Award-winning sound designer Jeroen ten Brinke has chosen the Meyer Sound D-Mitri® digital audio platform as the backbone of his design in ANNE, a dramatic presentation of the Anne Frank story in the 1,100-capacity Theater Amsterdam. With a CueConsole™ control surface, D-Mitri drives the play’s audio mixing, matrixing, and loudspeaker processing.
In our last issue, three designers shared their thoughts about how directors affect their process. Now, four directors—Joe Dowling, Molly Smith, Henry Wishcamper, and Evan Yionoulis—talk about the impact of collaborating with designers.
After a tense summer of union contract negotiations and the threat of a possible closure, the Metropolitan Opera opened its 2014-2015 season last night, September 22, with Mozart's comedy, The Marriage Of Figaro.
New York City Ballet's Fall Gala that premieres tomorrow, September 23, will feature carefully crafted costumes by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen, Mary Katrantzou, Thom Browne, and Carolina Herrera...More
Staging Concepts, industry leader in portable staging equipment, introduces its newest product offering: Bravado™ Acoustical Shell System, a portable and lightweight acoustics system designed to blend and reflect sound energy towards audiences in performing arts venues. The state-of-the-art system consists of mobile towers and ceiling panels that align to form a resounding, attractive performance space that will enhance the audience experience.
Tony Award-winning designer Derek McLane considers designing Guys And Dolls in a dining hall at Harvard in 1978 (where he was an archaeology major) as a pivotal moment, the seed of his award-winning career—the split second in which his future direction was clear....More