David Johnson

The Last Waltz For LCD Soundsystem 
LD Eric Cathcart Helps LCD Soundsystem Go Out In Style For Its Final Show At The Garden
LCD Soundsystem Is Playing At Its Own House, Part 1 
It's perhaps the hipster event of the year: the last show ever of LCD Soundsystem, the NY-based dance rock outfit known for such indie hits as "Drunk Girls" and "Daft Punk Is Playing At My House," in its own backyard, with five shows at Terminal 5 that culminate in one last hurrah at Madison Square Garden on April 2
Five Questions With Alex Murphy, Lighting Associate, U2 360˚ 
Lighting associate on the U2 360˚ tour Alex Murphy discusses the daunting challenge of calling the followspots, among other duties.
On The Live Blog: PLASA, Innit? 
Greetings from the second day of PLASA
On The Live Blog: Mile-High Bruce Rodgers 
Earlier this year we noted that Bruce Rodgers was the set designer for this year’s Democratic National Convention
Live Design's Light Lunch: 3 Men and a Little Pizza 
Every so often, the entertainment technology industry reverberates with earth-shattering business news: a major player moves to the competition, massive
This year's crop of Sound Products of the Year represents five of the best for theatre sound as chosen by our panel of judges. Why five and not the usual
Notes From the Back Row: An Industry's Milestones 
It's a big year for milestone anniversaries. ESTA is celebrating its 20th year. Pook, Diemont & Ohl is celebrating its 25th. Barbizon is celebrating its
In Good Hands 
I've been putting pen to paper in this space for over 10 years now, starting with my first letter from the editor in Theatre Crafts International in the
Thinking Outside The Lightbox 
Contributions by two top designers provide some food for thought in this veritable smorgasbord of an issue, our largest ever. First up is Patrick Dierson,
Old School 
Where were you in 1986? I had just moved to New York City from Ohio. It was October, and the city had Mets fever. Doc Gooden, Straw, The Kid, Nails, and
The Girl With Kaleidoscope Eyes 
Every time Cirque du Soleil unveils a new production, I say to myself, Okay, we can let this one pass. Surely there can't be anything new and groundbreaking
Sketchbook: A Canadian Ring 
The Ring Cycle is the operatic equivalent of Mt. Everest; every opera company feels compelled to try to climb it at one time or another, though not necessarily
Express Yourself 
First things first: please send all hate mail concerning this month's cover to my attention. Yes, I'm to blame. Yes, I know it's provocative. And yes,
Chinese Takeout 
Like the band itself, the brief summer Guns N' Roses tour was both a long time coming and hastily arranged, a mix of old parts and new components that
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