Lighting designer Daniella Beatie discusses the world of lighting design for theatre-in-the-round in this latest blog article. She is based at the New Vic Theatre Stoke-on-Trent and has worked on over 100 productions in-the-round including, Prince and the […]
STORIES TO EDUCATE AND INSPIRE
Lesson plans might look a little different this year for lighting instructors. Whether students are participating in online learning or in-person instruction, many of ETC’s resources are here to help. We’ve compiled a list of educational videos, activities, […]
Even before there was electricity, people were looking for ways to dim their stage lights. This sketch from 1650 shows the pulley mechanism used to lower cans over candles to dim the output from the flame. Technology has […]
By Victor Seastone We’re excited to introduce ETC’s On Headset, a new audio series that allows listeners to program in real time with a lighting designer as they construct the look of a major theatrical production. Our goal […]
We’re lucky to have so many intelligent people in this industry with an aptitude and willingness to teach. Over the past couple of years, many of these people – lighting designers, programmers, and researchers have given their time […]
As ETC expands, so does its workforce. Over the past five years, the company has nearly doubled the number of employees around the world. This means more assemblers, engineers, custodians, developers, marketers, factory planners, and shippers. So many […]
In North America, emergency transfer switches, including the new Branch Circuit Emergency Lighting Transfer Switch (BCELTS), have tough testing and short circuit current requirements for a reason.