A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder

PRODUCTION CREDITS

Directed by Darko Tresnjak
Written by Robert L. Freedman and Steven Lutvak
Choreography by Peggy Hickey
Scenic Design by Alexander Dodge
Costume Design by Linda Cho
Lighting Design by Philip Rosenberg
Sound Design by Dan Moses Schreier
Video and Projection Design by Aaron Rhyne

CURRENT PRODUCTIONS

US National Tour

PRODUCTION HISTORY

Broadway, The Walter Kerr Theatre, 2013 - 2014
The Old Globe, 2013
Hartford Stage, 2012

Drama-Desk-Logo

Drama Desk Winner, Outstanding Projection Design 2014

Craig Noel Award

Craig Noel Award Nomination, Outstanding Projection Design 2013

Tony

Winner of the 2014 Tony Award for Best Musical

"Under Darko Tresnjak’s witty direction — supported by the drolly imaginative scenic and projection design of Alexander Dodge and Aaron Rhyne, respectively — a series of morbidly hilarious events unfolds, involving simulated cracked ice, spilling pools of red and shadows of hysterical people running back and forth."
- USA Today

"Under Darko Tresnjak’s witty direction — supported by the drolly imaginative scenic and projection design of Alexander Dodge and Aaron Rhyne, respectively — a series of morbidly hilarious events unfolds, involving simulated cracked ice, spilling pools of red and shadows of hysterical people running back and forth."
- USA Today

"With its sumptuous design elements and versatile ensemble taking on multiple roles, this is a small-scale show that feels both intimate and lavish."
- Hollywood Reporter

"With its sumptuous design elements and versatile ensemble taking on multiple roles, this is a small-scale show that feels both intimate and lavish."
- Hollywood Reporter

"Part of the fun (and there’s a lot of fun to be had) is not only guessing how each death will happen, but watching them as they do. Director Darko Tresnjak, who stages the show in and around Alexander Dodge’s gorgeous Edwardian toy theater of a set, makes excellent use of projections (by Aaron Rhyne) and good old theatrical ingenuity (my particular favorite was flying red and black feathers as brains) to showcase the myriad ways that Mays meets his maker."
- Theatre Mania

"Part of the fun (and there’s a lot of fun to be had) is not only guessing how each death will happen, but watching them as they do. Director Darko Tresnjak, who stages the show in and around Alexander Dodge’s gorgeous Edwardian toy theater of a set, makes excellent use of projections (by Aaron Rhyne) and good old theatrical ingenuity (my particular favorite was flying red and black feathers as brains) to showcase the myriad ways that Mays meets his maker."
- Theatre Mania

"And the production team (which also includes projection ace Aaron Rhyne, lighting designer Philip S. Rosenberg, sound designer Dan Moses Schreier and costumer Linda Cho) adds dazzle to scene after scene, including one that seems to cross Monty Python with “Vertigo."
- UT San Diego

"And the production team (which also includes projection ace Aaron Rhyne, lighting designer Philip S. Rosenberg, sound designer Dan Moses Schreier and costumer Linda Cho) adds dazzle to scene after scene, including one that seems to cross Monty Python with “Vertigo."
- UT San Diego

"Aaron Rhyne’s projections are essential to creating the visual effects (Mr. Rhyne’s work just keeps getting better and better)."
- Talkin Broadway

"Aaron Rhyne’s projections are essential to creating the visual effects (Mr. Rhyne’s work just keeps getting better and better)."
- Talkin Broadway

"…particularly as aided and abetted by projection designer Aaron Rhyne’s clever animations."
- Stage Scene LA

"…particularly as aided and abetted by projection designer Aaron Rhyne’s clever animations."
- Stage Scene LA