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Special Report: Theatre

Oklahoma!:
The Royal National Theatre revival of the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic comes to Broadway with one of David Hersey’s greatest designs. Products include Vari-Lite, DHA Lighting, ETC, Strand, Selecon, Lighting & Electronics, Pani, White Light, Robert Juliat, Wybron, Le Maitre, Rosco, Devon Glass. Equipment supplied by Fourth Phase.

Thoroughly Modern Millie:
The classic film comes to the stage, with an innovative design by Don Holder that includes some thoroughly modern technology, such as Color Kinetics LED units and the grandMA console from MA Lighting (distributed in the US by AC Lighting). Equipment supplied by Selecon, ETC, ARRI, Color Kinetics, Robert Juliat, Lycian, Wybron, GAM Products, Rosco, MDG, Bowen, City Theatrical, Vari-Lite, High End Systems and DHA Lighting.

Paul McCartney:
The Last Beatle takes off on a triumphant tour of the US, with his new hit songs, "Freedom" and "Lonely Road". Roy Bennett is the LD. Companies involved include Light and Sound Design, Vari-Lite, Martin, ChainMaster, ETC, and Clear-Com.

Kenny Chesney:
Country music’s hottest star tours in a show designed by Mike Swinford. Companies: High End Systems, James Thomas, Avolites, Tomcat, Columbus-McKinnon, Motion Lab, MA Lighting, Equipment supplied by Dale Morris Leasing.

Michael Chybowski:
One of the busiest talents in the theatre today, Chybowski talks about his work with the Mark Morris Dance Company, and much, much more.

American Bandstand Turns 50:
Lee Rose is there for the celebration, with a big package of gear from Vari-Lite and ETC. John Calhoun reports.

Lighting Across Borders:
Robert Bell, of Shock Lighting, reveals how he used an off-the-shelf wireless Ethernet network to program an exterior lighting project from a distance of several hundred yards across the US border. Companies involved were Entertainment Technology, TIR, and High End Systems.

Also...
Sweet Smell of Success, the controversial new Broadway show, feature's Natasha Katz's daring experiment in film-noir lighting. Katz discusses her work with top scenery/costume designer Bob Crowley, the evolution of the show's design concept, and makes some provocative comments about the current state of lighting equipment. The companies involved include High End Systems, Flying Pig Systems, ETC, Strand, Lighting & Electronics, Robert Juliat, W.A.C. Lighting, Lycian, MDG, Rosco, and Wybron.


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