The lighting design for the Broadway musical 110 in the Shade (Studio 54, Roundabout Theatre Company) centers around a massive visual focal point—a glowing disk that evokes a 24-hour progression of atmospheric changes—dawn, high noon, moonlight, storms, and shade. The disk—a lightbox filled with automated wash fixtures—represents the play’s controlling motif of light and heat. For Tony-nominated lighting designer Chris Akerlind, creating the complex effects of this unconventional lighting ...

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