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Staging The Screen

An interesting little share today from Ideas Tap. As new technologies expand the possibilities of design in live theatre, whole new fields are opening up. 1,007 more words

Theatre Practice

GUEST POST BY AUDREY T: The Stage Manager's Script

Please welcome Audrey to the blog today! Audrey is a double major in stage management and business management information systems at East Carolina University, who also attended high school at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts. 1,067 more words


The Magic Flute

I think it’s entirely appropriate that my attention was most drawn by the lights during this production; after all one of the major themes in this opera is the contrast between light and dark, goodness and evil. 916 more words

Technical Theatre

Creation vs. Maintenance

Theatre in itself is ephemeral, it’s there and then it’s gone. For the audience, seeing a show once, enjoying it, and then going home allows them a glimpse into the world that we as artists have created. 417 more words


Technically, I can call myself a pro now!

One of my colleagues had her last day in the office yesterday so I got up in the morning all hyped up and ready for a night out. 837 more words

Technical Theatre

More Than Just Stage Lighting

Lighting design is a lot bigger than most people think. When most people hear Lighting Design, they think Broadway, and while some of the best Lighting Designers end up on Broadway, there are a lot of different ways our skills are put to use. 500 more words


The Tony's and Sound Design

One really great thing about the time we currently live in is how technology is always growing and expanding. Sound Design has only become an aspect of theatre about 45 years ago (the only newer technical aspect being projection and multimedia), and in that short time it’s become quite essential in our productions (there have even been shows that the sound was one of my favorite parts of the production). 295 more words