As long as people have been living and working in buildings, they have been lighting them. Imagine cavemen burning sticks outside the walls of their caves 2,000 years ago to scare off beasts and conjure spirits. Now fast forward to the year 1969, when the concept of illumination as applied to architecture was solidified by the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD), who set raising the profile of architectural lighting design as one of their first objectives.
At the 2014 Broadway Projection Master Classes in the session "Focus On Broadway II," video designer Ben Pearcy of 59 Productions (War Horse) discusses 59 Productions’ work on this season’s productions of Big Fish, Hedwig And The Angry Inch, and Les Miserables....More
2014 Tony nominee Peter Hylenski—whose prior Tony Award nominations were for Motown, The Scottsboro Boys, and Rock Of Ages—discusses his sound design for three current Broadway musicals: Bullets Over Broadway, Rocky, and After Midnight (for which he received this year's Tony nomination)....More