Jane Hogan

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Club Report: Ruby Skye
The Golden Gate Bridge isn’t the only thing shining brightly in the San Francisco night. Rubies are known for their brightness, as is the nightclub Ruby
Switzer switches over to Vincent Lighting
Vincent Lighting Systems, Inc., has appointed Lance Switzer as assistant project manager in its Cleveland office. Switzer has more than 20 years of experience
Destination: Suburb
Costuming an Homage to Life Among the Green Lawns The program cover for the new Off Broadway musical comedy Suburb depicts a black-and-white photograph
Heaven Knows
Down in New York City's East Village is the Connelly Theatre, a 19th century proscenium opera house that for the months of January and February was transformed
Online Exclusive: Cat's-Paw
Cat's Pajamas April 2001--Mac Wellman's Cat's-Paw, which recently ran at downtown Manhattan's Soho Rep, is a response to the tale of the legendary figure
On Top of the Game
Sometimes a conversation between set designer and playwright is calm, smooth, perhaps even tranquil in tone, with the designer secure that he or she can,
In Memoriam: Eldon Elder
Scenic designer and theatrical consultant Eldon Elder died on Monday, December 11, in New York City. He was 79 and lived in Manhattan. The New York Times
SHADOW PLAY
Mimi Jordan Sherin says she used four rolling units (Ianiro 10" 5Ks on Mole Richardson film stands), which the actors also manipulate, "to make it as
BLACK IS THE NEW BLACK
Welles may have been a complex person, but you could say the SITI Company took a black-and-white approach to this enigmatic figure, at least costumewise.
The TDF Costume Collection
Down in Chelsea, very close to the river on Manhattan's West Side, stand a block of warehouses and
Guys and Dolls at 50
It was 50 years ago this fall that the legendary Guys and Dolls hit the stage at the 46th Street Theatre, where it was to remain for 1,200 performances.
The TDF Costume Collection
Down in Chelsea, very close to the river on Manhattan's West Side, stand a block of warehouses and
Who's Next
ROBERT PERRY: Lighting Designer Robert Perry began his lighting design career as "that guy." A drummer intent on a career in music, he attended Berklee

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