Guys and Dolls (The Muny)
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (The Muny)
A Christmas Carol (The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis)
"Dorothy Marshall Englis’ wonderful costume creations, which were all made in The Rep’s own costume shop, came to life with every small detail glistening under Rob Denton’s wonderful lighting design."
42nd Street (The Muny)
"Michael Schweikardt provides the impressive, multi-dimensional set design that is brilliantly illuminated with Rob Denton’s lighting"
The Blue-Sky Boys (Capital Repertory Theatre)
All The Way (The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis)
The Winslow Boy (The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis)
Seussical (The Muny)
"Tech was a true star in these efforts, with lighting designer Rob Denton giving the old razzle-dazzle using vivid fireflies and illuminating flashlights, and video designer Nathan Scheuer creating a canvas for Seuss-like drawings, a starlit night and the Cat-cam on the LED screen, its most effective use yet."
"Rob Denton dazzlingly lights the panoramic set designed by Robert Mark Morgan that looks like an oversized and colorful Dr. Seuss book, with eye-popping costumes furnished by Leon Dobkowski accentuating the effects. Jason Krueger’s sound design adds to the overall impression, while Valerie Gebert’s musical direction of The Muny orchestra is tight and totally terrific."
Porgy and Bess (The Muny)
In fact, the designers (for sets, Riccardo Hernandez, his work adapted for the Muny by Robert Mark Morgan, and for lighting, Christopher Akerlind, his work adapted for the Muny by Rob Denton) drench the opening scenes in sepia. It’s not just an old-fashioned color, though; it’s the color of the heavy, sun-soaked season that Clara (Sumayya Ali), a young mother, extols in show’s opening moments.
Billy Elliot, The Musical (The Muny)
West Side Story (The Muny)
"...lit by Rob Denton, has unexpected density..."