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Jeanette Farmer (L) and Brackley Frayer (R)The University of Nevada Las Vegas named Philips Entertainment a partner in its Educational Outreach and Sponsorship Program. Philips Entertainment donated Vari-Lite VL3015 Spot, VLX Wash and VL770 Spot fixtures along with Showline SL NITRO 510 LED strobes and a Philips Strand Lighting NEO console to UNLV. Pictured here are LD Jeanette Farmer and Brackley Frayer, Chair and Executive Director of the UNLV Department of Theatre and the Nevada Conservatory Theatre.

Read more: UNLV Selects Philips Entertainment for Educational Outreach Sponsorship

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Guests of Sennheiser are taken on an 'insider's tour' of the set for Cirque de Soleil's La Nouba. MobileConnect from Sennheiser was recently introduced on-stage with Cirque du Soleil's 'La Nouba' at InfoComm 2015.

Read more: Sennheiser's MobileConnect Debuted at InfoComm with 'La Nouba'

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Boston Conservatory (c) Chuck ChoiThe Boston Conservatory's New Performance and Rehearsal Hall has recently completed its acoustic design and insatllation with the help of Acentech's Studio A.

Read more: Acentech's Studio A Helps Muffle Highway, Rail Noise for The Boston Conservatory

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The Broadway League recently announced recipients of the 2015 League Educator Apple Award, which were presented at the seventh annual National High School Musical Theatre Awards.

Read more: The Broadway League Bestows 2015 League Educator Apple Awards

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Steven Lavine & Janet Sternburg (c) Christine N. Ziemba CalArts announced that its current President, Steven D. Lavine, is to step down in the spring of 2017 after a 29-year tenure. Lavine and his wife, Janet Sternburg, are pictured here. The announcement, made nearly two years prior to Lavine's departure, gives two full academic years for Lavine to focus on key initiatives that will serve as the capstone to his CalArts career.

Read more: CalArts President to Step Down as of Spring 2017

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View of the new NOSPR Music HallThe Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra ( NOSPR) in Katowice, Poland installed fixtures from Italy-based LDR. The same products are supplied and distributed in the U.S. by Atlanta-based Canto USA.

Read more: NOSPR Concert Hall in Poland Installs Lighting Fixtures from LDR

Theatre Buzz

A production of Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde was set to be performed by the Moscow New Drama Theater with Russian actors, and directed by the play's writer Moisés Kaufman. Reportedly, the theatre was blocked by the Russian government from accepting foreign money for productions, which caused an "indefinite postponement" of the show.   

Read more: Moscow Production of LGBTQ-themed "Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde" Blocked

Changing Roles

(l to r) Terence Keane, Elly Lichenstein, and Stephen Hamilton look to the future at Cinnabar Theater in Petaluma. (Photo courtesy of Cinnabar Arts Corporation)Terrence Keane is leaving Cinnabar Arts Corporation after two years of exceptional growth. 

Read more: Terence Keane to Leave Cinnabar Arts Corporation

Theatre Buzz

Tobin Center’s Erik Montoya (left) and Sean Jenkins at the DiGiCo SD5 consoleThe H-E-B Performance Hall at Tobin Center is home to a DiiGiCo SD5 console, while a SD9T console handles mixing duties in Tobin’s 250-seat Carlos Alvarez Studio Theater. 

Read more: Dual DiGiCo Desks Installed at San Antonio's Tobin Center for the Performing Arts

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LiNK/SETC logoUSITT and SETC will hold the second LiNK grad school recruiting event in Atlanta November 13-15, 2015.

Read more: LiNK Recruiting Event to be Held in Atlanta This November

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