The symbol of Hollywood success, the coveted Oscar statuette in all its glory, was integrated as an innovative scenic element when The Oscars were broadcast live on ABC on February 24, 2013, from the Dolby Theatre in LA. With lighting by Robert Dickinson of Full Flood and sets by Broadway designer Derek McLane, making his major television debut, the production celebrated Hollywood music and musicals, as well as the best in contemporary filmmaking. McLane built his reputation on Broadway, ...

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