Since this is the 35th Anniversary issue of Entertainment Design/Theatre Crafts, I've been thinking a lot lately about the past 35 years of my life, how I got into the business, and where I was in 1967. It all began in the first grade (you do the math) at the Christmas show. My school had the latest cafe/gyma/torium with a lighting system that consisted of eight 60s-era silver bullet-style fixtures with R lamps tied into light switches. One of my jobs, besides singing off-key, was to control ...
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