Bill Dudley has seen the light, and it is coming from a video projector. Last month, in part one of our interview with the noted UK-based designer (Hitchcock Blonde, Blue/Orange in the West End, Roman Polanski's Dance of the Vampires in Germany, Amadeus and Medea in both the West End and on Broadway), he explained how he first became involved in using computer graphic imagery, his use of the technology on the recent Tom Stoppard trilogy The Coast of Utopia, and video projection's role in the ...

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