Projection Design

A Disappearing Number by Complicite

Direction Nick Bowling

  • Scenic William Boles

  • Lighting Rachel Levy

  • Costume Sally Dolembo

  • Sound Mikhail Fiskel

Projections Team

  • Assistant Pornchanok Kanchanabanca

  • Programming David Clauson

  • Projectionist Ben Zeman

Timeline Theatre Company 2017

Rasean Davonte Johnson's video projections are a constant presence, seeping the stage in environments from the horrors of World War I to a clacking 21st century train car speeding across India. Catey Sullivan Chicago Theatre Beat

"The videos and projections by Rasean Davonte Johnson are amazing and add a great deal to the overall feel of the story-telling" Alan Bresloff Around the Town Chicago

"William Boles’s sparse scenic design cleverly conveys a wide variety of locales, aided by Rasean Davonte Johnson’s captivating and innovative projection design, Rachel Levy’s lighting, and Mikhail Fiksel’s delightful sound design." Rachel Weinberg Performink

"Rolling desks, chairs and a staircase move characters across countries as projections take us to rivers, skies and city streets... William Boles’ set, Rachel Levy’s lighting and Rasean Davonte Johnson’s projections evocatively support Bowlings’ direction." Susan Lieberman Picture this Post

"TimeLine amplifies the storylines’ weights and counterweights with a live music score by Ronnie Malley, Bob Garrett and Mikhail Fiksel and dazzling projections by Rasean Davonte Johnson." Lawrence Bommer Stage and Cinema

Photos by Rasean Davonte Johnson