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Dancing In The Dark
Bruce Springsteen is not afraid of the dark not in some figurative sense of not being afraid to leave the spotlight, but he's literally pretty comfortable
Keeping Up With The Sweet Sixteens
Ten or 15 years ago, if you had some moving lights and some fog at a corporate event, that was awesome. Nowadays clients are looking for something more,
Hot Fuzz
The challenge for Patrick Woodroffe in designing The Police Reunion Tour this summer was to reference the band's past, without sinking into nostalgia.
Ready. Set. Go!
Creating a show for children gives designers a unique responsibility on top of the usual demands: presenting the physical requirements of the narrative,
Cherry On Top
Anyone who walks into that club for the first time walks out of there with a neck ache because you can't stop looking at it it's really insane, says Stephen
Grand Wrapping
Commuters who passed through New York City's Grand Central Station this past December and saw swirling yellow taxi cabs and spinning stars were not victims
Bridging The Past And The Future
Adding to a list that includes The Walker Arts Center, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, and the new Public Library, the latest architectural spectacular
Making A Splash
While Rome has the Trevi Fountain and Vegas has the Bellagio water feature, this summer New Jersey went one better with a water spectacular that falls
A Quiet Egg in a Glass Nest
The Canadian Opera Company has been downsized, and they are celebrating. CAC's new Toronto digs may be 1,200 seats smaller than their previous home in
Spirit Circus-Style
Spirit–The Seventh Fire crisscrosses America in a 750-seat teepee
Follow the Rainbow All Over the House
Centerstage's Two Gentlemen of Verona leaps off the stage in a frenzy of color and sound
Re:Sources–Gregg Barnes
Costume designer Gregg Barnes calls working with the Hilton sisters, One of the most incredible experiences I've had. For those of you wondering why Paris
Re:source–Willie Williams
For Willie Williams, paying attention has paid off. The award-winning lighting and production designer says, The most consistent source of inspiration
Re:Source–Tom Mardikes
The creative process that sound designer Tom Mardikes describes as might give some designers pause: For many years at Missouri Repertory Theatre, where
Delia Peel
British scenic and costume designer Delia Peel prefers to start her research in libraries and second hand bookstores rather than online, because, she

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