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Beginning April 27, Jeremy Adams will assume duties as new General Manager of The Public Theater.

Read more: The Public Theater Names Jeremy Adams New General Manager

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South Coast Repertory will expand its play commissioning program with the help of a two-year $150,000 grant from Time Warner Foundation's as part of New Works/New Voices Initiative to explore Orange County's cultural diversity.

Read more: Time Warner Foundation Grant Supports Development of More Plays Exploring Cultural Diversity in...

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The projects for this year's Theatre Lab at Sundance Resort in Utah have been selected and announced by Sundance Institute.

Read more: Sundance Institute Announces Nine Projects Selected for 2015 Theatre Lab at Sundance Resort

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Boston University Summer Theatre Institute announces a new program for high school students interested in learning various stage and theater disciplines.

Read more: Boston University Summer Theatre Institute Launches Design Track

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Nelson Enterprises and Chauvet bring LED lighting technology to Pompton Lakes HSPompton Lakes High School receives theatrical lighting system upgrade with the help of Nelson Enterprises and Chauvet Professional COLORado and Ovation fixtures.

Read more: Nelson Enterprises and Chauvet Professional Upgrade School Theater Lighting Systems

Changing Roles

(L-R): David Saar, Dwayne HartfordFounder & Artistic Director of Childsplay, David Saar, announces his retirement; Associate Artist Dwayne Hartford as new Artistic Director.

Read more: David Saar, Founder & Artistic Director of Childsplay, Announces Retirement

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The Collaborator Party takes place June 7, 2015 from 7-11pmSound designers Lindsay Jones and John Gromada are throwing a Tony night party for the theatre sound community and their collaborators. Called “The Collaborator Party” the event will celebrate the artistry of sound designers as well as the community that has grown in response to the Tony Awards decision to eliminate the awards for sound design.

Read more: Collaborator Party Offers Tony Awards Party for Sound Designers and Friends

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Actors’ Equity Association enacted sweeping changes to its membership rules and requirements for L.A. theatreActors’ Equity Association enacted sweeping changes to its membership rules and requirements for L.A. theatre today, including a minimum wage requirement for theatres currently operating under the Los Angeles 99-seat Theatre Plan. The current plan pays actors a minimal fee for each performance ($7 to $15) and nothing for rehearsal. The new rules, under a section called the Los Angeles 99-Seat Agreement, requires that theatres with 99 seats or fewer must pay their actors minimum wage (currently $9/hr.) for rehearsal and performance, with minimum call requirement. The changes for theatres currently operating under the 99-seat plan will take effect June 1, 2016. New producers will have to adhere to the new rules immediately.

Read more: Equity Upends L.A. Small Theatre Scene

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RPM Exhibit Lights of Toronto, ON., will be the first company to offer a rental option for Black Trax tracking systems.

Read more: RPM Exhibit Lights Offers Rental of Black Trax

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The award was accepted by Jonathan Kemble, Director of Development for the Hog control familyHigh End Systems' Hedgehog4 received the PIPA Award at this year's Prolight + Sound in the category of Controllers under Lighting / Video

Read more: Hedgehog4 Wins PIPA Award at Pro Light and Sound

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