Just like med students learn on cadavers, you have to let them butcher it a little bit." Rob Murphy When designers double as guest or faculty artists at universities, a professional scenic designer might provide renderings to a student director. A student lighting designer may illuminate a pro’s costumes. When pros work with students, does it spell trouble or triumph? What are the challenges and rewards? "On the most important level, there’s no difference," says Dan Ostling, who teaches ...

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