Diva: Live From Hell
Theatre for the New City, NYC
Theatre in the Now, April 2nd, 2017 by Michael Block
"The scenic design from Dan Geggatt and Caitlyn Murphy was perfect for Desmond. This diva needed her stage and her runway and he got it. With headshots and photos through the ages, red string lights, and cabaret tables galore, the smoky lounge was elevated even further through the pristine lighting from Paige Seber."
The Workshop Theatre, NYC
The New York Times, September 16th, 2016 by Andy Webster
"And then we are in a home of pronounced decay: papers strewn on the floor, a fetid sink, wood slats peeking behind crumbling drywall. (The wonderfully decrepit set is by Daniel Geggatt and Caitlyn Murphy.)"
Theatremania, September 14th, 2016 by Zachary Stewart
"Flesh peels off the walls in Daniel Geggatt's enchanting set for Crackskull Row..."
Woman Around Town "Playing Around", September 7th, 2016 by Alix Cohen
"Daniel Geggatt's set design is at the same time eminently artistic and so genuine looking, one practically itches."
Light & Sound America "Theatre in Review", September 6th, 2016 by David Barbour
"One look at Daniel Geggatt's set for Crackskull Row and you know that you are in for an evening of unrelieved squalor. The script for Honor Molloy's drama calls for 'a shitheap' somewhere in Dublin, and the designer has honored that request, in spades. The plaster is coming off the walls, dirt stains are omnipresent, and a single bare bulb dangles over the filthy sink; elsewhere a couple of traffic warning lights are illuminated, seemingly signaling danger ahead. Audiences, take note."
The Reviews Hub, September 6th, 2016 by Adrienne Sowers
"Against a phenomenal set designed by Daniel Geggatt, the twists and turns of the family history careen their way through the theatre as themes of incest, prostitution, domestic violence, and murder drive the plot forward."
Woyzeck: The Human Experiment
The Secret Theatre, NYC
Theatre in the Now, June 17th, 2015 by Michael Block
"The set by Daniel Geggatt was simply surreal. With the iconic red and white tent-like barrier, it was clear where we were. The wall of props that the company pulled off was a brilliant touch that adds to the concept"
The Cell Theatre, NYC
The New York Times, December 18th, 2014 by Claudia La Rocco
"Here in this case is The Cell, an aptly claustrophobic space (the front row of the audience is essentially sitting in Daniel Geggatt's pitch-perfect set)..."
Theatre in the Now, December 11th, 2014 by Michael Block
"Scenic designer Daniel Geggatt does a wonderful job of using the space, incorporating the architecture into his design. The ambiance brings you into the bedroom, allowing you to feel like a fly on the wall. Geggatt too has a nice eye for detail with the pieces and decor in the room."