Industry News

Jonathan and Jake Lipp of Full Compass Systems at FOH for a performance of Opera in the Park.Full Compass Systems got active with passive antennas from Sennheiser to streamline their audio setup for Opera in the Park in Madison, Wisc.

Read more: Full Compass Systems Assists and Innovates with Opera in the Park

Theatre Buzz

The American Association of Community Theatre is holding two Artistic Directors Conferences this August to help artistic directors learn more about the nuts and bolts of running their theatre, with classes on budgeting, working with volunteer designers and artists, and more!

Read more: AACT Hosts Artistic Director Development Conferences

Industry News

Blake Addyson, Production Supervisor, Long Center (left) and Bill Mester,  StageTech, Inc. (right) in Rollins Theatre at the Long Center for the Performing Arts in Austin, Texas with the new Allen & Heath GLD-112The Long Center installed an Allen & Heath GLD-112 digital mixer into their Debra and Kevin Rollins Studio Theatre, a black box, because they wanted a console that was as flexible as the space.

Read more: Allen & Heath GLD-112 Looks Good in Black Box

Industry News

An American in Paris relied on RC4 Wireless to keep the stage clear of wires for their dancers.A host of RC4 Wireless gear helped Tony Award-winner Natasha Katz light the stage for An American in Paris. Production electrician Michael Pitzer used the RC4Magic DMXio transceiver, and a host of RC4Magic dimmers to control a variety of sources across the set, particularly important with such a choreographed show that demands a cable-free floor for dancers.

Read more: RC4 Wireless Dances with "An American in Paris"

Industry News

The LIT Fund, the only charitable organization exclusively dedicated to the independent theater sector of New York City, will put artists first with five grants worth $1000 to help its members pay artists.

Read more: LIT Fund to Award Five $1000 Grants for Artist Fees

Changing Roles

Braden Gillum, Lead Draftsperson, WorldStageBraden Gillum will be located at WorldStage's New Jersey facility and will be responsible for most of the engineering documentation the company produces to support its event and permanent installation business.

Read more: Braden Gillum Appointed Lead Draftsperson for WorldStage

Changing Roles

Dan Nguyen, VP of Engineering, LynTecDan Nguyen was formerly the design engineer and chief architect of LynTec's patent-pending Remote Power Control (RPC) platform for the company's popular motorized circuit breaker and relay electrical control panels.

Read more: Dan Nguyen Hired as LynTec's New VP of Engineering

Theatre Buzz

A scene from the PPTOTPA production of Disney's Mary PoppinsPembroke Pines Theatre of the Performing Arts recently installed Chauvet DJ Intimidator and D-Fi products for its production of the Disney musical Mary Poppins.

Read more: Chauvet DJ Products (Not Sugar) Sweeten "Poppins"

Changing Roles

(l-r) Soren-Storm and Udo Kunzler of GLPSøren Storm, who has worked in the industry for the last 18 years, will take responsibility for GLP sales across the entire region.

Read more: Søren Storm Appointed GLP's New Sales Director for Asia Pacific

Industry News

A.C.T Lighting, Inc. has moved to a larger, full-service facility in Burbank, California.

Read more: New A.C.T Lighting, Inc. Location Opened in Burbank

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