"The second hero of the show is Coby Chasman-Beck’s, lighting designer.
What he has created is the mastery of the world."
A Ring In Brooklyn
“Coby Chasman-Beck expertly lights Hoffman’s set and Kimberly Overton’s period costumes,
including Jenn’s drop dead gorgeous floral-printed frock.”
- Stage Scene LA
“Lighting designer Coby Chasman-Beck demonstrates an innate skill by softly
illuminating the various playings paces of this venue's small stage.”
“Working well are Michael Hoffman’s scenery, moved about the stage by the cast, and
Coby Chasman-Beck’s lighting, which delineates the story’s numerous scene changes”.
-Arts In LA
“The intimate Skylight Theatre Skylab could be more accurately called a “white box” than a
black box; its bright walls and Coby Chasman-Beck’s lighting encourage the audience not
to be too fully absorbed in the onstage drama, but to also observe their fellow audience members.”
-Sarah Taylor Ellisa
“The attention to detail and gentle accents by lighting designer Coby Chasman-Beck gives the
audience a reason to believe that this is a home that someone would fight to hold onto.”
-The Poughkeepsie Journal
"Coby Chasman-Beck’s vivid lighting design makes Off-Broadway West, LLC’s
relatively minimalist set look its best."
-Stage Scene LA
“Lighting was ambitiously designed by Coby Chasman-Beck.”
-LA Theatre Review
“Director Victor Warren keeps his committed cast atop the zigzags around set designer
Lacey Alzec's minimalist porticos and Coby Chasman-Beck’s intense lighting plot.”
“Coby Chasman-Beck’s lighting effectively underscores the play’s various shifts.”