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Back the Night
"Rob Eastman-Mullins’s thoughtful set, on a broad but shallow thruststage, is anchored by a clock tower at one end and the observatory at the other. A pediment overhead bears the Greek letters Alpha Delta Theta, and autumn leaves — it’s October — litter the stage."
"Scenic designer Rob Eastman-Mullins’s set is gorgeous. Autumn leaves, Greek letters, and other collegiate imagery unobtrusively but firmly establish the play in its setting. The permanent background flexibly accommodates a range of scenes”
"Scenic designer Rob Eastman-Mullins has created a terrific set that feels like a cutout from an elegant children’s book. It includes a cozy bedroom as well as lit windows at night, a silhouette of a chapel, the name of a fraternity above an arch, fall leaves blowing through the sky and dark hills in the background."
The River Was Whiskey
“River begins with the sight of 10 fingers clasping a windowsill. They belong to an African-American youth identified only as Boy, who is crawling into a house filled with shadows--ably rendered by set designer Rob Eastman-Mullins . . . "
"The set design is impeccable, allowing the play to effortlessly vacillate between two time periods and three venues. . . . every prop on the stage invites then lulls the viewer to live in the time period with the characters; allows the audience to become the Black and White townspeople –the 5th and 6th actors who remain unseen but are certainly felt throughout the play. In fact, the set, lighting and much of the sound design keep us rooted in the story."
- The Fenway News
"The scenic design by Rob Eastman Mullins is an intricate and eerie web of thin black cords against a white background that defines the space like a modernist sculpture."