Lumen Brothers Discuss If Theatre Schools Are Ready To Re-open


In this episode of Light Talk, the Lumen Brothers discuss everything from communicating with programmers to learning how to feel the music. Join lighting designers and educators Steve Woods (SMU), Stan Kaye (University of Florida), and David Jacques (California State University Long Beach), as they pontificate about: Throwing Low Balls; Rosco disses David... AGAIN!; "Walk in the Woods Green"; Design Showcase East Post Mortem; Working with stage managers who have no sense of music; Following a score and music theory for theatre people workshops; Communicating with a programmer through syntax; Speaking the language of the Art; Working with programmers who do not speak your "language"; Using pre-viz to build your designer/programmer relationship; Saving your children from High School Musicals; "Stay-Safe"; Are theatre schools ready to re-open?; The vision and the idea; and our never-ending love/hate relationship with the Nomad. 

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