The Band's Visit

[email protected]: Plots For Billboard Music Awards, Parsons Dance, The Band's Visit, & More

This week's industry news includes lighting Billboard Music Awards 2018, Parsons Dance, The Band's Visit on Broadway, and more.

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Lighting Plots For The 2018 Billboard Music Awards

Live Design shares an exclusive look at the light plots, gear list, and lighting crew for this sparkling live-to-broadcast event, with lighting design by Jon Kusner.

Portable PAs: Pro Sound, On The Go

You might be out with the big gear on the big tours, but for local, small-scale dates and your own personal gigs, portable PAs are often the way to go.

By Design: Kevin Dreyer Lights Romeo & Juliet

Kevin Dreyer used a fairly subdued color palette to light John Cranko’s Romeo & Juliet at the Boston Ballet.

By Design: Howell Binkley Lights David Parsons Dance 2018

Tony Award-winning lighting designer, Howell Binkley, who is also co-founder and resident lighting designer for Parsons Dance, lights the company's opening night gala at the The Joyce Theater in New York City.

Lighting Plots For The Band's Visit On Broadway

Lighting designer Tyler Micoleau made his Broadway debut on The Band's Visit, which has been nominated for 11 Tony Awards, including Best Lighting Design.

BONUS! An Inside Look at the New and Improved Vision

Join Vectorworks, Inc. experts for a look at the latest features of and improvements to Vision 2018 during this live webcast May 29. Attendees will witness enhanced rendering capabilities, more streamlined file preparation, and program improvements for increased reliability. Register for free now!

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