Don Q, Joffrey Ballet, 2011, costumes by Travis Halsey, 2018 TDF Young Master Award Winner
Don Quixote, Joffrey Ballet, 2011, costumes by Travis Halsey, 2018 TDF Young Master Award Winner

[email protected]: TDF Awards, Flying Theatres, U2's 360 Claw, EU Lighting Regulations, And More

This week's industry news includes TDF Young Master Travis Halsey, the Voletarium Flying Theatre, U2's 360 Claw set finds permanent home, consequences of EU 2020 lighting regulations, and more.

The [email protected] 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.

Travis Halsey: 2018 Winner Of The TDF/Kitty Leech Young Master Award

This year's Young Master honoree at the annual TDF/Irene Sharaff Awards is Travis Halsey, head of Halsey Onstage, a Chicago-based firm that specializes in costume design and construction.

Making Of The Voletarium Flying Theatre

Kraftwerk Living Technologies provides technical design and AV installation for Europa Park's The Voletarium, Europe's largest flying theatre of its kind.

U2’s Claw Set Bought By Loveland Living Planet Aquarium

 The 200-ton scenic claw from U2's 360° tour will become a permanent installation in Salt Lake City, Utah.

What Do The Proposed EU 2020 Lighting Regulations Really Mean To Live Events And The Professional Lighting Industry?

The UK’s Association of Lighting Designers (ALD), as part of its Save Stage Lighting Campaign that is warning of the devastating effects the proposed EU 2020 Lighting regulations would have on production lighting, has released a clear, concise guide to those regulations.

30 Under 30: Joe C. Klug, Scenic Designer

For LDI's 30th anniversary, Live Design's 30 Under 30 in the industry honors Joe C. Klug, scenic designer and Assistant Professor of Scenic Design.

BONUS! Live Webcast With Ken Billington On Broadway, The Rockettes, And Killer Whales

Join Tony Award-winning lighting designer Ken Billington of KB Associates for a live webcast in which he discusses his extensive career that spans four decades. Register for free now!

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