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It's Entertaiment Design's 35th anniversary, and we're celebrating!

This special supplement will look back on the magazine’s heritage as Theatre Crafts (which premiered 35 years ago) and return to the core issues of theatre artisans by comparing how things were done back in 1967 with how they’re done now.

Below is a sampling:

Setting Up a Technical Department: Then & Now
Back in 1969 Theatre Crafts took a look at the fledgling technical department at the North Carolina School of the Arts. Catherine McHugh returns to the school to see how things have changed backstage in the last 30+ years.

Managing a Regional Theatre Costume Shop: Then & Now
Theatre Crafts traveled to Washington DC to see how things were done backstage at the Arena Stage costume department. Davi Napoleon takes a look on how the shop is run in the 21st Century.

How-To’s: Then & Now
We return to the ever-popular world of How-Tos by comparing tips and advice offered in the old pages of Theatre Crafts with updates from theatre specialists on the best way to do them today. In this supplement we’ll look at lighting, sound, and multimedia How-Tos.

Production Casebook: Noises Off
A perennial hit among large and small theatres around the world, we’ll take a look at three recent productions of the Michael Frayn farce around North America: the current Broadway revival designed by Robert Jones, the recent production at the Trinity Rep designed by Daniel Jenkins, and the community theatre production by Curtain Call in Timmins, Ontario.Companies involved include CenterLine Studios, Hudson Scenic, and Feller Precision.

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Don't miss out as we explore some great moments of the past 35 years of entertainment technology!