Tony Award winner Jules Fisher serves as creative consultant for the BLMC
Cutting-edge gear at the BLMC Manufacturers Showcase Lighting
Brian MacDevitt, Tony Award-winning LD, shares his artistic insights Projection
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Sound designer Jonathan Deans at the BSMC
(left to right) Nevin Steinberg and Sten Severson of Acme Sound Partners, with BSMC creative consultant Abe Jacob
A panel of sound experts at the closing session of the BSMC
Kevin Adams discusses The Fine Arts Influence on a Lighting Designer, and shares his process for lighting Hair. (Photo T. Charles Erickson)
Brian MacDevitt presented his talk on visual aids and using painting and photography for inspiration and communication in the theatre. (Photo T. Charles Erickson)
Peggy Eisenhauer shows attendees about cueing a musical. (Photo T. Charles Erickson)
Beverly Emmons discusses the use of color. (Photo T. Charles Erickson)
Attendees check out the latest from ETC during the Manufacturers Showcase.
L to R: Dignazio, Ronan, and Gallagher at the 2010 post-show discussion.
Creative consultant Abe Jacob opens the 2010 Sound Master Classes.
Brian Ronan on his sound design for American Idiot
Attendee Jessica Paz, associate sound designer for Fela!, checks out the new DiGiCo SD9 console during the manufacturers showcase.
Attendees enjoy the awards reception at City Winery.
Sound Products of the Year Awards were presented for Stage Research RF Guru (Shannon Slaton accepting), d&b audiotechnik B4-Sub (John Taylor accepting), DiGiCo SD7Y (Matt Larson accepting), and Wireworks MCat 524 cable (Jerry Krulewicz accepting)
Walter Trarbach, Tony Smolenski, Kai Harada, and Andrew Keister presented the panel discussion, Assistants to Associates.
Attendees listen to manufacturers presentations during the showcase. Sponsors included Meyer Sound, DiGiCo, Clear-Comm, d&b audiotechnik, Lectrosonics, Masque Sound, RF Productions, Sennheiser, and Shure.
Jeremy Kumin of Enttec shows Aleph LED strips and Datagate.
Lighting designer Brian MacDevitt, Alan Kibbe of Vari-Lite, and lighting designers Allen Lee Hughes and Don Holder at the manufacturers showcase.
Lighting designer Herrick Goldman (left) talks with Miles Dudgeon of Prism Projection.
Anne Valentino from ETC talks control with an attendee.
Programmer Rob Halliday (center) visited the manufacturers showcase.
Creative consultant Jules Fisher (far right) chats with attendees during lunch and the manufacturers showcase.
Lighting designer for Fela! Robert Wierzel addresses the group from the stage post-show.
Lighting designer Peggy Eisenhauer talks color with Tom Morris of SeaChanger.
Master Classes production manager Michael LoBue, making things happen.
Jessie Friend of Lee Filters and Live Design associate publisher/editorial director David Johnson show their colors.
Jules Fisher signs copies of his book for attendees.
Lighting designer Ken Billington (center) takes a moment to check out new offerings from Wybron.
Lighting designer Peter Kaczorowski talks with an attendee during the lunch break and showcase.
Jules Fisher checks out new gear from Strong during the manufacturers showcase.
Lighting Product of the Year Awards were presetned to (l to r): Vince Herbert of Royal Shakespeare Company and Adrian Black of Total Structures (for RSC Lightlock); George Masek of Vari-Lite (for VLX Wash); and Miles Dudgeon of Prism Projection (for Reveal CW).
Excellence Awards winners (front row, l to r): Kobi Hoffman of Jiminy Creative; LD Herrick Goldman; LD Stefan Beese; associate LD Anjeanette Stokes of Michael Riotto Design; (back row, l to r): David I. Taylor or Arup; Kevin Lawson, Robert Roth, and Robert Peterson; Edd Griles and Chip Rachlin of Creddible Productions; and David Atkinson, also from Michael Riotto Design.
Chris McMeen of Scharff Weisberg Lighting, LD and professor at Carnegie Mellon Abigail Rosen-Holmes, and programmer Sean Cagney.
Excellence Award winner LD Herrick Goldman and his associate, Susan Nicholson.
Lighting designers Michael Gottlieb and Jeff Croiter.
Broadway projection designer Darrel Maloney (American Idiot, Everyday Rapture) and Jeffrey Cady (SenovvA/American Idiot) participated in the future technology panel.
Arianna Knapp of Senovva and Chris Curran of TMB participated in a panel discussion on the future of projection technology.
David Gallo presents his integrated approach to scenic and projection design.
Projection technology panelists Steve Gilbard of coolux, Jeremy Kumin of Enttec, Loren Barton of TMB/Green Hippo, Ben Saltzman of A.C.T Lighting