Category: Theater

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Live Event Front Lighting

Here’s some great info on live event front lighting from Daniel Connell and Andrew Stone from Church on the Move, in Tulsa, OK.  

Remembering Stage Designer, Mark Fisher

It was announced that Mark Fisher passed away on June 25th. Mark was a very gifted architect and stage designer, and over the last 25 years has created stages for U2, Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Cirque Du Soleil and even the Beijing Olympics opening and closing ceremonies. His incredible work even includes the mammoth “claw” […]

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Spotlight Series

We are always looking for new ways to educate and inspire all of our lighting friends, and one of the best ways to learn more about what you could be doing is to see what others are doing. This thought inspired the Spotlight Series, monthly interviews with people from different disciplines of lighting and production, […]

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Conventional Lighting 101

When talking about stage lighting you typically have two main types of lighting: conventional and intelligent. The difference is simple, conventional lighting is basically anything that only has one function, lighting up. Intelligent lighting refers to fixtures that have more abilities, such as focus, color change, gobos, prism, etc. In this 101 we’re going to […]

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