Mathias Wardeck - Set Design

What the press says....


Educating Rita" by Willy Russell

Mathias Wardeck's set is minimally captivating...

AngloINFO, February 22, 2016

"Fat Pig" by Neil LaBute

The implicitly of LaBute's barbed-wire dialogue is magnified by Mathias Wardeck's minimal set design......

AngloINFO, September 14, 2015

"The Fox" by Allan Miller

Also the intelligent set design should not be unmentioned for its charm lies in its authenticity and simplicity. Each time the front door opened into the winter night, the coldness was almost noticeable even though there were no outer walls in order to allow the audience the view into the farm yard. I hardly remember a stronger effect on stage.

431verstaerker e-magazine, Oktober 19, 2011

"Mrs.Warren's Profession" by Bernhard Shaw

....the atmospheric English ambiance by Mathias Wardeck....does Shaw justice.....

Die Welt, February 26, 2011

In addition to the aforementioned wonderful pastel scenes of the stage designer Mathias Wardeck……….All in all a captivating evening of theater!

Die Auswartige Presse , March 3, 2011

The Subject Was Roses” by Frank Gilroy

The living room and kitchen set and the costumes of this production are realistic to the point that the small refrigerator in it is a Frigidaire, an American brand……. Kudos to the designer Mathias Wardeck…….at a certain moment the play achieved a Chekhovian level of veracity that is a tribute to the artistic skills of the actors, director and supporting staff.

The Hamburg Express, March 02, 2010

“Caught in the net” by Ray Cooney

“The play is engaging from the first minutes to the last – thanks to excellent performances and a cunning set design by Mathias Wardeck – that the viewer feels inevitably “caught” in the same” net”…………

The Hamburg Express, November 29, 2008

 “Corpse!” by Gerald Moon

“One big compliment belongs at this point to the set designer (Mathias Wardeck), who did arrange both flats with characteristic details. Remarkable in this context is especially the opening mechanism of Rupert's house bar, which is an effectively surprise.”

Hamburger Wochenblatt, May 9, 2007

“An Ideal Husband” by Oscar Wilde

“Good old England at the English Theatre: the whole splendor of the Victorian Age ………..spread out by designer Mathias Wardeck.”

Hamburger Wochenblatt, May 10, 2000

„Come Blow Your Horn“ by Neil Simon

“The designer Mathias Wardeck did a marvelous job. The set design is so naturalistic it makes one shudder.”

Die Welt, November 25, 2000

„Private Lives“ by Noel Coward

„A lovingly, not overbearing set design transfers the audience into the „Jazz age“of the twenties.......“

Hamburger Abendblatt, April 26, 1997

“The Last Of The Red Hot Lovers” by Neil Simon

“This title, set in an apartment in the East Thirties, New York in 1969, is well captured by the set design of Mathias Wardeck…..

The Stage, April 10, 1997

As You Like It” by William Shakespeare

Designer Mathias Wardeck’s leafy Forest of Arden…………contributes to a production of great clarity and charm…………..you have an As You Like IT to treasure.

The Stage, June 20, 1996

 
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