Lately lighting designer and visual artist Anne Militello has been spending more time designing hotels than staying in them.
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When the British band Supertramp stopped touring in 1980, they left a legacy more enduring than sold-out arenas and platinum albums on the office wall.
Rob Fritz is delighted with ETC’s recent union with High End Systems. “I always was a Hog guy and now I can say I’m an ETC Hog guy,” he states with pride. As a senior lighting designer, focusing […]
In 1963 the Beatles invaded America, a gallon of gas cost 25 cents and Acey Decy Lighting opened for business in Hollywood, CA.
Welcome to Eos on Broadway, where we take a look at the behind-the-scenes control that makes a large-scale show tick.
Two old-school theater seats sit in the lobby of the JK Design Group in North Hills, California. Marked as rows “J” and “K” they are more than cute props.
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.