Bonnie and Clyde

Broadway, Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre, 2011
Asolo Reperatory Theatre, 2010
La Jolla Playhouse, 2009
Jeff Calhoun, Director

“The production’s biggest success may be Aaron Rhyne’s projections, which include vintage photos of the real-life models for the characters on stage”

Entertainment Weekly

The production’s visual star is Aaron Rhyne’s projection work, utilizing images of the actual people involved that provide a tantalizing human complexity missing elsewhere.


“That’s also reflected in Tobin Ost’s settings, rough-hewn barn siding jazzed with Aaron Rhyne’s projections of sensationalist newspaper headlines and mug shots, all sympathetically lit by Michael Gilliam, often through a Dust Bowl haze.”

Bloomberg News

…energetic projection design by Aaron Rhyne

Associated Press

The best thing about the show is Tobin Ost’s clapboard-shack set, a well-lighted piece of clean-lined design that makes unusually effective use of Aaron Rhyne’s digital projections, most of which are based on contemporary newspaper accounts of the Barrow Gang

Wall Street Journal