Ellen Lampert-Greaux

Russian Roulette: An Imperial Measure 
Mimi Lien describes her set design process for Natasha, Pierre, And The Great Comet Of 1812, now on Broadway at Imperial Theatre.
Justin Townsend Lights Penny Arcade At St Ann’s Warehouse
Light plays an important role in this one-woman show that takes us through the decades of life in New York City.
Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet Of 1812; photo by Matt Rosss
The New York Times: Best Theatre Of 2016
Here's a quick look at the designs and designers for some of The New York Times best picks of 2016.
Bob Barnhart's Lighting Plots For 2016 AMAs  1
Check out lighting plots and gear list for the 2016 AMAs, with lighting design by Bob Barnhart of 22 Degrees.
Counting Sheep
Video artist Tal Yarden and co-producer Jessica Medenbach have created a visual lullaby for Times Square with Counting Sheep, to be played on Time Square's electronic billboards at 11:57 pm each night of December.
Blue Man Group Celebrates 25 Years 1
Three bald, earless, blue heads are the center of an internationally acclaimed entertainment empire that uses cutting-edge technology in all of its shows.
Katz On Cats 
Natasha Katz opens up about lighting the Broadway revival of Tony Award-winning musical, Cats.
Bob Barnhart Talks About The GLP GT-1 At 2016 AMAs
Lighting designer Bob Barnhart of 22 Degrees tried out GLP’s new GT-1, which premiered at LDI 2016, at the 44th annual American Music Awards.
Vietgone: One Play, Multiple Productions
Vietgone, a new play by Qui Nguyen, was commissioned and first produced by South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa, CA, has been seen at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and is currently at Manhattan Theatre Club.
Drone Design At Disney
A new holiday experience at Disney Springs in Orlando, FL features 300 show drones illuminating the night sky.
The Invisible City Of George Tsypin 
Scenic designer/architect George Tsypin’s new book, George Tsypin Opera Factory: Invisible City, reflects on his design process and a New York state of mind.
Magic Wands Of Light 
Neil Austin discusses his lighting design for Harry Potter And The Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre in London's West End.
What's Trending: In Our Dreams
Closing in on the eve of LDI2016, we asked three lighting designers, who are also speaking at the conference, to tell us what they are looking for, or what they hope to find, as they cruise the exhibit hall.
What’s Trending: Video Design On A Dime
Three highly visual pundits—Andrew Benson, Hsuan-Kuang Hsieh, and Mathieu Jacques—share their software picks for cost-effective solutions that don’t skimp on delivery.
Gold Medal Projections In Rio 
Video projection for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies at the 2016 Olympic Games at the Maracanã Stadium in Rio was provided by Panasonic, the Official Worldwide Audio Visual Olympic Partner.
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