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“Thoroughly Modern Millie”

“Jonathan Collins’ sets never fail to astound, and this versatile design pays homage to the Art Deco motif that defined the ‘20s.” – Long Island Press “[Jonathan] Collins’ stunning set is enhanced beautifully Cory Pattack’s spot-on lighting.” – Broadway World “A beautiful, versatile set by designer Jonathan Collins” – NY[…]

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“The Cottage” at the Engeman Theater

“a handsomely detailed set by Jonathan Collins, who turns the title abode into a virtual character. These are folks of means and taste — comfortable without being conspicuous — down to their fashion statements (personality-revealing costumes by Tristan Raines)” – Newsday “The ‘cottage’ designed by the incomparable Jonathan Collins– which[…]

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“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike” at the Engeman Theater

“Furnished with an old set of cushioned wrought iron furniture and rattan, the room, with its worn verdigris-hued wooden shingles, has seen better days. The set, which resonates with authenticity, is another exquisite creation by Jonathan Collins– the perfect venue for Durang’s flawed characters to strut their stuff.” – Northport[…]

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“A Christmas Story” at the John W. Engeman Theater

“The sets, designed by Jonathan Collins, flow seamlessly from modest Parker home to classroom to the land of imagination” – NYTimes “It would be remiss of me not to mention the most impressive set I have yet to see at this theater. Brilliantly designed by Jonathan Collins, it consists of[…]

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“Deathtrap” at the John W. Engeman Theater

“on Jonathan Collins’ meticulously ostentatious set […] Sidney Bruhl’s lodge-like Connecticut home is a museum devoted to his career, replete with posters of his long-past hits and artifacts of scripted mayhem — from pistols to crossbows.” – Newsday “Additionally, you can’t help but notice Jonathan Collins’ remarkable set that dresses[…]

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“Plaza Suite”

“But the visual star is Jon Collins’ re-creation of a swanky suite from the Plaza’s gilded past.” – Newsday “Jonathan Collins […] is once again at the top of his game, and the result is nothing short of spectacular. A plethora of crown molding accented call to mind the tall[…]

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“Other Desert Cities” at the Engeman Theater

“This is a play in which production values matter, partly because appearances are important to most of the characters […] Fortunately, Jonathan Collins has designed a glossy living room for the Wyeths, in which every element is uniformly muted, top-quality and color-coordinated, even the Christmas tree that bears only carefully[…]

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“Twelve Angry Men”

“The marvelously detailed set designed by Jonathan Collins, nicely lighted by Driscoll Otto, is a fitting complement. The scruffy jury room has an air of fading bureaucratic grandeur. Even the lighting fixtures, including one in a hallway outside, look authentic. An adjoining restroom, where some of the conversations take place,[…]

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