2009 Broadway Lighting Master Classes Schedule


Monday, May 18

8-9am: Registration and continental breakfast
9-11am: Jules Fisher, An Approach To Stage Lighting, Part 1
11-11:10am Break
11:10-11:30am: Scott Parker, Paper-Aided Beam Spreads
11:30am-1:15pm: Jules Fisher, An Approach To Stage Lighting, Part 2
1:15-3:30pm: Lunch and Awards Ceremony
3:30-3:45pm Break
3:45- 5:15pm: Beverly Emmons, On Color

Tuesday: May 19

8:30-9:00am: Registration and continental breakfast
9:00-10:30am: Peggy Eisenhauer, Musical Cueing: Sculpting, Time, and Rhythm
10:30-10:40am: Break
10:40am-12:10pm: Don Holder, Insight from Lighting a Cyclorama
12:10-1:55pm: Lunch and Manufacturers Showcase
1:55-3:25pm: Brian MacDevitt, Visual Aids: Paintings and Photography For Inspiration and Communication In The Theatre
3:25-3:35pm Break
3:35-5pm: Kevin Adams, The Fine Arts Influence on a Lighting Designer
7pm: 9 to 5, The Musical, Marriot Marquis Theatre, 1535 Broadway, Manhattan; post-show Q&A

Wednesday, May 20

8:30-9:00am: Registration and continental breakfast
9-10:30am: Peggy Eisenhauer, Emoting and Motion: Communicating With Movement
10:30-10:45am: Break
10:45am-12:30pm: 9 to 5, A Case Study: Ken Posner, lighting, Peter Nigrini, imaging design, Jules Fisher, lighting
12:30-2:30pm: Lunch and Manufacturers Showcase
2:35-3:45pm: Howell Binkley, Finding Your Path As A Lighting Designer
3:45-3:55 Break
3:55-5:15pm: Wendall K. Harrington: Sets, Lights, PROJECTIONS: keeping your focus in the new digital age

*All schedules subject to change.

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