Lumen Brothers Talk: By The Time We Got To Woodstock

In this episode of Light Talk, the Lumen Brothers talk about everything from Trade Shows to celebrating Woodstock's 50th Anniversary. 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: New numbers and countries; why bother attending trade shows and conventions?; don't walk into the light; are we failing in the classroom?; staying current; "The Tape Worm"; working as a Lighting Designer and a Master of Ceremonies while chaos ensues; Chip Monck; recruiting followspot operators; "don't eat the brown acid"; defining moments in rock 'n' roll touring over the past 50 years; Showco; IMAG; favorite Woodstock performances; The Who; and what swag are we giving out at LDI?

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