Cohen says he was "fortunate to have a design brief that was full of images for me, so I took the design language of the films and interpreted it for a live audience—the lighting rig, set, video display—without touring too much expensive video. The style was given to me, but I really had to translate it." Jackson, who worked closely with Cohen on all the visual concepts, recalls that he got involved with the production about a year ago, when he and video director/content manager Mark Haney ...

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