Managing people, technology, budgets, and expectations: it’s all in a day’s work for a technical director. A good technical director is a jack-of-all trades, someone knowledgeable about the various disciplines and cultures that need to coalesce to stage a successful event. Marty Goldenberg is a good example. While he didn't set out to be a TD, by the late 1980s his wandering career path had given him all the requisite experience. He'd earned a degree in theater design, worked on Broadway ...
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