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5@5: Mean Girls, La Traviata, Romeo Santos, Killers Tour, & More

This week's industry news includes Mean Girls sound design, La Traviata lighting plots, renderings for Romeo Santos tour, set and lighting design of Killers tour, and more.

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

That's So Fetch: Brian Ronan's Sound Design For Mean Girls

Brian Ronan, who was nominated for a 2018 Tony Award for Best Sound Design of a Musical, chose a full complement of L-Acoustics loudspeakers for Mean Girls.

Lighting Plots For Houston Grand Opera's La Traviata

When HGO moved to the George R. Brown Convention Center, HGO had to adopt a repertory lighting plot, which lighting designer Marcus Doshi kindly provided. Check out the plots for La Traviata.

Bruce Rodgers' Renderings And Staging Drawings For Romeo Santos

Bruce Rodgers shares his renderings and staging drawings of his set and first lighting design of a sunburst rig for Romeo Santos' Golden Tour.

Wonderful Wonderful: The Killers Tour

The latest incarnation of The Killers’ stage set of their current Wonderful Wonderful Tour owes much to the band’s Nevada heritage, with scenic design by Josh Zangen from Fireplay and lighting by Steven Douglas.

Digital Graffiti Festival Lights Up Entire Town

Digital Graffiti Festival brought together artists from around the world to light up this small town with spectacular projection mapping.

BONUS! Metallica Webcast On Designing The WorldWired Tour

Production designer Dan Braun and lighting designer Rob Koenig will discuss the in-the-round stage design and lighting rig for Metallica's WorldWired Tour during this free webcast. Register now!

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