Broadway Master Classes Website Up & Running

Information for anyone interested in attending the 2005 Broadway Master Classes is available at This year's courses will be held June 20 - 24 at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center in New York City.

The critically acclaimed Broadway Lighting Master Classes and Broadway Sound Master Classes are expanding in 2005 to encompass even more aspects of theatre and live entertainment by including the first-ever Projection Master Classes.

Now in its 10th year, the BLMC includes three days of intensive courses focused on the art and science of theatre lighting design June 20 - 22. The BLMC faculty is led by Tony-Award winning lighting designer Jules Fisher as creative consultant, and head of a distinguished faculty of today's top LDs. Over the years, the BLMC has proved to be one of the best seminars of its kind, drawing a large international audience, many of whom return year after year.

BSMC is an in-depth exploration of the current trends in Broadway sound design and reinforcement—from the artistic process to the hottest new technology. Join legendary sound designer Abe Jacob and a roster of today's top audio professionals for this three-day event. The second annual BSMC: three days dedicated to Broadway sound design and technology, June 22-24.

Entertainment Design will present the inaugural Projection Master Classes on June 23 and 24. Top artisans reveal creative and technical secrets in designing projection for live events, with special emphasis on the convergence of lighting, sets, and projection in theatre and concerts. Featuring creative consultant Wendall K. Harrington (The Who's Tommy) and a faculty of designers to be named soon.

For details on class prices, click here. As in previous years, the tuition also includes a Broadway show (to be determined) and admission to the EDDY Awards.

An online registration form will be posted soon, so be sure to keep checking back. For more information, contact Lauren Thompson at 212 204-1813 or at [email protected].

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