Forty dark gray mannequins attached to a black aluminum structure created the backdrop for the Montreal production of L’amour, la mort et le prêt-à-porter, the French version of Nora and Delia Ephron’s Love, Loss, and What I Wore (based on the eponymous book by Ilene Beckerman). This 90-minute play features women chatting about their relationships and what they wear.
Clifton Taylor designed the ligjhting for A Dancer's Dream, an evening-length production with the New York Philharmonic featuring New York City Ballet star Sara Mearns, created in conjunction with Giants Are Small.
Lighting designer Jeff Ravitz has been honored with two regional Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lighting Design from both the Pacific Southwest and the Michigan chapters of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
This year’s honors for triple Tony Award-winning set and costume designer Desmond Heeley include the USITT Distinguished Achievement Award in both Costume Design & Technology and Scene Design (the first time the Institute has given both awards to one designer) and the Robert L.B.
Horizontal and vertical lines of color-changing LEDs controlled by wireless DMX have transformed the façade of the Stamford, Connecticut Train Station, conceived by a group dubbed Team Light Wrangler, comprising LD Jamie Burnett of Luminous Environments LLC, visual artist/glass sculptor Joy Wulke of Projects for a New Millennium, visual artist Sandy Garnett, and Steve Hamelin of Supertech.