Meghan Perkins

Meghan
Perkins
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Don Holder Discusses Using Vectorworks For Bridges Of Madison County
Lighting designer and two-time Tony Award-winner Don Holder discusses his lighting design and use of Vectorworks for The Bridges of Madison County.
Obama Presents National Medal Of Arts To John Kander And Bill T. Jones
President Obama presented the National Medal of Arts to composer John Kander, choreographer Bill T. Jones, and other recipients on Monday, July 28, at the White House.
The Met Threatens Lock Outs Against Union Workers
Tension increases around the Metropolitan Opera and the potential lockout beginning Friday, August 1.
Fool For Love Has No Fools On Its Design Team
Fool for Love is toying with emotions now until Saturday, August 2 at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.
Shakespeare In Love Hits The Stage
The 1998 best picture Oscar winner, Shakespeare in Love has been adpated for the stage and is currently playing at the Noël Coward Theatre in London until October 25th.
BPMC 2014: Brian Beasley, Tale Of The Projectionist's Life 
Check out this exclusive session, "The Tale of the Projectionist's Life," with Brian Beasley at the 2014 Broadway Projection Master Classes.
Clint Ramos Dresses Phillipine First Lady Imelda Marcos
When the 2013 Obie Award for Sustained Excellence in Costume Designer winner was asked to design for Here Lies Love, a production that both celebrates and critiques the Marcoses, Ramos had to recall her charming spirit and glamorous sense of fashion.
The Book Of Transformations 
Christie’s coffee-table style manuscript, The Book of Transformations, celebrates how artists and technicians are using Christie’s award-winning projectors and complementary enabling technologies to visually reimagine familiar structures and iconic landmarks.
BLMC 2014 Video: Beverly Emmons And Clifton Taylor, Color And Space 
Check out this exclusive class on Color And Space, led by Beverly Emmons and Clifton Taylor at the 2014 Broadway Lighting Master Classes.
Bertone Flies Solo Out From Under Tony-Winner Beowulf Boritt's Wing
Aspiring scenic designer Nate Bertone impressed Beowulf Boritt with his set work last summer so much that Bertone attended the 2014 Tony Awards ceremony to see Boritt win his award for Act One.
Greening The Great White Way
The Broadway Green Alliance has recycled 15 tons of electronic waste and over 10,000 pounds of clothing and textiles since its inception in 2008.
Envision 2013 Video: What's Next, And Why Should You Be Excited? 
At the 2013 Envision Symposium, Bran Ferren and Michael Hawley discuss What’s Next, And Why Should You Be Excited?
LDI-NYC At Broadway Master Classes
LDI-NYC returned this year to the 2014 Broadway Master Classes. LDI-NYC extended the hours of the Manufacturers Showcase traditionally held in conjunction with the Master Classes.
Scenes From 2014 Broadway Sound Master Classes
The three-day 2014 Broadway Sound Master Classes (BSMC) event brought together Broadway’s top audio professionals to discuss the creative, technical, and practical challenges involved in creating sound for Broadway.
TDC Illuminates Sydney
The Technical Direction Company (TDC) provided core video expertise to the sixth annual Vivid Sydney festival that ran from May 23 to June 9.

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