The Eos control system has proven itself as a favorite in Broadway theatres for its consistency and reliability, but what happens to the lighting design when a Broadway show is based primarily on improvised action?
Author: Kate Kling
This fall, ETC is proud to once again be involved in an overwhelming number of shows on Broadway as they begin or continue to run their performances on the Eos platform. ETC was founded through a love and […]
When the theatre team at Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts were tasked with specifying the technical needs of the new Lewis Arts complex on campus, it was clear ETC would be a major part of the […]
As the largest outdoor musical theatre in the United States, The Muny amphitheater in Forest Park, MO has been entertaining St. Louis-area audiences since 1919. This summer, as it embarks on its second century of shows, it looks […]
ETC is excited to introduce a new Knowledge Management Site (KMS), providing technical solutions that are both faster and more robust than our previous support article system. With the ability to capture questions in real time, ETC Tech […]
When guests arrived at the train platform for a ride on The Polar Express this holiday season, they knew they were in for a magical evening — but chances are they never thought about the technical challenges that […]