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31 Days Of Plots
EllenGameofGames_Mike Rozman_NBC_crop.jpg Mike Rozman/NBC

31 Days of Plots: Ellen's Game of Games

To celebrate the achievements of 2019 and to welcome all the prospects of 2020, Live Design is conducting 31 Days Of Plots. Every day during the month of December 2019, we will highlight a different lighting design, from across theatre, concert tours, corporate events, and more. 

Ellen’s Game of Games is an NBC television series based on game segments from Ellen DeGeneres' eponymous daytime talk show. NBC renewed the series for a 13-episode second season, as well as a third season set to premiere on January 7, 2020. Shot at Warner Brothers Studios, Burbank, CA, the series' lighting designer is Travis Hagenbuch, working with lighting director Ben Green, programmers Ryan Tanker and Patrick Brazil, and gaffer Paul Bell, Jr. 

Lighting gear, provided by PRG & Warner Bros Set Lighting

  • 96 PRG Best Boy HP
  • 60 Icon Beam
  • 74 Claypaky Mythos
  • 10 Vari-Lite VL2600 Profile
  • 148 Martin by Harman Rush Par 2
  • 58 ETC Source Fours
  • 96 Color Kinetics Color Blast TRX
  • 4 GLP JDC-1
  • 16 TMB Solaris Flare
  • 32 TMB Solaris Flare Junior
  • 21 TMB Solaris Flare Q+LR
  • 7 PRG Best Boy Ground Control
  • 2 PRG V676 console 

Click on the lighting plot below to enlarge to PDF.

lighting plot EGOG-01-OVERVIEW.jpg

Click on the lighting plot below to enlarge to PDF.

lighting plot EGOG-02-FLOOR.jpg

Check out other plots from the 31 Days here, and stay tuned for more over the next 14 days.

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