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[email protected]: Excellence Awards, Sunday In The Park, PRG Patent, Live Design Awards, & More

The [email protected] is released every Thursday at 5pm as a round-up of the week's top entertainment design and technology items, so you can stay up to date on industry news.

Vote For The 2017 Excellence Awards!

Voting is now open for the tenth annual Excellence in Live Design Awards! Readers are to vote for one project in each of the seven categories that exhibits outstanding achievement in design.

Costume Parade: Sunday In The Park With George

Broadway revival of Sunday In The Park With George features costume design by Clint Ramos, who used only 11 colors and no black.

Winners Of The 2017 Live Design Awards Announced

A stellar group of theatre, opera, and concert designers, a leading architectural lighting design firm, and a non-profit association are the winners of the 2017 Live Design Awards, to be presented in New York City on Monday, June 12, 2017.

PRG Granted Patent On GroundControl Followspot System

Production Resource Group LLC, (PRG) that it has been issued a United States utility patent for the award-winning GroundControl™ Followspot System. 

Q&A: Robert Scovill, Live Sound Engineer

Multi-award-winning live sound engineer, Robert Scovill discusses how the sound reinforcement industry is in a state of transition. Read Part One and Part Two.

BONUS! Watch Bob Barnhart's Halftime Show Webcast Now

Now On Demand, Bob Barnhart's webcast on his lighting design for the Super Bowl LI Pepsi Halftime Show featuring Lady Gaga, for which he also did the creative for the opening sequence featuring 300 drones controlled by Intel software: a first for any large-scale live, televised entertainment production.

Stay tuned for next week's round-up of current industry news and content.

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