ON THE GOUNDS OF BELONGING - LONG WHARF
AMERICA V.2.1 - BARRINGTON STAGE
IN THE PENAL COLONY - NYTW NEXT DOOR
YASMINA’S NECKLACE - PREMIERE STAGES
THE NEW YORKER
Cha See’s inventive lighting, Enrico de Trizio’s alarming sound design, and Christopher and Justin Swader’s bunkerlike, corrugated-tin set offer a satisfying demonstration of unified purpose.
LIGHTING AND SOUND AMERICA
Cha See, must have been hard-pressed to do her job; so much the better, then, that she finds so many creative ways of delivering various looks.
THEN THEY FORGOT ABOUT THE REST
directed by David Mendizabal
EMERGING ARTIST 2019
TIME OUT NYC
NY STAGE REVIEW
WHAT TO SEND UP WHEN IT GOES DOWN
directed by Whitney White
CHA SEE ON PHILIPPINE/ USA NEWS
Thank you Philippine Daily Inquirer for a great interview!
directed by Adrienne Williams
BILLY AND THE KILLERS
directed by Craig George
"In particular, Cha See’s lighting turns wonderfully frenetic, and slightly demonic, with the actors at the mikes."
-Joseph Pisano, theaterscene.net
"What is done well is the set by Margaux Maeghit, which was perfect for the small venue. Also the haunting lighting design by Cha See is perfectly suited."
- Suzanna Bowling, Times Square Chronicles
directed by Morgan Green
BUSHWICK STARR opens on January 9, 2017
“Cha See’s lighting design helps emphasize the great darkness which isolates budding activists.”
- Michael Block, Theatre in the Now