Lighting Plots for the 50th Year of Sesame Street

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Did you realize that Sesame Street, the beloved children's television show, has been around 50 years? It premiered November 10, 1969. Available on HBO, Sesame Street is fun and playful, and the lighting has to match that. 

The Lighting Design Group's Dan Kelley, along with associate designers Douglas Cox and Mark Janeczko, is the lighting designer and artistic eye behind lighting Sesame Street. Check out the lighting plots below, and revisit the set, which production designer David Gallo revamped in 2015.

Click to enlarge light plot to PDF.

Lighting plot for Sesame Street

Click to enlarge light plot to PDF.

Lighting plot for Sesame Street

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