David Barbour

David
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Lighting in Stereo 
You can take the LD out of the clubs, but can you take the clubs out of the LD? Apparently not, as David Wolfe has discovered. A longtime club LD in New
I hate to complain 
Originally, I was going to fill this column with my annual rant against the Tony Awards. This year, they really outdid themselves. The design winners
LIGHTING ETHNICITY 
That unique phenomenon Yanni is once again wooing audiences with his distinctive blend of world music sounds in a tour aptly titled Ethnicity. Once again,
SIB Gets a New Name, New Image, New Focus 
The SIB trade show, the every-other-year celebration of club lighting and sound technology (and of partying and delicious Italian food) held in Rimini,
Killers in the Kitchen 
Thomas Hase lights The Smell of the Kill at Cincinnati Play House
Tuscan Sunshine 
Enchanted April on Broadway
Perpetual Anticipation 
I'm back from Lightfair International, an experience that has left me musing about the weird pace of change in this business
Thinking about Standards 
There's a lot of good stuff in this issue, but, to me, Kathleen and Michael Eddy's look at standards for pyro is of primary importance. We all saw the
Gambling on LEDs 
Harrah's Atlantic City exterior
Grooving in Gloucester 
The first UK-based installation of Robe's new recessed color-changing units
Garden of Evil 
Suddenly Last Summer at Berkeley Repertory Theatre
Off Broadway Roundup 
Our Lady of 121st Street and Dublin Carol
Turbulence Approaching 
You don't need me to tell you that our little world is changing at warp speed
Tokyo Story 
The adventures of an American LD in Japan
Bridges and More Bridges 
In the February issue, we ran a series of articles about lighting for bridges. Since then, we have learned that there are many more such endeavors in

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