Welcome to Eos on Broadway, where we take a look at the behind-the-scenes control that makes a large-scale show tick. In this installment, Eos programmer Scott Kearns Tusing talks about the controls work that went into bringing the musical […]
Welcome to the latest edition of the Monthly(ish) Museum, where we explore the storeroom of vintage lighting industry equipment and ephemera in ETC’s collection.
Behind the onstage lighting magic of Broadway’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, there are a lot of Magic Sheets. In this post, Eos programmer Marc Polimeni talks about building the show file.
Jason Perry has a very cool basement. When he’s not coordinating demos in ETC’s New York office, Perry likes to tinker and invent; the lower level of his Connecticut home is an envy-inducing arcade of old games and coin-operated […]
Outreach is at the heart of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. For nearly 60 years, the company has introduced communities to modern dance and inspired people all over the world. The Ailey Company has been responsible for […]
By Steve Terry, ETC’s vice president of Research and Development This article first appeared in the May/June 2016 edition of mondo*dr magazine. Source Four® is the most popular brand of lighting fixtures in the industry, with more than 3.5 million […]
I owe you an apology if you saw the title of this post and clicked on it assuming I was going to reveal a well-guarded secret and give you the instructions on how to make your own Source […]