Ellen Lampert-Greaux

Ellen
Lampert-Greaux
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What's Trending: Post-LDI 2016 
Designers John Featherstone, Justin Townsend, Duane Schuler, and Ted Pallas have reported back with their post-LDI2016 thoughts about what they saw. So what did they all spy at LDI?
Clifton Taylor's Lighting Plots For Fall For Dance 2016 
Lighting designer Clifton Taylor shares the lighting plots from this year's Fall For Dance at New York City Center, for which he has been the lighting director since 2004.
Autumnal Moves 
Lighting designer Clifton Taylor has been the lighting director for Fall For Dance at New York City Center since the festival’s debut in 2004, and this year was no exception.
Russian Roulette: From Pasha To Punk 
In researching the costumes for Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet Of 1812, Paloma Young looked at sketches and portraits from the period, as well as photographs in museum catalogs.
Russian Roulette: Surrounded By Sound 
Sound designer Nicholas Pope discusses his design for Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet Of 1812 from the tent production to its current state at Broadway's Imperial Theatre.
A Multilayer Binaural Sound Track For The Encounter 
Listen to the soundbites from sound designers Gareth Fry and Pete Malkin's multilayer binaural sound tracking for the Broadway production of The Encounter.
Chad Shelton Scholarship Fund Started
Funds are being raised to create a scholarship at San Diego State University in the name of Chad Shelton, who was killed in a violent robbery in Las Vegas.
Beowulf Boritt: Designing The Sets For A Bronx Tale
Tony winner Beowulf Boritt talks about his scenic designs for A Bronx Tale on The Broadway Channel's series Building Broadway
Russian Roulette: Lighting Fit For A Czar 
Lighting designer Bradley King discusses his design for Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet Of 1812 from its earliest beginnings at Ars Nova to its current state at Broadway's Imperial Theatre, as well as shares his lighting plots.
Close Encounters 
Live Design chats with sound designer Gareth Fry about the multilayer binaural sound track in Broadway play The Encounter.
Bryce Cutler: Rising Star Winner Photo Gallery
Learn more about scenic and media designer Bryce Cutler, winner of the 2017 USITT Rising Star Award, sponsored annually by Live Design/LDI.
Land Of 1,000 Lights On Fifth Avenue 1
Chris Werner has once again designed the holiday light show at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City.
Bryce Culter Named 2017 Rising Star Award Winner
Scenic and media designer Bryce Cutler will be the recipient of the 2017 Rising Star Award at USITT, as sponsored annually by LDI/Live Design.
USITT Supports Theatre Industry With $500,000 Commitment
The United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT) Board of Directors has announced the commitment of $500,000 to increase the impact of some of the organization's most important programs: Rigging Safety, Gateway Diversity, and Innovation Research Grants.
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.
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