whose voices boom and echo throughout an unseen darkness."

- Aaron Botwick, Scribicide (full review)