Projection designer Daniel Brodie, who designed the projections for Jekyll & Hyde and Motown on Broadway this season, presented a session discussing how he approaches a theatre project, from initial concepts and system design to final product.
Michael Kohler, technology specialist at WorldStage, presented a detailed look at how digital media works.
Linda Batwin and Robin Silvestri of Batwin+Robin Productions (Lucky Guy this season and Normal Heart in 2011) discussed their approach to various projects, including creating 3D scenic backgrounds and projection mapping.
David Gallo led the Scenic Design Master Classes faculty.
Rob Howell discussed Matilda: The Musical, for which he designed costumes and scenery, the latter for which he won the Tony Award this year.
Anna Louizos presented "The Broadway Groundplan: The Silent Director," at the Scenic Design Master Classes.
Associate scenic designer Steven Kemp answers questions after his session, "Broadway’s Unsung Superhero: The Associate Designer."
Technical director Fred Gallo and executive producer Glenn Orsher discussed the creative solutions that brought Spider-Man to life on Broadway.
Dan Hanessian, Design/Technology program, Purchase College, SUNY, held an onstage interview with scenic artist Arnold Abramson, presented in conjunction with The Broadway Technical Theatre History Project at Purchase College–SUNY as part of the Backstage Legends and Masters series.
Check out these images from the Broadway Projection Master Classes (BPMC) led by Zachary Borovay on June 4 and the Scenic Design Master Classes (SDMC) led by David Gallo June 4-6, both held in at NYU Tisch School of the Arts.