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SPECIAL LDI 2002 ISSUE
Broadway’s first new musical of the season, and the first really big hit since The Producers, Hairspray is based on the John Waters film and is set in 60s Baltimore. The show features sets by David Rockwell, costumes by William Ivey Long, lighting by Kenneth Posner, sound by Steve Kenney and associate John Shivers, and wig and hair design by Paul Huntley. Participating vendors include ShowMotion, Fourth Phase, Sound Associates, Cadac, Crest, Sennheiser, XTA, Valvotronics, Lexicon, Akai, EFX, Alesis, Meyer Sound, EAW, DPA, Littlelite, Telex, Countryman, JBL, AKG, Shure, Masque Sound, Crown International, Beyer, Neuman, ETC, James Thomas, Lycian, Wybron, Flying Pig Systems, High End Systems, Vari-LIte, Martin, MDG, and Prism Production Services. John Calhoun, David Johnson, and David Barbour report.
This unique theatrical event--part musical, part historical retrospective, part museum installation--is housed in the legendary Apollo Theatre and serves as a valentine to the neighborhood. Written and directed by George C. Wolfe, the production features sets by Riccardo Hernandez, lights by Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer, costumes by Paul Tazewell, sound by Acme Sound Partners, and projection design by Batwin + Robin. Participating vendors include Hudson Scenic Studios, Vari-Lite, Sound Associates, Scharff Weisberg, NEC, and High End Systems, Dataton, Yamaha, TC Electronics, Soundcraft, Mytek, XTA, L'Acoustics, Crown, Sennheiser, AKG and Prism Production Services. Equipment supplied by Fourth Phase and VLPS. David Johnson and David Barbour report.
Lighting and set designer Jon Pollack provided the creative juice to highlight Lenny Kravitz’s 2002 world tour, most notably a custom truss and rear-projection screen concept he created with Kevin Campbell. Participating vendors included Tait Towers, Rose Brand, Barco, Rosco, Performance Video, Flying Pig Systems, Coemar, High End Systems, Martin Professional, and Upstaging. Michael Eddy reports.
Also in this issue...
HOW WE GOT HERE, CONT'D.
Musings from lighting luminaries including Sonny Sonnenfeld, Tom Ruzika, Lee Rose, and Paul Gregory.
Catherine McHugh chats with the very colorful and very talented concert LD Butch Allen.
LDI PRODUCT PREVIEW
Michael Eddy takes a look at some of the promising new products scheduled to be unveiled at LDI 2002 in Las Vegas.
Lighting designer Patrick Dierson touts the importance of research, from both a design and technical point of view.
Projection designer Michael Clark discusses the fine art of juggling two projects at opposite ends of the creative spectrum.
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LDI 2002 / October 18-20, 2002 / Las Vegas, Nevada