Ellen Lampert-Greaux

Mind Games: Lighting Preludes, Part Two 
Bradley King discusses what it's like to light the spaces inside Rachmaninoff’s mind for the premiere of Preludes at Lincoln Center Theater.
What's Trending In Audio Paperwork
Four sound designers tell us what they are using in terms of paperwork: Excel documents and Vectorworks to OmniGraffle and FileMaker, and a few other apps.
Mind Games: Lighting Preludes, Part One  1
Bradley King lights the premiere of Preludes, a new musical written by Dave Malloy and directed by Rachel Chavkin, at Lincoln Center.
Mind Games: Setting Preludes 
For the premiere of Preludes, a new musical written by Dave Malloy and directed by Rachel Chavkin, the creators called upon set designer Mimi Lien, lighting designer Bradley King, and sound designer Matt Hubbs.
Who's Who & Who's New At LDI2015: Meet The Buskers
Who are the buskers, those brilliant lighting programmers who can run a show on the fly, pulling it off without a hitch?
Design Royalty: Dressing The King And I 
Catherine Zuber designed the Tony Award-winning costumes for The King And I.
Design Royalty: Sounds Of Siam For The King And I 
Scott Lehrer designed the sound for the revival of The King And I, a classic piece of American musical history.
Design Royalty: Setting The King And I 
Michael Yeargan designed the sets of ancient gold and weathered teak for the revival of The King And I.
Design Royalty: Lighting The King And I  1
Donald Holder designed the lighting for The King And I to reflect the grandeur, but also the darker aspects of the story.
Scott Zielinski Lights A Revival Of Oklahoma! At Bard SummerScape 1
Scott Zielinski lit an innovative chamber production of Oklahoma! that just closed at Bard SummerScape, at Bard College in Annandale-On-Hudson, NY.
Empire State Building Lit Up For The Grateful Dead
Lighting designer Marc Brickman created a red, white, and blue theme for the July 4th Fare Thee Well concert by The Grateful Dead, celebrating the band's 50th reunion and farewell tour.
Projection Product Of The Year, Screen Management: Barco E2 
Raising the bar for live screen management, the E2 presentation system provides superior image quality, exceptional input and output density, and great expandability and durability.
2015 Meyer Sound Scholarship Winners Announced
Six students and recent grads from sound design programs were awarded scholarships to the 2015 Live Design New York Master Classes: Sound, which took place June 4-6.
Projection Product Of The Year, Display: ROE 18mm Hybrid LED 
This hybrid —video and lighting—18mm indoor/outdoor LED display appealed to one of our judges who saw it in use at the Made In America Festival and nominated it to the panel.
Live Design Awards Q&A: Paul Tazewell 
Costume designer Paul Tazewell made his Broadway debut in 1999 with Bring In ‘Da Noise, Bring In ‘Da Funk, and is currently working on the transfer of Hamilton from The Public Theatre to Broadway.
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